Making a difference in how people find health information, today and into the future.
Entrepreneurial developers use our data to create new and exciting ways of presenting information to the public.
We’re pleased to announce that HealthData.gov recently hit a major milestone: cataloging more than one-thousandth data set.
2013 was another landmark year for open data across the Federal government. In an effort to feature the progress made this past year, here are a few of the top health data stories from HHS.
This was a week where we made progress, and also ran into some roadblocks that slowed us down. The focus is on working through our punch list, one by one.
As part of the “Tech Surge,” we’ve added key personnel from the government and private sector, including expert engineers and technology managers.
We are committed to continuing to update you on our progress as we improve HealthCare.gov.
Key steps the Department is taking as part of a tech surge to continue to improve the consumer experience on HealthCare.gov.
This Challenge tasked developers with creating apps that implement and use Blue Button + functionality to address one of several patient problems.
HHS challenged app developers to create new tools to help cancer survivors with the Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporting Survivors Challenge. And the winner is…
HHS is now accepting applications to work on high impact projects in the Department’s 2nd annual talent search, for the HHSentrepreneurs Program.
Since the first ‘palooza’ four years ago HHS has liberated more than 400 datasets, participated in a countless number of codeathons, and has seen and helped developers build hundreds of apps, services, and products using health data.
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