HHS seeks entrepreneurs for year-long fellowships
Applications for the Department of Health & Human Services HHS Entrepreneurs program are now open to innovators interested in working for a year-long stint alongside federal government employees on "high-risk, high-reward projects."
19 May 2014
Applications for the Department of Health & Human Services HHS Entrepreneurs program are now open to innovators interested in working for a year-long stint alongside federal government employees on “high-risk, high-reward projects.”
“The ideal HHS Entrepreneur is a passionate expert in problem solving equipped with modern tools who is ready to shake government up, push the boundaries of the bureaucracy and act as agents of the IDEA Lab to transform the culture of a large organization,” writes HHS Chief Technology Officer Bryan Sivak on the HHS Idea Lab blog.
- Creating De-Identified Claims Data
- Digital Media, Aging, and Disability: What Works & Why?
- Healthcare Practitioner Credentialing Portal
- Improving Beneficiary Access to Health Information
- Innovative Design, Development and Linkages of Databases
- Modernizing CDC Mortality Data & Analytic Tools
Created in 2010 and originally called the HHS Innovation Fellows Program, HHS Entrepreneurs was established “in response to difficulties in finding expertise and unique skill sets necessary to solve some of the critical challenges we face in health, health care, and the delivery of human services.” The program was renamed HHS Entrepreneurs in 2012.
Application deadline is July 16. Apply here.