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HDI Entrepreneurs' BootCamp - The BootCamp Cards

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The idea Template is high level, these cards are the card from the game designed to get more granular in connecting data with a market need - aka Mad-libs Meets Speed Dating …

The idea Template is high level, these cards are the card from the game designed to get more granular in connecting data with a market need - aka Mad-libs Meets Speed Dating
[PRO TIP: Print the cards 6-8 to a page and cut, each set in different colors, have teams pull each color card to fill in the corresponding blank on the pitch card]

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  • 1. INSTRUCTIONS1 – Find a GroupFind a friend, or better yet someone you would never typically work with – ideallyfolks completely outside your expertise and even comfort.Pro Tip: Make sure they’re fun.2 – Play the GameCreate some Pitch Cards, Mad-Libs style. Fill in the blanks and use the TaxonomyCards for ideas. Find a “White Hat” to help and pick their brain. Now put together apitch and make it your own (be able to speak to it and answer questions).(Note: you must use at least one source from Public Data.)Pro Tip: Go fast and do a bunch of these – the key is repetition.3 – Make Your PitchUse your Pitch Cards as notes. Sort through them and find the best. When we startthe ‘sharing’ portion, send a representative to make a 30-second pitch to the world.Pro Tip: Sharing is key – we want to hear what you’ve come up with – and don’t mindthe “Judges,” they’re here to ask questions and push us.
  • 2. PITCH CARDOur idea is: _________________________________________It’s a ______________________ Product…for the ______________________ Market.It addresses the ______________________ Business Need…for the ______________________ Population …in the ______________________ Segment.It will use ______________________ for Source Dataand ______________________ as Measurement Data…specifically Public Data from ______________________ .We’ll have to watch out for ______________________ Barriers…but we’ll have ______________________ as Competitive Advantages.
  • 3. PITCH CARDOur idea is: _________________________________________It’s a ______________________ Product…for the ______________________ Market.It addresses the ______________________ Business Need…for the ______________________ Population …in the ______________________ Segment.It will use ______________________ for Source Dataand ______________________ as Measurement Data…specifically Public Data from ______________________ .We’ll have to watch out for ______________________ Barriers…but we’ll have ______________________ as Competitive Advantages.
  • 4. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersData Access(Availability, Cost, Etc.)
  • 5. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersData Quality(Time/Frequency/Delay, Quality, Volume, Etc.)
  • 6. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersSales(Owner/Decision Maker, ‘Need’, Budget, Etc.)
  • 7. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersMarket(Readiness, Displacement, Disintermediation, Etc.)
  • 8. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersScalability / Complexity(System / Architecture, Personnel,Product-vs.-‘Customization’, Etc.)
  • 9. TAXONOMY CARD: BarriersEtc.(What are other Significant Barriers?)
  • 10. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedCost Savings
  • 11. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedClinical Quality Improvement
  • 12. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedCustomer Service Improvement
  • 13. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedMember Satisfaction Improvement
  • 14. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedIncrease Sales(Market Share, Preferred Products, Etc.)
  • 15. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedReduce Switching(Competitors, Product Fallout,Retention/Loss Conversion, Etc.)
  • 16. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedCompetitive Differentiation
  • 17. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedBuild Brand
  • 18. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedReduce Disparity
  • 19. TAXONOMY CARD: Business NeedEtc.(What’s another Great Business Need?)
  • 20. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesData(Source, Frequency, Grain, Volume,‘Proprietary’ Nature / Access, Etc. )
  • 21. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesSystem / Technology(Architecture, ‘Pipes’, “Cool” New Tech, Etc. )
  • 22. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesUsability(Design, User Experience, Learning / Teaching,Pretty Colors, Etc. )
  • 23. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesIntelligence(Metrics, Indexes, Benchmarks, Prediction, Etc. )
  • 24. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesCharm(Winning Personality, Good Looks, Etc. )
  • 25. TAXONOMY CARD: Competitive AdvantagesEtc.(What are other Significant Competitive Advantages?)
  • 26. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketPayer(Size, Non/Profit Status, Etc.)
  • 27. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketHospital
  • 28. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketProvider
  • 29. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketLong Term Care
  • 30. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketPrimary Benefits Manager
  • 31. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketPharma
  • 32. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketAccountable Care Organization
  • 33. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketDirect to Consumer
  • 34. TAXONOMY CARD: MarketEtc.(What’s another Great Market?)
  • 35. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataProgram / Intervention(Disease Management, Health Engagement Management,Productivity Program, Nutrition Application, Etc.)
  • 36. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataPublic(Census, CMS Sample Claims Syn DE-PUF, Provider Cost/Charge,Performance/STAR ratings, Etc.)
  • 37. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataClaims(Provider, Payer, Third Party Administrator,ASO Employer, PBM, Etc.)
  • 38. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataElectronic Health / Medical Record
  • 39. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataLab
  • 40. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataFinancial(Cost / Expense, Revenue, Profit, Market Share, Etc.)
  • 41. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataWeb / Social Media / Mobile
  • 42. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataBio-Metric / Device(Blood Glucose Meter, GPS Running Watch,Old-Timey Strength Meter, Carnival Love Meter)
  • 43. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataCommercially Available Profiles(Credit Card, Magazine/Catalog Subscriptions,Mailing List, Political Donor Registry,Drug/Pharma Medical Supply Registries,Internet Registries, Etc.)
  • 44. TAXONOMY CARD: Measurement DataEtc.(What are other Great Measurement Data?)
  • 45. TAXONOMY CARD: PopulationClinical(Chronic, Wellness, Behavioral, Etc.)
  • 46. TAXONOMY CARD: PopulationSocio-Demographic(Gender, Age, Affluence, Race, Rural/Urban, Etc.)
  • 47. TAXONOMY CARD: PopulationProvider Access(High/Low Access, Preferred/Non-Preferred Status,Unwarranted Variation, Etc.)
  • 48. TAXONOMY CARD: PopulationEtc.(What’s another Great Population?)
