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.
Co-located Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference co-chair Melinda Buntin emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions in the second of a series of blog posts prior to the February meeting.
Co-located Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference co-chair Niall Brennan highlights the importance of diverse perspectives to solve our most pressing health care challenges in the first of a series of blog posts prior to the February meeting.
AcademyHealth President & CEO Dr. Lisa Simpson describes the thinking behind co-locating the annual Health Datapalooza and AcademyHealth’s National Health Policy Conference and announces the opening of calls for presentations and presentation reviewers.
Anne Gauthier and Karen Adams of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlight opportunities to improve care quality and reduce cost by involving consumers in designing alternative payment models.
Last week, hundreds of experts from across the health policy community converged in Washington D.C. for AcademyHealth’s National Health Policy Conference.
Responding to remarks by HHS Secretary Alex Azar and other speakers at NHPC in February, Erin Williams of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlights areas where new proposed CMS and ONC interoperability rules and other federal action could promote patient-centric digital health.
In 2019, three hot topics will continue to demand action and timely evidence will be needed, AcademyHealth President and CEO, Lisa Simpson discusses these hot topics and more.