This morning marks the start of 2018 Health Datapalooza, “the gathering place for people and organizations creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice”.
Ad Hoc co-founder and CTO Paul Smith, as well as team members Cat Greim and Ryan Nagle, are attending this year’s conference. Cat and Ryan work on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s Blue Button 2.0 project under our partners, Fearless.
The schedule has dozens of talks “at the nexus of ideas, evidence, and execution” and we expect to hear from top federal policy makers on a wide range of topics. We’re especially looking forward to the demo of Blue Button 2.0 tomorrow, April 27, at Booth 409/411 in the Exhibit Hall.
We’ll be posting items of note here on our blog and also on the Ad Hoc Twitter account. More to come!