Dataportability has been focusing on Healthcare for almost a year now with its Healthcare Taskforce. Recently, this taskforce came across the Health Data Bill of Rights. In summary, the rights are as follows
In an era when technology . . . → Read More: Improving portability between the practice and the patient
We are hosting a DataPortability get-together at SemTech 2009, the Semantic Technology Conference, at the San Jose Fairmont on Monday, June 15, 2009, 6:00pm – 8:00pm. As an added bonus, when you register to attend this meetup, you will get access to Chris Saad’s conference session which takes place immediately prior (5:00pm-6:00pm)!
You need . . . → Read More: DataPortability Community Invited to Semantic Technologies Conference in San Jose, CA June 14-19th, Free and Discounted Options
Forget Open Standards…
Well, sort of. To date, the DataPortability project has often referred to its vision as “Open Standards based Data Portability”.
The problem, though, is that people don’t get why Open Standards are so important. Some even think that we’re advocating open standards for the sake of open standards. In . . . → Read More: Forget Open Standards
Are you interested in researching and writing about items related to the DataPortability Project and contributing to the projects overall goals? Your writing and commentary will be included in multiple external communications outlets, like the official DataPortability Blog, the DataPortability wiki, ‘newletters’, made available to media writing on the topic and included in official . . . → Read More: DataPortability Project Analyst (Multiple)- Volunteer Positions
Welcome to the Official DataPortability blog.
It’s run by the DataPortability Communications Action Group. It’s guided by the ratified Blog Charter. A call for bloggers was put out on the Communications Google Group and the General Google Group. More bloggers will be recruited over time.
As the Blog Charter states, the purpose of this . . . → Read More: Welcome to the Official DataPortability Blog