Michael Jackson - Head of Healthcare solutions - Adobe Introduces:
Indu Subaiya and Jean-Luc Netpune to talk about the latest updates on the developer challenge.
1,300 people are in the Health 2.0 Developer Community.
Innovation Showcase: The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge
WITH GUEST APPEARANCES FROM:
PRESENTING CHALLENGE WINNERS:
BodyMedia (from Pittsburg) - Steve Menke - CIO introduces winners: CTIS from Rockville, MD.
Winner of the Get Moving challenge.
Colin Watts - Chief innovation Officer - Walgreens
Aamer Gaffer, EVP Product Solutions mHealth Coach - Chicago, IL
Walgreens see 6M patients each day. Invented the Milkshake and is within 3 miles of 2/3rds of Americans.
Integrated Medline Plus and other feeds. Built a tablet app.
Lucile Packard Foundation
Winner Damien Leri - Team Big Yellow Star
mapping children's health in California: www.mappinghealth.com
Engage With Grace Challenge - Matthew Holt and Alexandra Drane.
Helping the discussion around handling of End of Life decisions.
Winner: Damien Leri - Team Big Yellow Star
Will Yu - Investing in Innovations (i2)
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT
America Competes Act 2010 - A program to jump start innovation. Launching up to 30 challenges over 2 years.
Abdul Shaikh, Program Director - National Cancer Institute
The first NIH Challenge.
500,000 deaths from Cancer in 2011 and 50% are attributed to preventable behaviors.
The Challenge: Using Public Data for Cancer prevention and Control - From innovation to impact.
Phase 1: - 4 Semi-Finalists receive $10,000
- Ask Dory (ask personalized questions to connect you with clinical trial investigations)
- HealthOwl (get help in the cancer screening process)
- mHealth mPowered (Personalized information for cancer prevention)
- My Cancer Genome (Genetically informed cancer medicine for clinicians)
Phase 2: - Final submissions due Nob 18th. Two finalists receive $20,000 each.
Jean-Luc Neptune: 5 Challenges
1. Apps Against Abuse (ONC/VPOTUS) Oct 17th - Prize: Recognition
2. Reporting Device AAdverse Events Challenge (ONC) Dec 2nd - Prize: $40,000
3. Ensuring Safe Transitions from Hospital to Home (ONC/PfP) Nov 16th - $40,000
4. Million Hearts Challenge (ONC, MH) Soon, $75,000
5. popHealth Tool (ONC) Soon, $100,000
Will Barkis - Ignite Initiative
Public private partnership to trigger development.
Ultra High Speed - 1GBps network
Programmability - Post Internet Protocol World
Sliceability: isolated Slices of network can run different internets in parallel.
NSF + US Ignite Partners Capital to develop apps.
Create a platform for innovation
Build a community of developers and users.
Duncan McKechnie - VP and Head of Cardiovascular and Cross-Cultural Marketing at Novartis
Cardio Engagement Challenge.
Cario Vascular Disease is number 1 killer in USA. Most deaths are from controllable factors.
Engage patients in compelling activity, personalized, scalable, multi-platform
$15,000 to finalists (4 winners) who go to a final with winner taking $100,000.
Mike Painter - Sr Program Manager - Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Aligning Forces for Quality Developer Challenge
1st Prize: $100,000
Looking for innovative approaches that help consumers
Peter Levin - Veterans Administration
Where is the Blue Button today. Clay Shirky came up with the name of the Blue Button.
VA has had 500,000 users of Blue Button of which 60% or 320,000 are Veterans.
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VAI2 = VA Innovation Initiative
Innovation aimed at Employee competitions. 50,000 participants.
External VA Initiative program $100M budget over 2 years.