Tag Archives: Bryan Sivak

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

Now Open! Apply to Work on High Impact Projects in 2nd Annual Talent Search for the HHSentrepreneurs Program

Originally cross-posted from hhs.gov/open. Identifying and leveraging underutilized Departmental assets to encourage the transformation of public health, healthcare, and the delivery of human services, and, by doing so, building the foundation for the next generation of government and improving health … Continue reading

Hospital Pricing Data? More Please!

Anyone operating in the health tech universe for the last few years knows that open health data has been and continues to be a major theme. Current White House Chief Technology Officer Todd Park started talking (NO, YELLING!) about “data … Continue reading

HHS CTO Bryan Sivak on Open Data
One Year from Now

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services CTO Bryan Sivak delivered the keynote at Health 2.0’s Health:Refactored conference this month. The event was specifically geared toward developers and designers, and here Sivak talks about his goals for these groups and … Continue reading

Looking Back — Health:Refactored in 12 Tweets

Constraints create creativity. But they have to be the right constraints for the problem you’re trying to solve. @aza#hrefactored — Rachel Kalmar (@grapealope) May 13, 2013 Vice President of Jawbone Aza Raskin via Rachel Kalmar, a data scientist at Misfit Wearables, managed … Continue reading

Check Out the Health:Refactored Preliminary Agenda

We’re pretty thrilled about the newly released preliminary agenda for Health:Refactored. This two-day event will be filled with code and design excellence, and all the info developers and designers need to build great health tech products. Read on to find … Continue reading