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Read more about The Lyme Innovation “TOP Health” Teams in 2020
We’re kicking off 2020 by showcasing the ongoing successes of four Lyme Innovation “TOP Health” teams. One team received national recognition in the "Future of Healthcare Using AI" and won the TOP Prize Challenge, run by the U.S. Census Bureau in coordination with the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Read more about The Power of Lyme Innovation: One Year of Progress
In November 2018, the HHS Office of the CTO launched its Lyme Innovation initiative to accelerate and co-create the next generation of Lyme disease solutions through public-private partnerships in collaboration with patients, practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and all stakeholders. So, where are we today?
Read more about HHS Innovation Day: Three Takeaways for Public Sector Innovators
HHS Innovation Day celebrates public servants as innovators and agents for creative change.
Read more about Immunization Records for Healthy People
Immunization registries have historically not been available to consumers. My office recognizes these challenges and is leading innovation for consumer immunization access across the country. To frame our work, we use Healthy People 2030 goals, which aim to improve immunization rates. Our Consumer Access project, led by Jim Daniel, directly relates to these goals.
Read more about Above and Beyond: Summer with the HHS Civic Digital Fellows
Time flies when you’re having fun, and this summer flew by with the 2019 Civic Digital Fellows!
Read more about Welcome Civic Digital Fellows
A cohort of innovative, talented minds joined our office this summer. Five Civic Digital Fellows are working with the HHS Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) and Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) on projects using data, emerging technologies, UX, and innovation. Ed Simcox, Chief Technology Officer, is excited to have the fellows on board. He says “Our office is considered the front door to HHS for innovation, so having the Fellows join us is the perfect learning opportunity, as well as a great opportunity for HHS to learn from people outside government.”
Read more about IHS Modernization: Focus on the patients
Healthcare in America is a pairing of extremes. When ranked, the United States has some of the very best and the very worst healthcare metrics.
Read more about Lyme Innovation Roundtable Highlights and Next Steps
The Lyme Innovation Roundtable Summary Report, published by the Center for Open Data Enterprise, is available with an overview of highlights, recommendations, and actionable next steps that participants discussed at HHS on December 4, 2018, to harness the power of collaboration, data-driven innovation, and emerging technologies for Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
Read more about Indian Health Service IT Modernization
Team members explore how human-centered design principles impact the Indian Health Service health IT modernization effort.
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.

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