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Read more about Why Data Sharing Matters to Your Organization
Data has become one of the single most valuable currencies underpinning the revenue models of innumerable companies and promising efficiencies with the potential to yield improved results across every sector.
Read more about HHS IDEA Lab Helps Bring Ideas to Life
Change in government comes slowly and can be difficult. When employees suggest new ways of doing things, people often think, "Yeah, great idea. Now convince someone to approve it." But change does not have to be slow or difficult. That is the point of the HHS Ignite Accelerator.
Read more about Data Roundtable Brings Together State And Local Leaders At HHS
Today, in coordination with the Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE), the HHS Office of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) convened a roundtable discussion on data sharing policies and data-driven solutions related to the opioid crisis.
Read more about HHS Holds Its First Convening Of Open Innovation Leaders
Today, the HHS Office of the Chief Technology Officer convened the first meeting of HHS staff working on programs, projects or initiatives related to open innovation at the first Open Innovation Day at HHS Headquarters in Washington, DC.
Read more about Data-Driven Solutions - Take Back America Application
Ninety-one people die each day from an opioid overdose in the United States. More than half of those who abuse prescription medication obtained their last dosage from a friend or family member.
Read more about Leveraging the Power of the Crowd in Research and Data Analysis
This year at Health Datapalooza 2018, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has put together a panel highlighting the impact of biomedical crowdsourcing on the scientific community.
Read more about Tech and Community Join Forces to Increase Naloxone Distribution
There's no denying we're in the midst of a national crisis that's affecting every American community regardless of color, income, education, employment status or age. Every day approximately 175 people die of an opioid-related overdose.
Read more about Connecting Data For Better Insights At The Health Datapalooza
In 2010, a small group of individuals from HHS and the public sector, tech industry, and healthcare systems gathered with a single question in mind: What data is required to understand and improve health outcomes?
Read more about Data Analyst Exchange Program To Share Data Management, Analysis
"We started The Data Analyst Exchange Program to promote collaboration, address shared challenges, and share best practices between expert analysts in the United States (US) and the United Kingdom (UK)," said HHS Chief Technology Officer, Bruce Greenstein. "Learning from other countries will help us liberate siloed data systems, collaborate across agencies, and better understand how to use the data gathered to improve the health of the US and the UK."
Read more about New Yale Student-Led Innovation Hub Wins Opioid Treatment Track
Matthew Erlendson and his teammates could scarcely believe what they were hearing. On stage, the Chief Data Officer of the Department of Health and Human Services had just announced that Origami Innovations, was one of three winners at a code-a-thon.

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