Phase 1 Winner Announcement
Phase 1 Winners
AgilisIT: AgilisIT™'s solution focuses on patient engagement, ease of use for physicians, and EHR integration to encourage the digital collection of PRO data. The patient-centered app offers both mobile and web applications, enabling patients to receive reminders and track their own progress, while providers can receive patient health notifications and easily review data to prepare treatment plans based on patient priorities.
Asymmetrik: Asymmetrik's Phoenix Integration Platform™ allows healthcare providers to use FHIR® to leverage existing investments in data infrastructure simplify data analytics to make informed decisions across health systems and deploy secure, data-driven applications for researchers, doctors, and patients. Built on the award-winning Phoenix Server™, Asymmetrik's patient-engagement solution can help healthcare providers improve patient engagement and care coordination by exchanging PRO data with patients, targeting patients with low response rates or certain medical conditions, and analyzing responses in real time.
Booz Allen Hamilton: DEXi Care Map™ is an application designed to allow patients to interact directly with their providers, including inputs from wearables, and has an easy-to-understand interface viewable to both the patient and provider that tracks progress. Using a combination of artificial intelligence, machine intelligence, and natural language processing, DEXi Care Map can provide tailored information to patients and providers, and is able to parse user input and feedback into structured data.
Health Wizz: The Health Wizz™ solution incentivizes patients to provide sought-after data through "Campaigns" (e.g., Chronic Disease Management Campaign, Patient-Reported Outcome Campaign, etc.). Participants can choose to accept Campaign invitations and receive rewards for participation. The data can be entered and tracked on the patient's mobile device or wearable and transferred into an EHR system accessible to clinicians.
1upHealth: ProUp™ is a secure, patient-facing application developed by 1upHealth that facilitates seamless integration between EHR systems and PRO data collected via easy-to-complete PRO questionnaires.
Qidza Inc: Qidza's ProNoggin™ mobile app is designed to improve the collection of PRO data by addressing health literacy gaps via simple designs, increasing patient engagement via personalization, and improving data aggregation and sharing via FHIR integration.
cliexa: Tailored for tracking chronic disease activity, cliexa®'s Platform for Chronic Care Management enables clinicians to fully leverage patient-reported data through allowing assessment customization; EMR integration; facial and voice recognition using AI; FDA-linked databases for medication-tracking functions, body maps, and pain diagrams; and a reimbursement framework.
PEER Technologies, PLLC: PEER Technologies utilizes the Shared Decision Making process between patients and providers in a user-friendly application that strives to improve patient knowledge and satisfaction through producing benchmarked PRO scores for patients and risk/benefit evaluation when discussing surgery. Patients easily enter PRO data regarding non-specific low back pain and are presented with comprehendible recommendations, including personalized estimates of normative outcomes based on patients' age, sex, and other features.
PRISM: PRISM™ is an application developed by a multi-disciplinary team that enhances the quality of clinical discussion between healthcare providers and patients by providing the option for patients to fill out PRO questions before or during office visits via a mobile application or website. Patients can compare their health trends to the overall population, while providers and healthcare organizations have access to the PRO data from within the EHR. Providers have the ability to send individual reminders to patients, and they can use dashboards to track population trends and patient response rates.
Social & Scientific Systems PatientPort: PatientPort™ is a secure, patient-centric application leveraging a user-friendly interface to maximize engagement. The application is built to provide interoperability with user devices, regardless of operating system, and can be integrated with commercially available EHR products to promote adoption by both health systems and patients.
The 10 Phase 1 winners will now move to Phase 2 Development. The teams will compete for $35,000 for the first-place winner, $30,000 for the second-place winner, and $25,000 for the third-place winner. The applications will be evaluated based on the technical merit, usability and functionality, and deployability of their fully functioning application.