The explosion of health-related data has created new opportunities to understand how health care is delivered, paid for and preserved. Health services evidence helps us understand how to identify, validate, share and analyze data to improve health.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Data for Action program, managed by AcademyHealth, is supporting a collaboration between Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI), CareJourney, and a network of health systems to increase the availability of standardized, actionable information on COVID-19 impact and progression.
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.
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.
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.