Front row, Rohini Chopra, first USCTO Aneesh Chopra, USCTO Megan Smith, Coach Kathy Kemper, IFE Founder & CEO, Dep. USCTO and round 1 PIF, Ryan Panchadsaram, round 2 PIF, Jackie Kazil, IFE Innovation Steward, Dr. Amy Geng, PIF co-founder,...Show More Summary
Most people do not associate innovation and the notion of a lean startup with government, but former Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the United States, Aneesh Chopra shares his insights about data and how government data can be a force of positive change to enable the private sector for the benefit of everyone. Show More Summary
The former White House CTO talks about new digital health approaches to personalizing health care for consumers, and about new federal initiatives that will pay health providers to begin sharing health care data with each other.
Town Hall’s hosting two can’t-miss events at the exact same time tonight. The reading with journalist Glenn Greenwald has unsurprisingly sold out, but the other reading, with Aneesh Chopra, is likely to be just as exciting and informative... KEEP READING > >
Everybody else has the news about CMS offering leniency with Stage 2 Meaningful Use, letting providers use EHRs with 2011 certification to meet Stage 2 standards because so few vendors have been certified to the 2014 standards previously required for Stage 2. Show More Summary
The country's first chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra is now an advisor to Box, a company that wants to help physicians store and share medical information online.
Cloud file-storage site Box announced Monday that it's tapped the country's first chief technology officer, Aneesh Chopra, to serve as an adviser for its growing work in the health-care space. The firm has also hired Glen Tullman, former chief executive officer of electronic health record company Allscripts, to help that effort. Chopra, who resigned as […]
I feel sorry for President Obama. I really do. He's been deceived by IT hyperenthusiasts who, in addition to their hyperenthusiasm, probably heaped him a big helping of plain old lies.I warned of this in my Feb. 18, 2009 Letter to the...Show More Summary
Guest Post An op-ed from former White House chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra on the creation of new private sector services to improve our nation’s health.
Aneesh Chopra, former chief technology officer for the White House, said it's not out of the realm of possibility, as Verizon has long been involved with the project.
It's no secret that the launch of HealthCare.gov was plagued with problems. But President Obama's first Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra defended the launch on Wednesday night, saying "glitches happen." Chopra left the White House in 2012 to launch an unsuccessful campaign to become the … Continue reading ?
A few years ago, when I was doing the research that led to my work in open government, I had a conversation with Aneesh Chopra, later the first Federal CTO but at the time, the Secretary of Technology for the …
Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s first chief technology officer, announced Monday that Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) and former Democratic congressman Rick Boucher have endorsed his bid for lieutenant governor. Chopra, a Democrat who was secretary of technology under former governor Timothy M. Show More Summary
Just over a year ago, Aneesh Chopra, the Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. at the time, challenged the utility industry to develop a green button for consumers to access their own electricity data, much as the healthcare industry...Show More Summary
Matt Overstreet was the Master of Ceremonies for the Richmond Startup Weekend earlier this month. And the guest speaker was Aneesh Chopra, first CTO of the United States. Matt Overstreet introducing Aneesh Chopra Our friends at GroundWorkDesign, who build virtual experiences, recorded this.
Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s first chief technology officer, will announce Thursday that he is running for lieutenant governor next year. Chopra, a Democrat who was secretary of technology under former governor Timothy M. Kaine, left the White House in January as he began to move seriously toward his first run for elective office. Read full article >>
The White House hasn't wasted any time replacing the vacancy left by Aneesh Chopra, who recently stepped down as our nation's first appointed Chief Technology Officer. Following in his well-accomplished footsteps is Todd Park, a federal...Show More Summary
To improve medicine we need a big heaping dose of data. That's the takeaway from a conversation with Aneesh Chopra the former U.S. CIO at SXSW in Austin on Friday. He discussed where startups interested in this space should forcus as well as privacy.
I couldn't be more delighted by the announcement today that Todd Park has been named the new Chief Technology Officer for the United States, replacing Aneesh Chopra. I first met Todd in 2008 at the urging of Mitch Kapor, who thought that Todd was the best exemplar in the healthcare world of my ideas about the power of data to...