On March 27-28, 2019, attendees gathered in the nation's capital for the 10th Anniversary Health Datapalooza for meaningful collaboration and face-to-face conversations about the big ideas, big opportunities, and policy hurdles for improving health and health care.
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Health Datapalooza in the News
Datapalooza innovators and change makers grab headlines. Take a look at just some of the news articles that published during the 2019 event.
- AIs, Acronyms, and More. - POLITIC Read More
- Senator: Give Patients Their Health Info, Please. - Medpage Today Read More
- A Quick Twitter Roundup from #hdpalooza.- Healthcare IT Today (HITT) Read More
- Health Data Liberator Award Honors Work to Help Consumers Make Smarter Choices. - AcademyHealth Blog Read More
- Healthiest Communities’ Data Challenge Finalists Recognized at 10th Anniversary Health Datapalooza. - AcademyHealth Blog Read More
View Twitter moments from the 2019 event.
1919 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
2019 Registration Rates
|AH Student Member||$545|
|Group Rate (5+)||$945||$1,045||$1,095|
About Health Datapalooza
Since its inception, the Health Datapalooza has become the gathering place for people and organizations creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice.
Sitting at the nexus of ideas, evidence, and execution, Health Datapalooza is where Federal policymakers and regulatory leads take their seats beside the health system’s chief officers (information, medical, innovation), Silicon Valley startups, data gladiators, and patients. More than a meeting, Health Datapalooza is a diverse community of big thinkers and roll-up-our-sleeves-and-get-it-done problem solvers who share a mission to liberate and use data to improve health and health care.
As the challenges facing health and health care continue to evolve, we’re digging into the real world experience of turning information into innovation. What works, what doesn’t, why, and what’s coming next?
2019 Program Supporters
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