Greg Downing, AcademyHealth senior scholar in residence and Founder of Innovation Horizons, LLC, highlights survey results from attendees at the 10th Annual Health Datapalooza.
Finalists created tools for comparative insights across counties, combined data for fuller pictures of community health and used data visualization to reveal disparate health outcomes.
Award winner Robert Krughoff is the founder and president of the Center for the Study of Services /Consumers’ Checkbook, an independent non-profit organization that improves transparency in health care and promotes greater consumer understanding of health care information.
In this blog post, Health Datapalooza speaker Edward S. Kim, MD, FACP, emphasizes the need for digital health records to reflect the on-the-ground realities of medicine.
As part of the 10th Anniversary Health Datapalooza, AcademyHealth is fielding a survey on hot topics in health data. The survey will remain open until 3 pm ET on Wednesday, March 27.
Greg Downing, AcademyHealth senior scholar in residence and Founder of Innovation Horizons, LLC, highlights several international sessions at this year’s Health Datapalooza.
In a recent article, Gregory Downing, AcademyHealth senior scholar, talks with Medstar’s chief futurist and entrepreneur-in-residence John Lock about the future of data, technology, and innovation in health care.
AcademyHealth and HIMSS Join Forces to Leverage Health and Health Care Data to Support Changes in Policy and Practice
New collaboration will power a year-round suite of activities and outreach focused on advances in digital health applications, data resources, and evidence to improve health and health care
Jessica Skopac and Susan Mbawuike of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, outline the importance of ethical standards for consumer-generated data use in healthcare in response to AcademyHealth's recent 2018 Health Datapalooza conference.
Responding to CMS Administrator Seema Verma’s remarks at Datapalooza in April, Kim Warren of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlights four areas where CMS action could expand patient access to data.