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Commentary: Meaningful Use of Health Information Exchange?

Dr. John Loonsk | Government Health IT | October 3, 2011

The title of this article is pure jargon, but does express the issue at hand. An alternative title “The Most Important Health Policy Decision Hidden as an Obscure Health IT Technical Evaluation that You May Never Have Heard of,” would have also been accurate, but is grammatically unsound and too flippant for an important subject. Read More »

Newsmaker Interview: Aneesh Chopra

Staff | Healthcare IT News | December 6, 2011

[Blue Button] is just a simple idea. The Markle Foundation had a meeting in which they talked about personal health records and what will that future look like and what role would they play in it. And a number of folks, including Adam Bosworth, who was originally one of the founders of XML, said, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if there was a little button – maybe a blue button – that would allow patients to download a copy of their information and allow them to transport it wherever they go?

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Todd Park calls for new panel to help liberate government data

Joseph Marks | NextGov | May 26, 2012

Federal Chief Technology Officer Todd Park called on the White House’s team of science and technology advisers Friday to create a special subcommittee to advise his office on projects to disseminate government data to private sector developers and entrepreneurs.

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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 »