Aneesh Chopra

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The Best Way to Share Health Records? An App in Patients’ Hands

Eric Schneider, MD, Aneesh Chopra, and David Blumenthal, MD | The Commonwealth Fund Blog | February 23, 2016

Much has been written recently about information blocking—the inability or unwillingness of hospitals and doctors to share electronic data from our health records with one another. Lack of technical interoperability and regulations protecting security, privacy, and confidentiality are often blamed. But the reality is that technical barriers are falling. The same technology that enables your smartphone to pull sensitive financial data from your bank to pay your taxes or a taxi driver can be applied to your health care records. More importantly, the regulatory path to health records sharing is now open—the rules are already on the books.

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U.S. CTO seeks to scale Agile Thinking and Open Data across the Federal Government

Alex Howard | O'Reilly Radar | May 29, 2012

In the 21st century, federal government must go mobile, putting government services and information at the fingertips of citizens, said United States Chief Technology Officer Todd Park in a recent wide-ranging interview. "That's the first digital government result, outcome, and objective that's desired." Read More »

U.S. CTO Todd Park Out To Spur Entrepreneurship With Data “Jujitsu”

Robert Buderi | Xconomy | September 10, 2012

The chief technology officer of a company can have a wide range of responsibilities—from overseeing development of innovative new products to making sure servers stay up. But what about the chief technology officer of the United States of America? Read More »

Vanishing Practices & The Impact On Health IT

Ken Congdon | Healthcare Technology Online | June 5, 2012

[Unlike] the managed care movement of the ’90s, the current trend of hospital/physician acquisition is much more profound and is being influenced by multiple drivers instead of just one. We need take notice of this trend this time around because it has the potential to not only impact health IT, but forever change the landscape of healthcare delivery in the United States.

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Verizon Will Be Part Of The Healthcare.gov 'Tech Surge'

Arit John | The Atlantic Wire | October 22, 2013

Verizon will be part of the Healthcare.gov "tech surge" that President Obama explained on Monday. The company's Enterprise Solutions division has been brought in to improve the site's performance, an anonymous source told USA Today. Read More »

Washington Makes An Appeal To New York Tech Entrepreneurs

April Joyner | Inc. | October 10, 2012

Todd Park, the chief technology officer of the U.S., sought to prove at the New York Tech Meetup that, yes, the White House is becoming more tech savvy. Read More »

Why A ‘Tech Surge’ Isn’t Going To Save HealthCare.gov

Christina Farr | VentureBeat | October 22, 2013

Over the weekend, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services promised it would recruit the ”best and brightest” to fix HealthCare.gov, the federal government’s online insurance marketplace that’s part of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), which has been plagued by technical defects... Read More »

Why Open Data Matters in Education

Similar to the way open source changed the way technology is built and used, open data has begun to change the way the world looks at data. Open data provides an opportunity to resolve some of the world's most complicated problems, whether in private sector or public sector.

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HIMSS19

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
February 11, 2019 (All day) - February 15, 2019 (All day)

The 2019 HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition, February 11–15, 2019 in Orlando, is the leading health information and technology conference, bringing together 45,000+ professionals from 90+ countries for the education, innovation, and collaboration they need to transform health through information and technology – all at one time, all in one place. Choose from 300+ education sessions, 1,300+ vendors, hundreds of special programs and endless networking events.

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