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Liberating Health Data: What we learned in New York, with Dr. Nirav Shah

You can watch this webinar at: http://www.screencast.com/t/CA4ROcdVdo

Dr. Nirav Shah from the New York State Health Department (NYS) discussed lessons learned in providing open access to state health data and why such innovation in health care is critical in this era of health reform for the Health Data Consortium's inaugural webinar. In March 2013, New York State launched health.data.ny.gov and became one of the first states in the country to liberate health data from its files. NYS’s health data website aims to support the Triple Aim: improve individual care, improve population health, and lower costs, and may also create business opportunities that allow developers to use this data to develop new apps that can benefit health.

This webinar also led into the HDC event, Putting Health Data to Work in Our States and Communities, which took place in Chicago on Friday, November 8. Take a look at out our blog to learn more about this thought-providing, invigorating day for health data.

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

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Liberating Health Data: What we learned in New York, with Dr. Nirav Shah

  1. 1. HDC Webinar Series Introduced by Dwayne Spradlin, CEO, Health Data Consortium Liberating Health Data: What We Learned in New York Dr. Nirav Shah, Commissioner of Health NYS
  2. 2. Liberating Health Data: What We Learned in New York Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH Commissioner of Health, NYS HEALTH DATA CONSORTIUM Webinar
  3. 3. NYS Health Data • March 2013 launch of health.data.ny.gov • NYS won the first annual Health Data Liberator Award from the Health Data Consortium • Will help state achieve goal of Triple Aim – improved patient care, better population health and lower costs • Played major role in Medicaid redesign efforts
  4. 4. What is the Data? • Baby names • Restaurant inspections • Weekly nursing home bed census • Student BMIs from 680 school districts • Hospital charge data
  5. 5. Health Data = Business Opportunity • Digital Health Accelerator: Largest in the U.S. – 8 cos. designed new apps – $4.2 m funding – 8 venture capital and strategic investors; 23 provider orgs in NY • Code-a-thon & Innovation Summit in Dec.
  6. 6. Health Data = Better Health • Sepsis; can see spikes in claims data • USPSTF Grade A/B recommendations • Reduced inappropriate PCIs from 23% to 8% • Eliminated use of growth hormone • Data for Health Homes and PCMHs – more integrated care, more prevention
  7. 7. Data Lessons from New York • Patients own the data • Privacy of health data is essential • “The value we create today is by sharing.” – Ginni Rometty, IBM • Push to release data comes from the top • Learn from other industries; GPS, weather, travel
  8. 8. The End
  9. 9. Q&A