Paul Wallace, veteran Datapalooza attendee and AcademyHealth senior scholar in residence, shares his four impressions from last week’s meeting.
Sixth Annual Health Data Liberator Award Honors Work to Increase Use and Impact of Humanitarian Data
Winners of the award were recognized at Health Datapalooza for their work on the Humanitarian Data Exchange, an open platform for sharing humanitarian data.
Blockchain: Now that you have some understanding about what blockchain is and how it works, what does it mean for health care?
Blockchain has the potential to fundamentally change the way we transact, automating agreements while reducing the need for trust and intermediaries in multi-party transactions- How can you take advantage of blockchain for health-related applications today and in the future?
Finalist projects for the inaugural Milbank Memorial Fund and AcademyHealth State and Local Innovation Award leverage data to improve health and outcomes in their communities.
Journalist, author, patient advocate and storyteller extraordinaire, Casey Quinlan provides tips for getting the most out of attending Health Datapalooza.
Today, it seems we are data rich and information poor. This blog post is a wakeup call for us to actively seek the insights from big data technologies.
Health System Integration Leader for Honor Health and Health Datapalooza co-chair Kelsey Mellard highlights six ways health systems can move toward value-based practices.
Founder of Innovation Horizons, LLC and 2018 Health Datapalooza Steering Committee member Greg Downing explores the nature of data science and the trends around methods that are rendering actionable insights from data across all aspects of health care.
The meeting brought together more than 1,200 attendees representing diverse perspectives on creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice.