Humetrix’s iBlueButton application has been announced the winner of the Blue Button Mashup Challenge sponsored by the Office of the National Coordinator.
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Developers have less than two weeks to submit their applications for the ONC Blue Button Mash Up Challenge.
The ONC has announced MedDAERS the winner of the Reporting Device Adverse Events challenge.
Todd Park (@todd_park), newly appointed Chief Technology Officer of the Federal government, gave an inspiring keynote address at Healthbox investor day in Chicago this week. Park, co-founder of athenahealth in 1997, is clearly very passionate about entrepreneurs and a big believer in the entrepreneur’s ability to effect tremendous disruption through invention. There has never been […]
The DHHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) announces the Now Trending Challenge for public health data mining on twitter.
The Health Datapalooza 2012 will showcase will feature the best and brightest applications using data from government and other sources. Innovators will present their technologies and will be judged “American Idol”style by the audience comprised of consumers, health care professionals, and community leaders. But time is quickly running out to submit your health app to […]
The iMedicalApps Team brings you the top posts on our site for the week of 2/5/12 to 2/11/12.
Profiling the numerous health innovation challenges that have been announced in the past few weeks.
Axial Exchange wins DHHS innovation challenge for using technology to ensure safe transmission of patients from hospital to home.
The 2011 mHealth Summit will focus on shaping the future of mobile health, with the keynote given by HHS Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius.
3 groups launched an initiative to evaluate the use of mobile devices to deliver Diabetes Self-Management Training to underserved minority community in Dallas, Texas.
US Department of Health and Human Services launches contest for public to produce wellness apps