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Read more about Announcing the September Health+ SCD Healthathon
HHS and Howard are hosting the September Health+ Sickle Cell Disease Healthathon to foster innovative and data driven solutions for sickle cell disease care.
Read more about The Importance of Liberating Immunization Data
As James Daniel prepares to leave HHS, he reflects on the power of the Immunization Gateway, a system that enables the exchange and access of immunization data across the U.S.
Read more about Coming Together to Improve Quality of Life for Patients with SCD
Office of the CTO is partnering with OASH to host a webinar on June 24th to identify data resources to help improve the quality of life for SCD patients.
Read more about CoLab Upskills Talent to Extract More Value Out of HHS’ Data
HHS advances its commitment to workforce upskilling via the Data Science CoLab as demand for data science training and powerful analytics grows rapidly.
Read more about KidneyX in 2020: Renewed Commitment, Same Mission
As we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, innovation is more critical than ever especially for those with pre-existing and chronic conditions like kidney disease.
Tagged: KidneyX
Read more about Reflections on Three Years with the Office of the CTO
Ed Simcox announces his departure from HHS and reflects on his time as the HHS Chief Technology Officer and Acting Chief Information Officer.
Read more about Learn About the ReImagine Data Insights Initiative at the 2020
Join the HHS Office of the CTO at the 2020 Annual Health Datapalooza conference. We will be showcasing our ReImagine Data Insights Initiative.
Read more about Notes from StartUp Heath Festival
At StartUp Health Festival 2020, Ed Simcox, HHS Chief Technology Officer, spoke with startups and explained how the government is working with industry to accelerate innovation for kidney care.
Read more about Listening to Real People is a Critical Step
Listening to real people is a critical step in the design process. Purposefully embedding research processes rooted in empathy and equity into tech design helps ensure products help people; we strive to uncover insights from research that is inclusive and people-focused
Tagged: Health IT
Read more about HHS Ignite: Science and Happiness Converge
Scientists in public health are typically portrayed in laboratory settings or laboriously crunching data on computers. But public health also finds answers in people as sources of data collection. Last year, the HHS Ignite Accelerator Program (Ignite) Summer 2019 Cohort provided six Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) scientists the opportunity to pursue happiness through laboratory science and integrated human centered design (HCD).


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