jueves, 23 de agosto de 2012

AHRQ Events and Announceme​nts

Digitial Strategy

Putting People First

By: Prudence Goforth, Director, Web Communications and New Media Division
Digital Strategy. The new buzzword. A fancy way (in government-speak) of saying we’re going to manage the web strategically; cut loose our content, work better and put people first. We have a start, but we have miles to go, and we need you to help guide the way.
The concept rocks! But it demands serious change. We need your ideas. We need to ask your opinion. And we will listen.

Opening Up Our Data

By Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Earlier this summer, the U.S. Chief Information Officer, Steven VanRoekel released the federal government’s new digital strategy which aims to shift the way government information is accessed and consumed. Instead of focusing on producing a final product, which has been common practice for years, the government will now be making content more accurate, available and secure. One major tool in the information technology tool box being used to achieve this goal is the use of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
Cancer Information to Your Smartphone
By: Lakshmi Grama, Senior Digital Content Strategist, NCI Office of Communications and Education (NIH)
Who seeks cancer information on a mobile phone? What information would they be looking for? These were some of the questions that my colleagues and I faced as we planned our strategy to help people access NIH’s National Cancer Institute (NCI) resources anywhere, anytime, on any device.

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