Just the Right Size

Some conferences are big and overwhelming, while others are small and lack diverse voices. Health Datapalooza offers a big conference feel in an intimate setting. The conference supports a healthy exchange of big ideas from a wide variety of voices in a setting where meaningful and action-oriented conversations take place.

Public-Private and Everything in Between

Health Datapalooza is unique in that it brings together diverse and influential voices representing both the public and private sectors, and offering different viewpoints - from industry leaders to policy makers, delivery systems to startups, academics to data liberators, patients to clinicians, and everything in between.

Action-Oriented

Datapalooza attendees expect to hear about the real world concepts and actionable steps that they can take back to their workplace – presented by both newcomers and senior leaders with first-hand experience using data to improve health and health care.

What’s in It for You?

Technology Industry
Hospital and Health Care Delivery Systems
Health Plans/insurers
Federal Agencies
Law and Governance
Patients and Consumers
Researchers

Technology Industry

  • Learn from data liberators about the new technologies and applications that are unleashing data to strengthen health and health care.
  • Discover the innovations that are improving the performance of the health system.
  • Share creative consumer facing technologies to help people lead healthier lives.
  • Gain insight from leaders in the field on where challenges exist and where solutions are needed.

Hospital and Health Care Delivery Systems

  • Learn how to use consumer health data to become more efficient and deliver better care.
  • Explore ways to use data to both create and measure your value.
  • Discover how leveraging data and analytics can address challenging issues such as value-based purchasing, payment reform, population health, and patient engagement.
  • Learn how data sharing, use, and transparency are fueling innovation and business models that help re-define how we deliver and pay for health care.

Health Plans/Insurers

  • Learn how to leverage data to predict member outcomes and achieve financial sustainability in an environment with changing populations and dynamic payment models.
  • Discover how to use publically available data and internal resources to effectively assess and manage risk, project loss, align providers, and incentivize care delivery.
  • Explore innovations that are influencing practice patterns.  
  • Gain insight on how payers and providers, using data as a foundation, can work together to improve delivery of care.
  • Hear from experts on how to design high-value, high-performing networks.

Federal Agencies

  • Learn how access to new data and analytics can help inform health policy and decision-making.
  • Gain insight to how innovations and new methods can spot gaps in the health system and offer solutions – to deliver better care and build healthier communities. 
  • Discover exciting ways in which publicly available information can be used to advance biomedical science and health care.
  • Explore innovations that show how new knowledge can be derived from existing data sources to advance understanding of issues such as clinical trials, environmental exposures and neuroscience.

Law and Governance

  • Discover the new ways in which consumer health data is being used to improve health and health care.
  • Hear from the experts on how to balance a commitment to both data sharing as well as privacy and confidentiality for true transformation in health care.
  • Learn about data security and privacy concerns in a new age of health information technology.
  • Understand how information security is being built to protect health information.
  • Gain insight into the compliance issues and regulations surrounding the use of health data.

Patients and Consumers

  • Contribute your voice to a meeting designed and planned by patients for a discussion of health accessibility and consumer choice.
  • Gain insight into how consumer data is being used to improve both access and quality of health care – and how to ensure your place in the discussion.
  • Be involved in the big decisions to improve health and health care for all.

Researchers and Academics

  • Learn how you can leverage the increased volume, variety and velocity of data to inform your research.
  • Accelerate your ability to use data from new sources by learning from innovative researchers in the field.
  • Meet with fellow researchers tackling some of the biggest challenges in health care – from electronic clinical quality measures to system science to predictive analytics.
  • Discover the new technologies and innovations that are making health research more efficient and effective.    
  • Be among the first to gain access to new data releases and connect with others who are turning data into meaningful tools.