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In celebration of World Immunization Week!

This month, one of the largest public health interventions is occurring and it is called “The Switch.” Countries all over the world are switching to a new polio vaccine as we get close to eliminating the disease. As we get … Continue reading

Technology for Healthy Communities Launches Today!

Health 2.0, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is proud to announce today’s kickoff of Technology for Healthy Communities, a digital health pilot program that facilitates technology adoption at the community level by tackling the most pressing local … Continue reading

The Benefits of Matchmaking

Beyond our new look, the Digital Health Marketplace (previously Pilot Health Tech NYC) is a more robust and wide reaching program than ever before. We have undergone an evolution since beginning in 2013 and developed distinct matchmaking and funding arms. … Continue reading

AMA Medical Education Innovation Challenge Winners Announced!

A team from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine won the AMA Medical Education Innovation Challenge. Amol Utrankar and Jared A. Shenson proposed the creation of Muse, an online national curricular resource exchange. This team won $5,000 and is presenting its … Continue reading

Pilot Day is Approaching Fast – Feb. 17, 2016

On February 17, join New York City Economic Development Corporation in partnership with Health 2.0 and Blueprint Health for Pilot Day 2015. This event is an opportunity to discover and celebrate this year’s winning teams of Pilot Health Tech NYC. … Continue reading

Calling All Startups! Pilot Health Tech NYC is Looking to Fund Your Digital Health Pilot

Submit Your Joint Application by 12/18! Pilot Health Tech NYC is a marketplace for digital health solutions. Administered by the New York City Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with Health 2.0 and Blueprint Health, the program connects technology companies and prospective … Continue reading

Announcing the Winners of the Innovating for the Underserved Challenge

Today, we know that where an individual lives, their food choices and even their ability to communicate with providers and caregivers can play a significant role in their health outcomes. The health technology sector is growing at a remarkable rate … Continue reading

Calling all civic hackers, use data to connect Public Health and Primary Care!

Do you remember the multiple choice logic questions where the trick answer was “not enough information to solve”? Primary care providers and public health officials often experience this conundrum in their line of work. Ironically, the data often exists – … Continue reading

Pilot Health Tech NYC 2015 Launches Today!

The New York City Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with Health 2.0 and Blueprint Health, is proud to announce today’s kickoff of Pilot Health Tech NYC 2015.  Pilot Health Tech NYC is a pioneering innovation initiative: a unique marketplace for digital … Continue reading

Care Coordination Challenge Competitors Advance to Phase II

Earlier this year, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs launched the Care Coordination for Improved Outcomes Challenge. This competition is an effort to crowdsource algorithm based solutions that will pinpoint gaps and conflicts in patient treatment plans. The goal is for … Continue reading

Doctors as Users, Building Tech for the Clinician’s Office

Just as digital health apps empower patients to engage with their own health needs, improved technology has the ability to change the way providers deliver care. Not only is there a need for tools to improve the workflow of doctors … Continue reading

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