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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.
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 Rapid Opioid Alert & Response (ROAR) to Address Opioid Epidemic
'HHS Ignite Team continues their work after the program and scales up ROAR to save lives'
Read more about International Prize Winners Demonstrate Future of Open Science
The finalists of the first international Open Science Prize competition were announced today. The Open Science Prize is a collaborative effort between the National Institutes of Health, UK-based Wellcome Trust, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute designed to encourage and recognize the development of new tools, products, and services that use open digital content to help solve pressing public health and biomedical research challenges.
Read more about Calling on Data Enthusiasts to Help Advance Cancer Research
Health data enthusiasts of all stripes have arrived in Washington, DC, for an annual event known as Health Datapalooza exit disclaimer icon. Incredibly smart participants from government, academia, companies, startups, and patient groups meet to share ideas and brainstorm about how to share and unleash health information to improve health outcomes for all.
Read more about Something Big is Happening at Health Datapalooza
Health Datapalooza is more than a conference, it's a homecoming of sorts for the people and organizations who led the charge to open up health data for innovation in the open market and public good; almost immediately it became a must-attend learning event and networking opportunity for those navigating the real world implications of using data to improve health and health care.
Read more about Health Datapalooza: How Far We've Come & Why You Can't Miss It
The goal of the Health Datapalooza is to promote the growth of a vibrant health data ecosystem that promotes innovative solutions to the critical challenges that exist in health and health care.
Read more about Innovation for a Safe and Healthier World
The advances in our ability to store, retrieve and send large amounts of information during the last decade has resulted in opportunities to manage and use big data to improve public health. These advances are helping us to more quickly identify and control local and global threats.

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