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Super Early Bird Registration for Health Datapalooza 2013 Now Open!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Registration for the Health Data Initiative Forum IV: Health Datapalooza is now open!  Now, through December 21, 2012, take advantage of the super early bird registration. Next year’s event will be held June 3rd and 4th 2013.

Health Datapalooza IVExit Disclaimer is the fourth annual national conference born from government efforts to liberate health data and addresses the effective use of health data by companies, startups, academics, government agencies and individuals.

The two-day event includes:

  • Keynote presentations, newsmaker panels, breakout groups, training sessions, meet-ups, code-a-thons, and other interactive sessions focused on health data applications.
  • Rapid-fire announcements of business deals, data competitions, new academic programs and projects, cross-sector collaborations, and other opportunities for engagement.
  • An “Apps Expo” which allows attendees to explore innovative new tools and services, and interact directly with the developers and data experts who create the applications.

The hallmark of the event is a national competition that searches for the best and most innovative uses of health data in apps and products and that culminates in live demonstrations of the winning applications to Forum attendees.

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Submitted by Erin O'reilly, RN,MSNR,IBCLC, La Leche League on
Regarding health data, I understand that our breastfeeding statistics are from surveys--retroactive, from memory. Since breastfeeding is such an important health indicator it should be ACCURATELY assessed at every pediatric visit up to 2 years and recorded on all pediatric charts. This data should also be compiled by the CDC, then we can really see how important it is to get babies back to the breast in America. Why is such a potent health indicator only assessed by surveys?