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Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference

August 13, 2018 - 1pm | Washington, D.C.

The Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference will bring together developers to learn and share insights on how we can leverage claims data to serve the Medicare population.

Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference 2018

Speakers

Hear from CMS Administrator Seema Verma and other Administrator Leadership about Blue Button 2.0 and the MyHealthEData initiative.

Lightning Talks

Join discussions on topics such as FHIR, OAuth 2.0, and more.

Demos

See the many ways in which organizations are integrating with Blue Button 2.0 to improve health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries.

Breakout Sessions

  • Blue Button 2.0 and FHIR (where it's all heading) with Mark Scrimshire and Cat Greim
  • MyHealthEData and Interoperability with Alex Mugge and Joy Day

  • Overview of Medicare Claims Data with Karl Davis
  • Medicare Beneficiary User Research with Allyssa Allen

  • Sync for Science with Josh Mandel and Andrew Bjonnes
  • API Design with Kin Lane

Venue

The event is being held at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, 1650 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20502

Registration for the Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference is now closed.


Blue Button 2.0 Snapshot

350+ Organizations

Signed up for the Blue Button 2.0 developer sandbox, ranging from F500 companies to EHRs to startups.

53M Medicare Beneficiaries

Represented in the Blue Button 2.0 API, including comprehensive Part A, B, and D data.

Multiple Use Cases

That reduce patient burden, streamline health information, and uncover new insights that can improve health outcomes.

Developer Resources

Developer documentation, sample patient applications, and API Google Group to help developers integrate with Blue Button 2.0.

Sign up for the Blue Button 2.0 sandbox and view the developer documentation here.

Questions?

Contact information will be coming soon.

Follow news about the Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference at the twitter hashtag: #BBDC18.

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