A challenge is a project in which multidisciplinary teams are tasked with building technology solutions that address issues identified by a sponsoring organization, such as a non-profit, foundation, or for-profit company. Developers, designers, patients, providers, health care organizations, and anyone else interested in health care are invited to take part in the challenge. Winning teams have been awarded prizes that range up to $250,000.
Email Graeme Ossey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if you’d like to launch a project.
Have a problem in healthcare that you think technology could help fix? Want to see what creative developers might do with access to new datasets or platforms? Anyone can sponsor a challenge. You can be a foundation, academic institution, investor, government agency, technology company or healthcare organization. If you have a question, you never know who might have a solution. For more details see the FAQs here.
|The Nicholson Foundation & Rutgers University Health Care Delivery Challenge||$50,000||April 3, 2015|
|RWJF & HHS Provider Network Challenge||$100,000||March 6, 2015|
|Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Plan Choice Challenge||$100,000||In Phase 2|
|Technology for CF Life Transitions Challenge||$105,000||In Phase 2|
|Palo Alto Medical Foundation Developer Challenge 2014||$16,000||Closed for Judging|
|Allscripts Open App Challenge||$750,000||Winners Announced|
|Pilot Health Tech NYC 2014||$1,000,000||Winners Announced|
|Putting Care in Context: Empowering Patients to Share Their Barriers to Good Health||$10,000||Winners Announced|
|NYS Health Innovation Challenge||$43,000||Winners Announced|
|PCORI Matchmaking App Challenge||$150,000||Winners Announced|
On June 8, 2011, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) announced the launch of the Investing in Innovation (i2) Initiative, a bold new program designed to spur innovations in health IT. The program centers on prizes and competitions to accelerate the development of solutions and communities around key challenges in health IT.
|ONC Market R&D Pilot Challenge||$300,000||March 2, 2015|
|Reducing Cancer Among Women of Color Challenge||$100,000||Winners Announced|
|Mobilizing Data for Pressure Ulcer Prevention Challenge||$80,000||Winners Announced|
|Apps4TotsHealth Challenge||$25,000||Winners Announced|
|Crowds Care for Cancer Challenge: Supporting Survivors||$40,000||Winners Announced|
|Blue Button Co-Design Challenge||$55,000||Winners Announced|
|My Air, My Health: An EPA/HHS Challenge||$160,000||Winners Announced|