100 Day Challenge winner

Yuri Malina, Swipe Sense
Jaymie Youngquist, Rush University
As winners of the 100 Day Challenge, Yuri and Jaymie discuss their hand sanitation device which increases compliance with sanitation regulations and decreases hospital-acquired infections.

Wellframe – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Trishan Panch, Wellframe
Wellframe is a health data science team based out of Cambridge, MA building the next generation of treatment and prevention programs for Cardiovascular disease using big data and mobile technology.

No Sleep Kills – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Dave DiNatale, No Sleep Kills
Joel Sutherland, No Sleep Kills
No Sleep Kills was the 1st Place Winner of the Health 2.0 Boston Big Data Code-a-thon!

Zenithech – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Deepak Srivastava, Zenithech
MEDZ, a dashboard developed by Zenithech, is a rich and interactive web based dashboard that was developed as part of the Medicare data Developer’s Challenge sponsored by IMPAQ International and NORC at the University of Chicago. The dashboard displays an aggregate view of the newly published public use files (PUF’s) for Medicare Claims. The dashboard will help the end user get easy access to the rich dataset as well as give the user necessary tools to perform in-depth analysis on it.

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.

Axial Exchange – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Matt Mattox, Axial Exchange
A web-based application that enables information to flow to a patient’s next care setting so that providers have what they need, when they need it, and to engage patients with the information and tools needed to improve their health knowledge and enhance their ownership of after-care responsibilities.  It bridges care-transition gaps across the entire care delivery chain, from first-responders and hospitals on through to providers and patients at the time of discharge.

Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase – Jean-Luc Neptune with Farzad Mostashari

Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0
Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
Farzad is the fourth National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS. This was his third time at Health 2.0 including running a Town Hall and being on a panel with Patients last Fall in San Francisco. Most of his day job is taken up with following through on the Meaningful Use EMR and Health Information Exchange rollouts. ONC is also supporting innovation in projects such as Beacons, SHARP and challenges. Farzad talked about the Investing In Innovations challenges program and to showed some of the winners from the program’s first year.

Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase Intro with Indu Subaiya & Jean-Luc Neptune

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0
Since its introduction in 2010, we’ve seen tremendous growth in The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.  Since 2011 Health 2.0 (with our partners at Capitol Consulting Corporation) has been working with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to run the Investing in Innovations (i2) initiative, which offers prize challenges to stimulate innovation in the health IT space.
We have been conducting challenges for many diverse private organizations including Aetna Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Novartis, IMPAQ, BodyMedia, Walgreens and more.

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100 Day Challenge winner

Yuri Malina, Swipe Sense
Jaymie Youngquist, Rush University
As winners of the 100 Day Challenge, Yuri and Jaymie discuss their hand sanitation device which increases compliance with sanitation regulations and decreases hospital-acquired infections.

wellframe

Wellframe – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Trishan Panch, Wellframe
Wellframe is a health data science team based out of Cambridge, MA building the next generation of treatment and prevention programs for Cardiovascular disease using big data and mobile technology.

no sleep kills

No Sleep Kills – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Dave DiNatale, No Sleep Kills
Joel Sutherland, No Sleep Kills
No Sleep Kills was the 1st Place Winner of the Health 2.0 Boston Big Data Code-a-thon!

zenithech

Zenithech – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Deepak Srivastava, Zenithech MEDZ, a dashboard developed by Zenithech, is a rich and interactive web based dashboard that was developed as part of the Medicare data Developer's Challenge sponsored by IMPAQ International and NORC at the University of Chicago. The dashboard displays an aggregate view of the newly published public use files (PUF's) for Medicare Claims. The dashboard will help the end user get easy access to the rich dataset as well as give the user necessary tools ...
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.

axial exchange

Axial Exchange – Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase

Matt Mattox, Axial Exchange A web-based application that enables information to flow to a patient’s next care setting so that providers have what they need, when they need it, and to engage patients with the information and tools needed to improve their health knowledge and enhance their ownership of after-care responsibilities.  It bridges care-transition gaps across the entire care delivery chain, from first-responders and hospitals on through to providers and patients at ...
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Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase – Jean-Luc Neptune ...

Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0 Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Farzad is the fourth National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS. This was his third time at Health 2.0 including running a Town Hall and being on a panel with Patients last Fall in San Francisco. Most of his day job is taken up with following throug ...
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Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase Intro with Indu Subaiya & ...

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0 Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0 Since its introduction in 2010, we've seen tremendous growth in The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.  Since 2011 Health 2.0 (with our partners at Capitol Consulting Corporation) has been working with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to run the Investing in Innovations (i2) initiative, which offers prize challenges to ...