COMPANY

Outcome Project is a data science company that provides straightforward solutions that transform complex data into an easily accessible, up-to-date metrics analyzed by experts. Our solutions range from data management and analytics to web-based platform development for real-time data reporting aimed to enhance informed-decisions capabilities.

VISION

Being a globally recognized brand that contributes to making the world population and the environment healthier every day through our products and services.

MISSION

Empower people to create high quality information to tackle World’s most challenging problems.

BELIEVES

Up-to-date and accurate public health, population health and environmental data can be a powerful tool for transforming our ability to improve our society.

Outcome Project firmly believes that sound data and robust data analytical methods can empower institutions to make the best evidence-based decisions possible for the population’s well-being.

Outcome Project can help you by using technological and scientific approaches to build clear and impactful products that provide key data points to generate information. This information will help you meet internal objectives and make important decisions for those you serve.

LEAD TEAM

Founder

José A. Bartolomei­ Díaz, PhD is an expert in epidemiologic surveillance, computational biostatistics, and data visualization. Dr. Bartolomei is an Epidemiologist and Bio-statistician with longstanding experience in the design and development of data systems to support performance monitoring and evaluation of service programs. He has contributed to public health and science by developing the Puerto Rico Asthma Surveillance System, the Strategic Guide for the Food, Nutrition and Physical Activity Surveillance System of Puerto Rico and the surveillance system for the Puerto Rico Medical Licensing Board at the Puerto Rico Department of Health. In addition, has designed and conducted several epidemiological studies in the area of cancer, diabetes and asthma drug utilization for institutions such as the University of Puerto Rico. During his career, he has retrieved, managed and analyzed data from complex sampling surveys such as the BRFSS, mortality data from the Puerto Rico Vital Statistics Records, and claims data from private and governmental health insurance institutions.

Epidemiological Surveillance Reports

Co-Founder

Nilsa Camareno García, MSW has experience in behavioral sciences field and expertise in program development, evaluation, capacity building, technical assistance, outreach and research in a community setting. Mrs. Camareno has certifications in Advanced Supervision, Reflective Supervision and Coaching per Values. She has Entrepreneurship Studies, a Professional Medical Representative Certification, and is a member of “Junta de Prácticas Basadas en Evidencia de Puerto Rico”.