Health Datapalooza is the gathering place for people and organizations creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice, and generate market value. Conceived as part of a public/private movement to liberate and use health data, the Datapalooza continues its tradition of engaging patient and consumer voices, and bringing national and international leaders from the C-levels of business and government together for engaging discussions.
We're excited to invite you to join us for the 2016 Health Datapalooza – the meeting that brings data to life in ways that matter in health and health care. This year's meeting finds us even closer to the reality of using data, analytics, and technology to re-define how we deliver and pay for health care. Come hear how data sharing, use, and transparency fuels innovative applications and business models that are building momentum towards a vibrant health information economy that drives high value health care.
Looking for that controversial viewpoint, and the 'what's next' for policies and innovation? Datapalooza sessions can challenge your assumptions, generate new connections, and facilitate engagement across diverse perspectives and topics.
With the new leadership of AcademyHealth, a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization working to improve health and the performance of the health system, the 2016 meeting brings a sharpened focus to the real world, actionable uses of data to drive value, improve care, and help people lead healthier lives. Don't miss out. Register today and come away with deep and practical insights on how health plans, entrepreneurs, patients, and providers are leveraging data and information technologies to improve services, enhance user experiences, and model population health outcomes. Bring your ideas, engage in spirited discussion, and help change health care for the better, for all.
WHO WILL YOU MEET AT HEALTH DATAPALOOZA?
Health Datapalooza draws a diverse range of public, private, healthcare, technology, academic and non-profit industries. Your days will be spent growing your network, building relationships with prospective collaborators and learning from experts with real world experience using data to improve health and health care.
A Sample of 2015 Attendee Titles Includes:
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Data Officer
- Chief Medical Officer
- Chief Research Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- App Developer/Software Developer
- Data Analyst/Data Scientist
- Health Policy Expert
- Health Services Researcher
- Venture Capital
- Private Equity
- Health Data Entrepreneur
- Patient Advocate