There Is Still Time to Register for Health Datapalooza

The buzz is building for this year's Health Datapalooza, April 27-28, in Washington, D.C. We are thrilled to announce that the newly appointed Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Tom Price, will address the 1,000+ attendees gathering at the Datapalooza.

Secure your spot today and join a diverse and vibrant community of attendees harnessing the power of data and pioneering innovations to improve health and health care. At Health Datapalooza, you will:

  • Gain new knowledge on the use of health data to improve health outcomes.
  • Learn about the newest, most innovative and effective uses of health data.
  • Network with peers offering diverse voices and perspectives in the field.

Online Registration Ends April 26. Register Today and Save $100.

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From Health Care to Health: Value-Based Systems Transformation
  • At the intersection of AI and Human Intelligence: The Future of Health Care Delivery
  • Care Delivery Transformation
  • Analytics & Patient Decision Support
  • Medicaid Innovations and Delivery System Reform
  • Driving Quality Improvement through Accessible Data
Consumer-Facing Technologies and Digital Health
  • Consumer Directed Medications Data Exchange with Multiple Providers
  • Innovations in Consumer Engagement
  • Leveraging Digital Health Tools to Benefit Underserved Communities
  • Digital Health: Less Regulation?
  • Consumer Technology Ecosystems
The Promise and Challenge of Personalization and Precision
  • Genomic Data Movement throughout the Health System
  • Predictive Analytics in Health Care
  • NCI's Genomic Data Commons and ASCO's CancerLinQ
  • The Big Data-Scientist Training Enhancement Program (BD-STEP): a VA-NCI Partnership
Seeing Health from the Outside In: Multi-Sector Data Sharing
  • Innovations in Data Sharing
  • Broadening Access to Research Data in the Rehabilitation and Disability Fields
  • Health Systems Reaching Out to Patients and Providers
  • Improving Electronic Information Exchange Between Public Health and Health Care
What Works Internationally
  • Using Data to Drive Hospital Performance
  • National Implementations of Patient-Facing mHealth Applications
  • International Collaborations and Population Health
  • International Technology Ecosystems
Privacy, Security, and Consent
  • Getting Privacy and Security Right from the Start(up)
  • Using Novel Data and Data Sources to Innovate in Public Health Surveillance
  • Digital Health, Innovation, and Security
  • Patient Privacy: Blockchain, Encryption, and Synthetic Data

Register Online by April 26 and Save $100