Kristen Honey, PhD

Kristen Honey, PhD, PMP is an Innovator in Residence with the HHS Office of the Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Deep Dive: Using Data Technology + Innovation for Lyme Disease

A 14-week sprint delivered digital tools that used federal open data to address Lyme and tick-borne diseases.

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Deep Dive: How a Health Tech Sprint Pioneered an AI Ecosystem

Seven teams created digital tools that help in finding experimental therapies for patients, and for clinical trials to recruit new patients.

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Health Tech Sprint Aims at Improving Care Access and Experience

This sprint is designed to improve care by assisting in access to novel therapeutics and improving clinical trials.

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My Data: Empowering All Americans with Personal Data Access

Summary: Consumers empowered with their own data are in the driver’s seat to make informed choices. In the 21st century economy, Americans rely on online services to access personal bank accounts, pay bills, and shop online, so why don’t we have similar interactions with Federal government through easy-to-use, online tools? The answer is we can—and increasingly

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Moving from Open Data to Open Knowledge: Announcing the Commerce Data Usability Project

Opening up government to better serve the American people has been a key priority of this Administration from day one. On his first full day in office, President Obama signed the Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government, ushering in a new era of open and accountable government. Since then, the Administration has continued to take

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