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Todd Park @ Brooklyn Beta: Make Something You Love 102011

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  • 1. Unleashing the Power of Open Data and Innovation to Improve HealthTodd ParkChief Technology OfficerU.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • 2. The Health Data Initiative: turning HHS and sister organizations into the “NOAA of health data”
    • Weather newscasts
    • 3. Weather websites
    • 4. Weather mobile apps
    • 5. Weather insurance
    • 6. And more
    Weather data
    FUELS
    Made available to the public
  • 7. HDI goal: a self-propelled, open “ecosystem of innovation” using data to improve health (and create jobs of the future)
    A Rapidly Growing Array of Innovative Products and Services That:
    • Help consumers take control of their health and health care
    • 8. Help employers promote health and wellness
    • 9. Help care providers deliver better care
    • 10. Help journalists shed light
    • 11. Help local leaders make better-informed decisions
    • 12. Support all of the above through “data intermediary” services
    • 13. And much more
    Health-Related Data from
    FUELS
  • 14. Health Data Initiative core activities: liberate data and catalyze innovation
    Publish brand new data for public access – while rigorously protecting privacy and confidentiality
    Make existing data much more accessible -- “machine-readable,” downloadable, accessible via application programming interfaces (APIs), free, much easier to find
    Energetically publicize our data to innovators -- who can use it as raw material to develop applications and services that help improve health and health care
  • 15. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    Community Health Data Example:
    • Health Indicators Warehouse, at healthindicators.gov
    • 16. 1,170 metrics of community health and health care performance
    • 17. Launched 2/2011
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 18. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    Provider Directories & Quality Data Examples:
    • Nationwide directories of care providers
    • 19. Provider quality COMPARE APIs at data.medicare.gov, launched 9/2010
    • 20. Medicare claim files for provider quality measurement, coming 1/2012
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 21. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    “Blue Button” Data
    • VA, HHS, DoD joint venture
    • 22. Allows veterans, Medicare beneficiaries, and active duty military to download their own claims or personal health information
    • 23. Launched 10/2010
    • 24. Learn more at bluebuttondata.org
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 25. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    Consumer Product Information Examples:
    • FDA recall (drugs, devices, food) data in downloadable XML format --published 10/2010
    • 26. Health insurance products available in the individual and small business markets across the U.S. – made available via downloadable files 8/2011
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 27. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    Medical/Scientific Knowledge Examples:
    • National Library of Medicine API Portal, deployed 9/2010, including ClinicalTrials.gov and Pillbox APIs
    • 28. Medline Plus Connect, launched 11/2010
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 29. What kinds of data are we liberating?
    Community Health
    Provider Directories & Quality
    Govt Spending
    Govt Spending Data Example:
    • Medicare claims “basic standalone files” – first-ever claim-level files (“slimmed” for privacy protection), available for free public download for all major types of care as of 5/2011
    HHS
    Data Being Liberated
    “Blue Button”
    Medical/
    Scientific Knowledge
    Consumer Product Information
  • 30. HealthData.gov, the one-stop place to get free, publicly available data from federal agencies, launched 2/2011
  • 31. Publicizing our data to innovators across America
    • Challenges and “code-a-thons” (Health2Challenge.org, Challenge.gov)
    • 32. Many innovator “meetups” and conferences
    • 33. Annual “health datapaloozas”
  • The June 9, 2011 Health Data Initiative Forum
    • 2nd annual “health datapalooza” -- sponsored by the Institute of Medicine and HHS
    • 34. Showcased 50 of the best innovations developed by companies that help consumers, care providers, employers, and communities improve health and health care
    • 35. Featured major announcements by nearly 20 additional companies and other organizations
  • Examples: helping consumers take control of their health and health care
  • Examples: helping doctors and hospitals deliver better care
  • Examples: helping communities improve health
    • Ozioma
    • 46. ESRI
    • 47. Network of Care for Healthy Communities
    • 48. Palantir/CDC
  • Selected announcements at the Forum
    • Walgreens 2.0 + challenge
    • 49. Aetna Foundation challenge
    • 50. Sanofi Aventis diabetes challenge
    • 51. NCIIA Nursing Home of the Future “invent-a-thon”
    • 52. University of Michigan: nation’s first consumer health informatics masters degree program
    • 53. Startup Health: new health startup “seed accelerator/entrepreneurship academy”
    • 54. New “Health Data Consortium”
  • Founding members of the Health Data Consortium
    • Academy Health
    • 55. California HealthCare Foundation
    • 56. Consumers Union
    • 57. ESRI
    • 58. Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index
    • 59. Grantmakers in Health
    • 60. Health 2.0
    • 61. InnoCentive
    • 62. Institute of Medicine
    • 63. Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
    • 64. Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation
    • 65. National Association of Counties
    • 66. O’Reilly Media
    • 67. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    • 68. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • HDI goal: a self-propelled, open “ecosystem of innovation” using data to improve health (and create jobs of the future)
    A Rapidly Growing Array of Innovative Products and Services That:
    • Help consumers take control of their health and health care
    • 69. Help employers promote health and wellness
    • 70. Help care providers deliver better care
    • 71. Help journalists shed light
    • 72. Help local leaders make better-informed decisions
    • 73. Support all of the above through “data intermediary” services
    • 74. And much more
    Health-Related Data from
    FUELS