The Health Data Initiative (HDI), originally launched by the IOM and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as the Community Health Data Initiative, is a public-private collaboration that encourages innovators to utilize...Show More Summary
I was honored to participate in the Patient Access to Health Data Summit at White House on June 4, 2012 as a kick off event to the the Health Data Initiative Forum. The meeting was a moderated discussion among an invited group of participants...Show More Summary
Practice Fusion is launching a data challenge today on stage at the Health Data Initiative Forum (Health Datapalooza) conference hosted by the Institute of Medicine and US Department of Health and Human Services. “This challenge is an opportunity to use data in developing new and unique ways to improve public health,” said Matthew Douglass, Co-founder and [...]
The Health Data Initiative Forum (HDI) is a flagship initiative of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Open Government Plan that brings together innovators, entrepreneurs, consumers, health care professionals, data gurus, and public and private sector organizations to unleash the power of health data and innovation in ways that improve health and [...]
Curious about where mHealth and Health 2.0 innovations are headed? Check out the third annual Health Data Initiative Forum, aka Health Datapalooza, June 5–6. If the success of previous programs is any indicator, several hot new startups should emerge from this year's event.
NEW YORK – At the close of the Health Data Initiative Forum held on Thursday, Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra announced StartUp Health, a strategic initiative designed to improve access to capital, education and resources for health and wellness entrepreneurs. StartUp Health CEO Steve Krein said the initiative will be led by former Time Warner [...]
A major bash by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Institute of Medicine--together with the NIH, EPA, and others--drew hundreds of people yesterday in Washington, DC to discuss the use of government data in health care. Some of the interesting apps on display, and a look toward next steps.
John Irvine and Matthew Holt have posted this week’s issue of Health Wonk Review at The Health Care Blog – lots of good reading. John and Matthew talk about the IOM Health Data Initiative Forum (called the “Data Palooza”) where I’m writing from today (I’m helping judge a contest on apps). Also covered is other [...]
Below are the slides (in Flash format) from the morning session of the Health Data Initiative Forum held on June 9, 2011. These are the morning presenters: Healthagen (iTriage)Co-founded by two emergency physicians, Healthagen is the...Show More Summary
By Todd Park This week the Health 2.0 team will be at Health Innovation Week DC, and the biggest event there will be the Health Data Initiative Forum. One day, 50 demos, mixing more government and private data than you can imagine. We’ve been helping at the periphery of the Health data Initiative and we’ll be [...]
If you’re near or in Chicago next Weds (April 27) and you care about health data, applications or innovation, we highly recommend that you get to a Community Forum on the Health Data Initiative. The formal invite & details follow–Matthew Holt James M. Galloway, MD, Acting HHS Regional Director and Regional Health Administrator, Region V invites you to a [...]
Health 2.0 is supporting and I’m attending The Health Data Initiative Forum on June 9, 2011 at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, and you should too. The Forum aims to accelerate momentum for the public use of data and innovation to improve health as part of The Health [...]
Institute of Medicine President Harvey Fineberg and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius launched the Community Health Data Initiative on June 2 at an IOM Forum in Washington, D.C. The initiative represents the hard work of many people, especially...Show More Summary
The Community Health Data Initiative was launched at a forum in Washington D.C. today, with presentations by Institute of Medicine (IOM) President Harvey Fineberg and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Data sources related to the initiative...Show More Summary
By Indu Subaiya & Matthew Holt Today, it was a great thrill for us to have Aneesh Chopra (CTO of the Federal Government) this morning in DC at the Community Health Data Initiative Data Forum announce the The 2010 Health...
By Matthew Holt The Health 2.0 crew is heading to DC immediately after today's webinar. It’s still not too late to sign up for the 10am webinar. Then tomorrow, it’s the Community Health Data Initiative Forum Aman Bhandari who works....