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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.
Read more about Team Opat: Attacking Opioid Epidemic With Data-Driven Solutions
Some problems are so huge that they demand the audacity, tenacity, and flexibility of small teams. Bruce Greenstein, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, brought this truth to the forefront last week when the Office of the CTO held the HHS Opioid Code-a-Thon at HHS Headquarters in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Read more about HHS Innovation Day is back!
We, at the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, home of the HHS IDEA Lab, are proud to announce HHS Innovation Day, Innovation with Impact, on December 13 in the Hubert Humphrey Headquarters Building from 9 AM- 4 PM.
Read more about Fall 2017 HHS Ignite Accelerator: Selecting the Teams
At the HHS IDEA Lab, we have selected the 7th round of teams for the HHS Ignite Accelerator (Ignite), the Department's internal innovation startup program for staff who want to improve the way their program, office, or agency works.
Read more about Ignite Launches its Sixth Round with a 3 Day Design Sprint
Last week, 13 teams descended on the Hubert Humphrey Building to jumpstart projects addressing important problems or opportunities that affect how the Department ensures the health and well-being of Americans. They are starting their journey in Ignite, the Department's internal innovation startup program for staff that want to improve the way their program, office, or agency works.
Read more about Spring 2017 Ignite: Selecting the Teams
We have selected the 6th Round of teams into the HHS Ignite Accelerator, the Department's internal innovation startup program for staff who want to improve the way their program, office, or agency works. This round we accepted a total of 108.
Read more about Welcoming the Newest Teams to the Spring 2017 Ignite Accelerator
What if your ideas had the potential to transform how HHS delivers on its mission? What if you had the support and guidance to explore and test that idea? During the Fall of 2016, we posed these questions to employees at the Department of Health and Human Services and solicited proposals for the HHS Ignite Accelerator Program, our 3-month internal innovation startup program for staff within the Department that want to improve the way their program, office, or agency works.
Read more about Help Shape New Directions in Open Science
In the spirit of open science – a movement to make data and other information from scientific research available to everyone — the National Institutes of Health invites you to cast your vote and help us decide which of the projects competing for the Open Science Prize are the most innovative and most likely to have the greatest impact.
Read more about Help Us Stop Fraud, Waste, and Abuse in Gov Health Care Spending
One of the core missions at OIG is to protect the integrity of Medicare and Medicaid as well as the health and welfare of program beneficiaries. Statistical sampling plays a critical role in these efforts. In fact, effective oversight would be nearly impossible without statistics, which OIG and many other private and public oversight groups leverage heavily.

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