A report from the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) found that a lack of trust was a key barrier to data sharing. Expert panelists from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, the National Partnership for Women and Families, PCORI, and the NAM delved into this topic at the recent Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference.
At last month’s National Health Policy Conference and Health Datapalooza, keynote speaker Francesca Dominici highlighted the importance of data as a foundation for informed decision-making for both health and climate policy.
The severity and the complexity of the opioid crisis require research that is both patient-centered and supported by robust data infrastructure. Several U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) projects are working across agencies to build the nation’s capacity for exactly this kind of research.
Ahead of Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference, AcademyHealth CEO Dr. Lisa Simpson and meeting co-chair Dr. Sachin Jain consider three dimensions of trust that are essential to addressing the health and health care challenges ahead.
Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference co-chair Shannon Sartin highlights the benefits of bringing data geeks and policy wonks together at next month’s virtual meeting.
Award winner Deven McGraw guided the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ efforts to engage technology developers and patients with transparent and effective regulatory frameworks for the use of health data.
Recognizing and Uplifting the Legitimacy of Patient Experts for Better Health Data Tools and Policies
In this final post in a series, ePatient and Security Researcher Andrea Downing highlights where we need to build professional skills and lower barriers for patient experts to be part of a team in health care.
Health Datapalooza speakers Alisahah Cole and Patrice Walker emphasize the need for policymakers, payers, and internet service providers to work together to ensure that rural communities have the opportunity to achieve health equity through high-speed internet access.
In this fourth post in a series leading up to Health Datapalooza and the National Health Policy Conference, Rasu Shrestha highlights ways clinicians and researchers can move their findings faster into policy, health systems and tech development.
Ashish Atreja reflects on advances in digital health and identifies trends to watch for the future in this third of a series of blog post prior to Health Datapalooza and the National Health Policy Conference.