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Read more about Deep Dive on “TOP Health”: Data + Technology+ Innovation for Lyme
After a 14-week “TOP Health” technology sprint, four of 11 teams delivered digital tools that utilized federal open data or artificial intelligence (AI) to address Lyme and tick-borne diseases. These teams’ results were showcased over two days of events at the White House Eisenhower Executive Office Building and at the Census Bureau as part of “The Opportunity Project” (TOP) Demo Day 2019.
Read more about Meet the new HHS Ignite Accelerator Program Director
Margeaux Akazawa joined the Office of the CTO team to lead the Ignite Accelerator Program, an internal innovation accelerator for HHS staff that have an idea to improve how their agency or office works. The 8th round of the Ignite Program begins on March 12th. Margeaux joins us from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT where she worked on consumer engagement and patient access to health information.
Read more about Deep Dive: How a Health Tech Sprint Pioneered an AI Ecosystem
Seven teams created digital tools that help in finding experimental therapies for patients, and for clinical trials to recruit new patients.
Read more about Phase 1 of the Redesign Dialysis Challenge Receives 165 Submissio
This past October, in partnership with the American Society of Nephrology, my office launched the first KidneyX prize, ‘Redesign Dialysis’. Now, less than 5 months later, the first phase of the prize has come to a close.
Read more about Access to immunization records empowers families in Washington
The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO), in partnership with the private sector, supports and promotes MyIR (My Immunization Record) which allows people to instantly access, download, and print their immunization records from home, thereby empowering rapid, informed decision making for families.
Read more about Today, You Can Find Where to Dispose Drugs More Easily
Just a little over one year ago, HHS held the HHS Opioid Code-a-Thon, a challenge competition to develop data-driven solutions to address the opioid overdose epidemic. Today, born from a winning solution at the Code-a-Thon, a new feature on Google Maps will make it easier to find drug disposal sites for unused prescription drugs.
Tagged: Drugs | Opioids
Read more about Bridging the Divide: Office of CTO Works to Connect Immunization
Immunization Gateway provides doctors with more complete health record data, saving patients time and improving quality of care.
Read more about “TOP Health” Tech Sprint Unleashes the Power of Open Data and AI
The 14-week “TOP Health” tech sprint concluded with 10 teams delivering digital tools — built with Federal data and emerging technologies like AI — to improve clinical trials, experimental therapies, and data-driven solutions for complex challenges from cancer to Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
Read more about Lyme Innovation Roundtable
The first-ever Lyme Innovation Roundtable at HHS brought together over 80 leaders to harness the power of collaboration, data-driven innovation, and emerging technologies for Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
Read more about HHS CTO Announces “Lyme Innovation” Initiative
The Lyme Innovation initiative aims to accelerate innovation in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne diseases through the development of next-gen technologies, interdisciplinary collaborations, and data-driven innovations for tick-borne diseases.

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