Allscripts App Challenge Pt. 3: Stanley Crane, Allscripts

Stanley is the Chief Innovation Officer at Allscripts in charge of driving Allscripts’ open innovation strategy.  Formerly the Chief Technology Officer, Stanley’s vision and energy have made Allscripts a leader amongst developer friendly-electronic medical records.

Allscripts App Challenge Pt 2.: Jonathan Baran, HealthFinch

In our Allscripts App Challenge Interview series, we have today Jonathan Baran, the CEO of HealthFinch.

Allscripts Open App Challenge Pt. 1: Tina Joros, Allscripts

The Allscripts Open App Challenge, which awarded $750,000 to 20 applications, wrapped up earlier this year.  The competition lives on as a huge success and a model for other companies betting on “open” strategies.  We wanted to take the opportunity to share some insights gathered from the Sponsor and Winner of competition, and will be running a series of interviews with challenge participants over the next few weeks.

World Cup Showcase: Code-a-thon Winners

SVP of Health 2.0 Jean-Luc Neptune announced the winners of the recent San Francisco code-a-thon.  The two day event was sponsored by the office of the National Coordinator and Optum. The winners, Team Edge Interns, successfully addressed the theme of “power to the patient”, helping patients understand their health data and benefits through their platform “Mind Mentor.”  Mind Mentor addresses the stigma of psychiatric care such as surveys and the like.

Health 2.0: Developer Challenge Team

The Health 2.0  team from New York explained what they do as the Developer Challenge Team; essentially making it easy for sponsor organizations to run innovation competitions.  They spoke of commercialization through Pilot Health Tech NYC, product development with Allscripts, and their collaboration with Blue Button Co-Design.

Microsoft – Developer Challenge

Microsoft and Health 2.0 team up to review the history of Microsoft and the goals and evaluation criteria for this developer challenge.

Health 2.0 Developer Challenge – Conference breakout session

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge has given away nearly $2 million in prizes to tackle complex healthcare problems through online competitions and live code-a-thons. Our winners have gone on to secure pilot programs, join accelerators, gain customers, and get recognition for their innovative solutions. This session focus on the intersection between innovation competitions and accelerator/incubator programs.

PhenotypeIT – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Martin Entwhistle, Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation
The PhenotypeIT approach is focused on identifying those behaviors that increase disease risks and targeting the right tools and programs to the individual at the right time. Through active health monitoring, we continuously take in health information to create a highly personalized, dynamic and successful experience.

New York eHealth Collaborative – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Anuj Desai, New York eHealth Collaborative
The accelerator is run by the NYeC in partnership with the NYCIF and the New York State Department of Health, which will fund 12 early and growth-stage digital health companies that are developing cutting edge technology products for healthcare providers.

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Allscripts App Challenge Pt. 3: Stanley Crane, Allscripts

Stanley is the Chief Innovation Officer at Allscripts in charge of driving Allscripts’ open innovation strategy.  Formerly the Chief Technology Officer, Stanley’s vision and energy have made Allscripts a leader amongst developer friendly-electronic medical records.

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Allscripts App Challenge Pt 2.: Jonathan Baran, HealthFinch

In our Allscripts App Challenge Interview series, we have today Jonathan Baran, the CEO of HealthFinch.

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Allscripts Open App Challenge Pt. 1: Tina Joros, Allscripts

The Allscripts Open App Challenge, which awarded $750,000 to 20 applications, wrapped up earlier this year.  The competition lives on as a huge success and a model for other companies betting on “open” strategies.  We wanted to take the opportunity to share some insights gathered from the Sponsor and Winner of competition, and will be running a series of interviews with challenge participants over the nex ...
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World Cup Showcase: Code-a-thon Winners

SVP of Health 2.0 Jean-Luc Neptune announced the winners of the recent San Francisco code-a-thon.  The two day event was sponsored by the office of the National Coordinator and Optum. The winners, Team Edge Interns, successfully addressed the theme of “power to the patient”, helping patients understand their health data and benefits through their platform “Mind Mentor.”  Mind Mentor addresses the stigma of psychiatric care such as surveys and the like.

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Health 2.0: Developer Challenge Team

The Health 2.0  team from New York explained what they do as the Developer Challenge Team; essentially making it easy for sponsor organizations to run innovation competitions.  They spoke of commercialization through Pilot Health Tech NYC, product development with Allscripts, and their collaboration with Blue Button Co-Design.

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Microsoft – Developer Challenge

Microsoft and Health 2.0 team up to review the history of Microsoft and the goals and evaluation criteria for this developer challenge.

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Health 2.0 Developer Challenge – Conference breakout sessio ...

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge has given away nearly $2 million in prizes to tackle complex healthcare problems through online competitions and live code-a-thons. Our winners have gone on to secure pilot programs, join accelerators, gain customers, and get recognition for their innovative solutions. This session focus on the intersection between innovation competitions and accelerator/incubator programs.

phenotypeit

PhenotypeIT – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Martin Entwhistle, Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation
The PhenotypeIT approach is focused on identifying those behaviors that increase disease risks and targeting the right tools and programs to the individual at the right time. Through active health monitoring, we continuously take in health information to create a highly personalized, dynamic and successful experience.

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New York eHealth Collaborative – Developer Challenge Innova ...

Anuj Desai, New York eHealth Collaborative
The accelerator is run by the NYeC in partnership with the NYCIF and the New York State Department of Health, which will fund 12 early and growth-stage digital health companies that are developing cutting edge technology products for healthcare providers.