Upcoming Events

Sep
09
Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers

Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers is the only event focused exclusively on the consumer...

Sep
16
The Atlantic: "The Digital Patient: Data and th...

In an age primed for personalization, our current health care system is undergoing changes that coul...

Sep
21
Hackathon: JHU DaSH

This event will be an opportunity for data scientists and data scientists-in-training to get togethe...

Sep
25
Hackathon: HackDC 2015

Hacking Health: Create a mobile app for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Want to use tec...

Sep
25
Stanford Medicine X

For the past decade, Mayo Clinic has been a leader among healthcare providers in using social med...


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The Health Data Consortium Mission

The Health Data Consortium is a public-private partnership working to foster the availability and innovative use of health data to improve health and healthcare.
 
Our mission is to utilize health data to ignite innovation; promote collaboration among health data users and stakeholders; encourage responsible health data use; and hasten the movement through advocacy, education, and targeted "catalyst" programs.

 

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HDC Blog

  • HealthData+ Obesity: From Data to Action

    • Wednesday, September 2, 2015
    • Adnan Mahmud

    Want to learn more about the Obesity Data Challenge-winning app, HealthData+Obesity? Adnan Mahmud, founder and CEO of LiveStories and part of winning team, discusses the inspiration behind their app. Check out all the winning Obesity Data Challenge entries here. — Local health officials are responsible for promoting the health of the populations they serve. However, they don’t always have access to the most effective tools for communicating about priority health issues. Obesity is one of the most critical health epidemics of our time, and health officers are working hard to address it right in the communities where they live. Yet they need more and better tools to describe the scale of the problem, meaningfully engage communities and families, and generate local support for policies and interventions that can make a difference.

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  • Amplify Your Voice: Open Call to Contribute Thought Leadership to the Health Data Movement

    • Thursday, August 27, 2015
    • Chris Boone

    Dear Friends, We need your help.   With all the news coming out every day about data breaches, data releases and new data policies and regulations, there is so much speculative information out there about health data. Here at HDC, we see a huge opportunity — and need — to educate the public on this topic, and we want people to hear from the experts.

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  • #WeAreNotWaiting - How patients are hacking themselves

    • Monday, August 24, 2015
    • Casey Quinlan

    Most of the headlines about mobile health and quantified-self focus on companies developing apps and tools for consumers to use to track themselves, and their health. Services that pull all your family's records into a desktop dashboard and a mobile app? Check. Apps that talk to blood pressure cuffs, Bluetooth scales, even ear and eye scopes? Check. Cool new watches that let you live out the 20th century's Dick Tracy comic strip in a new millennium? Double-check.

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