Closing Remarks – HDI 2011

Judy Salerno and Todd Park closing remarks at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.

This year’s HDI Forum is fast approaching! Join us in the movement of using big data to improve health care in Washington D.C.

Health 2.0′s Role in a World of “Data Liberacion”

This panel includes speakers Kenneth Buetow (Associate Director, BioInformatics, National Cancer Institute & Founder, caBIG), Patrick Soon-Shiong (Executive Chairman, Abraxis Health), and Josh Sommer (Executive Director, Chordoma Foundation). Coming together to discuss how the Health 2.0 community can get involved in working with data and services, this panel approaches the issue from a variety of perspectives.

Todd Park Excerpt

Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer, US Health and Human Services

Since being dragged back to the East Coast from California, Todd has been spending 25 hours a day
promoting the cause of Liberación. But he’s not become a health care Che Guevara—it’s data that
he wants to free, and how! Just launched in March, we’re already seeing amazing things out of the
Community Health Data Initiative which had its big coming out party just last week. Here Todd’s
going to explain how the Health 2.0 community can get involved in working with data and services
from HHS (and many others) to improve health for all Americans. Before he joined HHS, Todd was co-
founder of athenahealth.

Winner of the Enabling Community Use of Data for Cancer Prevention and Control Challenge

An introduction to the challenge by the Abdul Shaikh of the National Cancer Institute, and a description of the winning submission.

Winner of the myHealthyPeople Challenge

An introduction to the myHealthPeople Challenge and a presentation by the winner, Curtis Pond, IQ Solutions

Todd Park Discusses the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge

Todd Park, CTO of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services discusses the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge program.

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Showcase

See winners from both the online Health 2.0 Developer Challenge and the most recent Health 2.0 code-a-thons.

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Showcase

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge was announced in June 2010 as a result of the Community Health Data Initiative. Since it’s announcement, it’s created 10+ challenges and dozens of teams working on them. This session will highlight a handful of the winners, with information about the future of innovation in Health 2.0.

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Closing Remarks – HDI 2011

Judy Salerno and Todd Park closing remarks at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.

This year’s HDI Forum is fast approaching! Join us in the movement of using big data to improve health care in Washington D.C.

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Health 2.0′s Role in a World of “Data Liberacion̶ ...

This panel includes speakers Kenneth Buetow (Associate Director, BioInformatics, National Cancer Institute & Founder, caBIG), Patrick Soon-Shiong (Executive Chairman, Abraxis Health), and Josh Sommer (Executive Director, Chordoma Foundation). Coming together to discuss how the Health 2.0 community can get involved in working with data and services, this panel approaches the issue from a variety of perspectives.

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Todd Park Excerpt

Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer, US Health and Human Services Since being dragged back to the East Coast from California, Todd has been spending 25 hours a day promoting the cause of Liberación. But he’s not become a health care Che Guevara—it’s data that he wants to free, and how! Just launched in March, we’re already seeing amazing things out of the Community Health Data Initiative which had its big coming out party just last week. Here Todd’s going to ex ...
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Winner of the Enabling Community Use of Data for Cancer Preventio ...

An introduction to the challenge by the Abdul Shaikh of the National Cancer Institute, and a description of the winning submission.

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Winner of the myHealthyPeople Challenge

An introduction to the myHealthPeople Challenge and a presentation by the winner, Curtis Pond, IQ Solutions

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Todd Park Discusses the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge

Todd Park, CTO of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services discusses the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge program.

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The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Showcase

See winners from both the online Health 2.0 Developer Challenge and the most recent Health 2.0 code-a-thons.

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The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Showcase

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge was announced in June 2010 as a result of the Community Health Data Initiative. Since it’s announcement, it’s created 10+ challenges and dozens of teams working on them. This session will highlight a handful of the winners, with information about the future of innovation in Health 2.0.