Gregory Johnson

Last Tuesday at 5 PM the County was the Public Hearing on the County and City of Miami’s 2017 Budget. One challenge in the current budget is annually the City and County choose to make it accessible via PDF. I recently took some time to use that data to create some simple visualizations that can…

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During Hurricane Irma instead of hopping on a plane and leaving South Florida, I chose to stay in Miami to help my family, many of whom decided to stay. While gathering water and awaiting the storm I noticed that most of the maps about the storm were terrible. Instead of using cutting-edge maps most maps were…

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A big problem faced in the healthcare space is Health Literacy and the cost of a readmission because of low health literacy. One way healthcare providers are addressing this issue is through patient engagement software that help educate patients about a doctors instructions to improve outcomes and lower costs. A year and a half ago I…

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According to Rock Health’s funding report, one of the most funded categories in 2016 was Population Health Management (PHM) software. For some health organizations and even Health IT professionals drawing the connection between using software that can bring value-based care to populations is fuzzy. This week I decided to dissect some medicare spending expenditures to…

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Last week I was invited by Talent Development Network (TDN) to speak on a panel about internships and building a better talent pipeline in Miami. Over the last 4 years, I’ve observed Miami as its tech scene has grown and during my time matriculating from High School through College doing paid internships I’ve seen a…

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Yesterday I read an article on Huffington Post on digital health solutions and moving from hype to impact. During my morning routine, this led me to ask, “Which public digital health companies are winning and what can we learn from 2016 about the shape of the market moving forward?” In the graph above, we get…

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