& Track Record of Success

  • June 7, 2023 (forthcoming)

    Open City Labs' CEO Matt Bishop and 2-1-1 San Diego’s Director of Interoperability & Collective Impact Alana Kalinowski, MSW will be presenting at the upcoming “Community Information Exchange Virtual Summit: Community Care Coordination Models in Action. Matt & Alana will be speaking at: 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm PDT.

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  • Thu, May 11, 2023 (forthcoming)

    Open City Labs' CEO Matt Bishop will be headlining the technology section of the “Forum on Modernizing Data for Oversight at HHS-OIG.” Sponsored by the Data Foundation and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG), the forum will address how HHS-OIG can modernize access to publicly available oversight data to prevent patient safety issues, avert fraud, and help reduce program costs by improving integrity and ease compliance.

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  • Apr 17-21, 2023

    HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition Panel on Social Care Interoperability - Open City Labs CEO Matt Bishop will present on a panel titled “Social Care Interoperability for Older Americans: Innovation with Open Standards”.

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  • Jan 14-15, 2023

    HL7 Connectathon in Henderson, Nevada - Open City Labs’ CTO Brian Handspicker demonstrated interoperability compliant with the Gravity SDOH Clinical Care and National Directory Implementation Guides.

  • Nov 16, 2022

    IHE USA’s Path to Production - Time to Demonstrate - Open City Labs’ CEO Presented at the IHE USA’s Path to Production and updated attendees on the latest progress of the 360x Closed Loop Referrals working group.

  • Sep 2022

    AARP Foundation accepts Open City Labs in it’s Innovation Program - AARP Foundation funds a project to use Open City Labs’ software in Massachusetts at AgeSpan to streamline access to government benefits for older Americans.

  • Aug 2022

    Civitas Network for Health Annual 2022 Annual Conference, a Collaboration with the DirectTrust Summit Presentation - Open City Labs’ CTO presents on panel titled “Learning from our Past: Improving Health Equity through Proactive Standards, Interoperability and Cross Sector Governance”.

  • Jul 2022

    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Connectathon - Open City Labs and partners with organizations Administration for Children and Families, Zane Networks and MayJuun LLC work to advance open standards by demoing in two tracks: Gravity Project and HL7 Patient Administration’s FAST National Healthcare Directory.

  • Jul 2022

    USAging Conference Panel - Open City Labs’ CTO presented at the 47th Annual USAging Conference on a panel titled “Integrated Care Boot Camp: Emerging Technology Considerations - SDOH Coding and Pathways to Billable Services”.

  • May 2022

    The Gravity Project spotlighted the work of Open City Labs and MayJuun for building to their standards to serve New Jersey Integrated Care for Kids, a coalition of Hackensack Meridian, NJ Visiting Nurses and a Partnership of 75 social care providers that is serving 140K children receiving Medicaid in New Jersey.

  • Mar 2022

    USAging Policy Briefing - Open City Labs’ CTO participated on a panel at the USAging Policy Briefing pre-conference on the value of standards for improving billable Home and Community-Based Services by Area Agencies on Aging.

  • Dec 2021

    Social Care Referrals Challenge Grand Prize and Bonus Prize Wins - The Administration for Community Living announces that (Open City Labs and MayJuun) team FHIR-FLI are one of 4 winners of Phase 2 of the Social Care Referrals Challenge.

  • Dec 2021

    DirectTrust “Interoperability Hero” - Matt Bishop named an "Interoperability Hero" by DirectTrust and interviewed as he discusses the role of interoperability to address social determinants of health (SDOH), and the pioneering work his team is doing at Open City Labs.

  • Nov 2021

    NJ Integrated Care for Kids (NJ InCK) and NJ 211 Partnership - OCL contracts with the federally funded Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) project in New Jersey, and the statewide 211 service to deliver one of our referral products, Navigator360, to NJ Integrated Care for Kids (NJ InCK).

  • Sep 2021

    DirectTrust announces creation of a new ANSI accredited standards organization called “Information Exchange for Human Services” (IX4HS) to explore the application of DirectTrust’s standards for human services was created today which Open City Labs and Stewards of Change Institute were instrumental in IX4HS’ creation.

  • Jun 2021

    DirectTrust Summit Presentation - OCL Executive Team present, “Project Unify - Community SDoH Referrals and Direct Secure Messaging, Event Notification Services and TIM+” at DirectTrust Summit.

  • Apr 2021

    Open City Labs’ Community Infectious Disease Alerts System demonstration in partnership with the National Interoperability Collaborative’s Project Unify.

  • Feb 2021

    Innovation Priorities Workgroup, DirectTrust - Matt Bishop presentation to identify opportunities for their standard to be used for referrals, directories and a variety of other healthcare and human service interoperability use cases.

  • Aug 2020

    360x Closed Loop Referrals Coauthor - Matt Bishop chosen as co-author on the Integrating the Health Enterprise (IHE) 360x SDOH Closed Loop Referrals standard.

  • Sep 2019

    3rd Prize (of 120 contestants), Social Determinants of Health Innovation Challenge sponsored by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation at its national Health 2.0 Conference.

  • Aug 2018

    Matt Bishop presentation, Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Congress. "Approaches to Data Collection, Cross Sector Care Coordination, and Patient Engagement in Social Determinants of Health Interventions: Challenges and Technology Solutions."

  • Apr 2018

    OCL Executive Team presentation, United Nations Economic and Social Council Partnership Forum. "Partnering for Resilient and Inclusive Societies: Contributions of the Private Sector." Discussion of how smarter partnerships could include inclusive business models and big data for public good.