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Todd Park @ Brooklyn Beta: Make Something You Love 102011

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

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