  • 49. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductChronic(Disease Management, Case Management,Risk/Cost Stratification, Etc.)
  • 50. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductWellness(Nutrition Program, Productivity Program, Etc.)
  • 51. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductProvider Interaction(EH/MR, Office Work Flow Management,Value-Based Purchasing, Etc.)
  • 52. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductCustomer Service(CRM, Business Process Optimization, Etc.)
  • 53. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductCustomer Satisfaction(Direct Member Outreach, Advertising,Benefit Configuration, Etc.)
  • 54. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductDrug Prescription(Alert/Interaction Notification, Compliance Program,Home Delivery Program, Auto Refill Program,Generic “Switching” Program, Etc.)
  • 55. TAXONOMY CARD: ProductEtc.(What’s another Great Product?)
  • 56. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCMS Provider Charge Datahttp://www.cms.gov/Research-Statistics-Data-and-Systems/Statistics-Trends-and-Reports/Medicare-Provider-Charge-Data/index.htmlNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 57. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCMS Performance / STAR Datahttp://www.cms.gov/PrescriptionDrugCovGenIn/06_PerformanceData.aspNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 58. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCMS Part B National Summaryhttp://opengovdata.pbworks.com/Part-B-National-Summary-Data-FileNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 59. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataNursing Home Compare (CMS)http://opengovdata.pbworks.com/Nursing-Home-CompareNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 60. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataHospital Quality Compare (CMS/HQA)http://hospitalcompare.hhs.gov/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 61. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataConsumer Assessment of Healthcare Providersand Systems (CAHPS)https://www.cahps.ahrq.gov/default.aspNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 62. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCMS Cost Report (HCRIS)http://opengovdata.pbworks.com/Centers-for-Medicare-and-Medicaid-Services-Cost-Report-DataNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 63. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataHealth Indicators Warehouse (HIW)http://healthindicators.gov/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 64. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataDartmouth Atlas for Unwarranted Variationhttp://www.dartmouthatlas.org/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 65. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCommunity Health Status Indicators (HHS)http://www.communityhealth.hhs.gov/homepage.aspx?j=1Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 66. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataCounty Health Rankings & Roadmapshttp://www.countyhealthrankings.org/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 67. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataRobert Wood Johnson Foundation Aligning Forcesfor Quality (AF4Q)http://www.rwjf.org/qualityequality/af4q/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 68. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataDATA 2010 (Health Promotion Statistics at the NationalCenter for Health Statistics - Healthy People 2010)http://opengovdata.pbworks.com/DATA2010Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 69. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataFood Deserthttp://www.ers.usda.gov/data/fooddesert/fooddesert.htmlNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 70. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataShortage Designation: Health Professional ShortageAreas & Medically Underserved Areas/Populationshttp://bhpr.hrsa.gov/shortage/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 71. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataBehavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (CDC)http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/Note: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 72. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataNational Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)HEDIS and Quality Measurementhttp://www.ncqa.org/tabid/177/Default.aspxNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 73. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataNational Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPI)http://nppes.viva-it.com/NPI_Files.htmlNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 74. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataSupplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participationand Cost (SNAP)http://opengovdata.pbworks.com/Supplemental-Nutrition-Assistance-Program-Participation-and-Cost-DataNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 75. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataSubstance Abuse Treatment Episodes (N-SSATS)http://opengovdata.pbworks.com/National-Survey-of-Substance-Abuse-Treatment-ServicesNote: Make sure to check Level, Grain, Time and other Elements & Attributes tomake sure this will serve the intended use (contract/county, procedure codes, etc.)
  • 76. TAXONOMY CARD: Public DataEtc.(What are some other sources for Great Public Data?)
  • 77. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentCommercial Payer(Commercial, Commercial Slice, Individual,Overseas, Pet, Etc.)
  • 78. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentMedicare(Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Part D, Etc.)
  • 79. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentMedicaid(Adult, Pediatric, Etc.)
  • 80. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentEmployers(Small/Large, Administrative Services Only, Etc.)
  • 81. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentProduct Configuration(PPO, HMO, HDHP, Etc.)
  • 82. TAXONOMY CARD: SegmentEtc.(What’s another Great Segment?)
  • 83. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataProgram / Intervention(Disease Management, Health Engagement Management,Productivity Program, Nutrition Application, Etc.)
  • 84. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataPublic(Census, CMS Sample Claims Syn DE-PUF, Provider Cost/Charge,Performance/STAR ratings, Etc.)
  • 85. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataClaims(Provider, Payer, Third Party Administrator,ASO Employer, PBM, Etc.)
  • 86. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataElectronic Health / Medical Record
  • 87. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataLab
  • 88. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataFinancial(Expense, Revenue, Profit, Market Share, Etc.)
  • 89. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataWeb / Social Media / Mobile
  • 90. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataBio-Metric / Device(Blood Glucose Meter, GPS Running Watch,Old-Timey Strength Meter, Carnival Love Meter)
  • 91. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataCommercially Available Profiles(Credit Card, Magazine/Catalog Subscriptions,Mailing List, Political Donor Registry,Drug/Pharma Medical Supply Registries,Internet Registries, Etc.)
  • 92. TAXONOMY CARD: Source DataEtc.(What are other Great Source Data?)

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