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HDC Webinar Series
Introduced by Dwayne Spradlin, CEO, Health Data Consortium
The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI)
Strateg...
Health care is a
$2.8T industry in
the U.S., 18% of
our GDP and
growing
We are now living in a
health care system where
data is driving change
Payment reform
Data is changing…
Individual health interaction
Treatment @ the point of care
In the Beginning…
In 2010 - 40 entrepreneurs around a table, 25 datasets, 90 day
challenge… First Datapalooza!
3 Years lat...
Improve health, health care and delivery
of human services by harnessing the
power of data and fostering a culture of
inno...
LAST 3 YEARS FOCUSED ON LIBERATING DATA
Changed the default setting for
data from closed to open
OPEN DATA EXECUTION PLAN 5 GOALS:
Advancing HealthData.gov site
Highlighting departmental assets that support achieving
HH...
• Improving metadata quality for better usability
• Area of the platform for non-HHS data
• Obtain future funding
• User f...
• Draft a working definition for “Strategically Relevant Data Assets” (SRDA)
and generate a list of those HHS data assets
...
• Spotlighting the value of openly available health data to health care
transformations
• Increasing the percentage of mac...
• Continue to publicize the availability of the data and draw attention to
uses of the data in the transformation of healt...
• HDI Charter to institutionalize the Health Data Initiative
• Implement the Open Data Policy M13-
Asset
• Draft plans to ...
WE NEED YOUR HELP
Help us disrupt the health care
ecosystem
• Tell us what data you want to use
• Help us define a strateg...
Help us disrupt the health care
ecosystem
• Tell us what data you want to use
• Help us define a strategically
relevant da...
Help us disrupt the health care
ecosystem
• Tell us what data you want to use
• Help us define a strategically
relevant da...
Help us disrupt the health care
ecosystem
• Tell us what data you want to use
• Help us define a strategically
relevant da...
MORE INFORMATION
On the web at HealthData.gov d
Follow us on Twitter @HealthDatagov
Me: @DamonLDavis
The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan with Damon Davis
The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan with Damon Davis
The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan with Damon Davis
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The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan with Damon Davis

Watch the webinar here: http://www.screencast.com/t/a43QB5zqjP5

Damon Davis, Director of the Health Data Initiative at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, discussed HHS' new Health Data Strategy and Execution Plan. Since the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) launched its efforts to make the vast array of data resources it curates openly available for public consumption in 2010, the data available in HealthData.gov catalog has grown exponentially. HHS’s efforts to release data for the purpose of sparking innovations in healthcare and the delivery of human services is known as the Health Data Initiative (HDI). The mission of HDI is to help improve health, healthcare, and the delivery of human services by harnessing the power of data and fostering a culture of innovative uses of data in public and private sector institutions, communities, research groups, and policy making arenas.

Discover more health data resources on our website at http://www.healthdataconsortium.org/

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The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan with Damon Davis

  1. 1. HDC Webinar Series Introduced by Dwayne Spradlin, CEO, Health Data Consortium The HHS Health Data Initiative (HDI) Strategy & Execution Plan Damon Davis, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  2. 2. Health care is a $2.8T industry in the U.S., 18% of our GDP and growing
  3. 3. We are now living in a health care system where data is driving change
  4. 4. Payment reform Data is changing… Individual health interaction Treatment @ the point of care
  5. 5. In the Beginning… In 2010 - 40 entrepreneurs around a table, 25 datasets, 90 day challenge… First Datapalooza! 3 Years later… Health Datapalooza IV - 2,000+ people HealthData.gov has over 1,000 datasets cataloged Disruption is happening - we see companies springing up led by entrepreneurs who know nothing about healthcare
  6. 6. Improve health, health care and delivery of human services by harnessing the power of data and fostering a culture of innovative uses of data in public and private sector institutions, communities, research groups and policy making arenas
  7. 7. LAST 3 YEARS FOCUSED ON LIBERATING DATA Changed the default setting for data from closed to open
  8. 8. OPEN DATA EXECUTION PLAN 5 GOALS: Advancing HealthData.gov site Highlighting departmental assets that support achieving HHS strategic initiatives Educating new and existing, internal and external participants Implementing administration and departmental policies that foster openness Enabling and incentivizing the health data ecosystem
  9. 9. • Improving metadata quality for better usability • Area of the platform for non-HHS data • Obtain future funding • User feedback loops for better usability • Developing and publicizing the ability to store and host HHS data • Improve sort and search 11U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
  10. 10. • Draft a working definition for “Strategically Relevant Data Assets” (SRDA) and generate a list of those HHS data assets • Further drive the department’s culture change toward data openness • Work with each HHS division on external outreach to broad as well as targeted specific ecosystem participants about the availability and potential creative uses of HHS public data sources • Increase the traffic to Healthdata.gov as the discovery zone for federal & state health & human services data 12U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
  11. 11. • Spotlighting the value of openly available health data to health care transformations • Increasing the percentage of machine readable data assets • Continuing and expanding external outreach • Develop use cases and an internal marketing approach to enhance workforce engagement and continue the culture shift toward an understanding of and appreciation for open data • Insert the tenets of the HDI into IDEA Lab programs 13U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
  12. 12. • Continue to publicize the availability of the data and draw attention to uses of the data in the transformation of health, healthcare, and the delivery of human services • Seek new ways to engage entrepreneurs who may use the data as fuel for their business • Develop relationships and support the needs of federal and non-federal data projects, data enclaves, repositories, and innovation test beds for more powerful analytic capabilities 14U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
  13. 13. • HDI Charter to institutionalize the Health Data Initiative • Implement the Open Data Policy M13- Asset • Draft plans to address the impacts of the Holdren Memo on Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Scientific Research • Clarifying the relationship of the Open Data Policy, Holdren Memo, and Executive Order for the implications of each individually and as contrasted with each other 15U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
  14. 14. WE NEED YOUR HELP Help us disrupt the health care ecosystem • Tell us what data you want to use • Help us define a strategically relevant data set • Share your data with us • Tell us how you are using health data
  15. 15. Help us disrupt the health care ecosystem • Tell us what data you want to use • Help us define a strategically relevant data set • Share your data with us • Tell us how you are using health data WE NEED YOUR HELP
  16. 16. Help us disrupt the health care ecosystem • Tell us what data you want to use • Help us define a strategically relevant data set • Share your data with us • Tell us how you are using health data WE NEED YOUR HELP
  17. 17. Help us disrupt the health care ecosystem • Tell us what data you want to use • Help us define a strategically relevant data set • Share your data with us • Tell us how you are using health data WE NEED YOUR HELP
  18. 18. MORE INFORMATION On the web at HealthData.gov d Follow us on Twitter @HealthDatagov Me: @DamonLDavis

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Watch the webinar here: http://www.screencast.com/t/a43QB5zqjP5 Damon Davis, Director of the Health Data Initiative at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, discussed HHS' new Health Data Strategy and Execution Plan. Since the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) launched its efforts to make the vast array of data resources it curates openly available for public consumption in 2010, the data available in HealthData.gov catalog has grown exponentially. HHS’s efforts to release data for the purpose of sparking innovations in healthcare and the delivery of human services is known as the Health Data Initiative (HDI). The mission of HDI is to help improve health, healthcare, and the delivery of human services by harnessing the power of data and fostering a culture of innovative uses of data in public and private sector institutions, communities, research groups, and policy making arenas. Discover more health data resources on our website at http://www.healthdataconsortium.org/

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