Health Datapalooza 2013: Data Rich, Data Poor - John Bracken

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Health Datapalooza IV: June 3rd-4th, 2013
Data Rich, Data Poor: Leveling the Open Data Playing Field for Local and State Governments
Moderator:
Andrew Krackov, Senior Program Officer, Market & Policy Monitor, California Health Care Foundation
Speakers:
Nirav Shah, Commissioner of Health, New York State Department of Health
Ted Smith, Director, Department of Economic Growth and Innovation, Louisville Metro Government
Mark Headd, Chief Data Officer, City of Philadelphia
Abhi Nemani, Chief of Staff, Code for America
John Bracken, Director of Media Innovation, Knight Foundation

Some state and local jurisdictions are further along than others in effectively using health data – both in providing public access to data and in ensuring use of these data by policymakers, health care consumers, advocacy organizations, start-ups, and others. This session will feature local and state leaders in open data for a candid discussion of successes and lessons learned with open data. Panelists will share ideas for how other local communities can free their public domain health data and supply recommendations for what’s needed to help ensure that government entities across America can publish, promulgate, and encourage broad use of local health data.

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Health Datapalooza 2013: Data Rich, Data Poor - John Bracken

  1. 1. A Kevin Costner Theory of OpenGovJohn S. Bracken@jsb@knightfdn
  2. 2. Why Open Gov is Like Kevin Costner
  3. 3. 3 needs to go from dreaming tobuilding
  4. 4. 1. Knowledge
  5. 5. 2. Products
  6. 6. 3. Talent
  7. 7. John S. Bracken@jsb@knightfdn

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