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Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators App Challenge 12.16.11 Webinar Slide Deck Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators App Challenge 12.16.11 Webinar Slide Deck Presentation Transcript

  • Healthy People 2020Leading Health Indicators App Challenge Webinar Presentation Friday, December 16 2:00 pm EST
  • On today’s call: Adam Wong Program Analyst, ONC Carter Blakey Acting Director, ODPHP Linda HarrisHealth Communication/ eHealth Lead, ODPHP JL Neptune Senior Vice President, Health 2.0
  • Agenda for Today’s Meeting  ONC and the Investing in Innovation (i2) Program  A discussion of the Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators (LHIs)  AnIntroduction to the Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators App Challenge  Q&A About the Challenge
  • ONC and i2
  • i2 – Investing in InnovationsAdam Wongadam.wong@hhs.govOffice of the National Coordinator 5  
  • i2 Goals•  Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through Quality Improvement –  Further the mission of the Department of Health and Human Services –  Highlight programs, activities, and issues of concern•  Spur Innovation and Highlight Excellence –  Motivate, inspire, and lead•  Community building – Development of ecosystem•  Stimulate private sector investment 6  
  • Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators YOU INSERT SLIDES HERE
  • What Is Healthy People?•  A national agenda that communicates a vision for improving health and achieving health equity•  Creates a comprehensive strategic framework uniting health promotion and disease prevention issues under a single umbrella•  A set of science-based, measurable objectives with targets to be achieved by the year 2020•  Requires tracking of data-driven outcomes 8  
  • Evolution of Key Elements Healthy PeopleTarget  Year   1990   2000   2010   2020  Overarching   • Decrease   • Increase  span   •  Increase   • AAain  high-­‐quality,  longer  lives  Goals   mortality:   of  healthy  life   quality  and   free  of  preventable  disease   infants–adults   years  of   • Achieve  health  equity;  eliminate   • Reduce  health   healthy  life   dispari<es   • Increase   dispari<es   • Create  social  and  physical   independence   •  Eliminate   environments  that  promote  good   among  older   • Achieve  access   health   health   adults   to  preven<ve   dispari<es   • Promote  quality  of  life,  healthy   services  for  all   development,  healthy  behaviors   across  life  stages  #  Topic  Areas   15   22   28   42  #  Objec<ves/   226/NA   312/NA   467/1,000   ~600/1200  Measures  Leading  Health   N/A   N/A   22*   26*  Indicators  *selected  from  the  full  set  of  Healthy  People  objec<ves  
  • Leading Health Indicators(LHIs)•  What are the Leading Health Indicators (LHIs)?-  Targeted set of Healthy People 2020 objectives with targets.-  Communicate high-priority health issues-  Motivate action•  Why LHIs?Provide national organizations, states, local communities, businesses, andothers with a set of critical health issues that can have a major impact onimproving the health of the overall population. 10  
  • LHI Topics•  Access to Health Services •  Nutrition, Physical•  Clinical Preventive Services Activity, and Obesity•  Environmental Quality •  Oral Health•  Injury and Violence •  Reproductive and Sexual Health•  Maternal, Infant, and Child Health •  Social Determinants•  Mental Health •  Substance Abuse •  Tobacco 11  
  • LHI Tab
  • LHI Monthly Bulletin andWebinar•  In January ODPHP will launch a monthly series called, “Who’s Leading the Leading Health Indicators?”•  Series will include a monthly webinar•  For more information about the LHIs visit www.healthypeople.gov 14  
  • Sign up for bulletins
  • Connect with Healthy People•  Follow Healthy People on Twitter @gohealthypeople.•  Connect with Healthy People on LinkedIn.•  Join the Healthy People Consortium.•  Join the Healthy People listserv.•  Visit www.healthypeople.gov for up-to-date information and announcements.•  E-mail: HP2020@hhs.gov. 16  
  • The Challenge: “For developers and public health experts to co-design anapplication that makes the Leading Health Indicators (LHIs) customizable and easy to use ”
  • The Challenge: These apps should include tools that helpusers integrate: •     LHI  topic  areas,  measures  and  evidence-­‐based  resources     •     Community,  county  and  state  health  status  comparisons   •     Data  from  EHRs  to  assist  with  case  management   •     Real-­‐<me  communica<on  tools  to  stay  in  touch  with  peers     •     Web  or  mobile  curricula  to  teach  health  promo<on  and  disease    preven<on   •     Related  news,  analyses  and  blogs  from  outside  sources   •     Related  community  level  data,  combining  the  LHI  data  in  innova<ve  ways   •     Access  to  social  media  outlets  and  online  networking  communi<es  
  • Co-Design There are a number of way to co-design and build an app.  The first is to select a ‘persona’ or a specific user whomight find your application useful and to design with that person’s needs in mind. The second - the co-design step – is for developers toteam-up with a field expert who will help strategize the application’s design and subsequent realization.
  • LHI Topics•  Access to Health Services •  Nutrition, Physical•  Clinical Preventive Services Activity, and Obesity•  Environmental Quality •  Oral Health•  Injury and Violence •  Reproductive and Sexual Health•  Maternal, Infant, and Child Health •  Social Determinants•  Mental Health •  Substance Abuse •  Tobacco 23  
  • Co-Design:  Selecting a Persona How can your app make a difference?  The matrix provided on the Healthy People Challenge site offers numerous scenarios to help get you get started. To implement your initiative, you must select determinants for each of the following:a person, place and a Leading Health Indicator. 
  • Co-Design (continued):  Finding an Expert in the Field How can you get your app to make a difference? …the possibilities are endless.  Now that you know the type of app you want to build, decide what your app will do.   Pair up with an expert and co-design the app to solve a problem or revolutionize the way that work is done.
  • Evaluation Criteria 1.  Easy Access 2.  Platform Neutrality 3.  User Appeal 4.  Innovative Design 5.  Broad Applicability 6.  Integration of Health Data 7.  Evidence of Co-Design and Collaboration 8.  Bonus Points for Compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, use of plain language and use of health literacy principles
  • Timeline Submission Period Ends 03-09-12 Winner Announced 04-10-12 at the National Health Promotion Summit in Washington, DC
  • Prizes First Place: $10k Second Place: $3k Third Place: $2k
  • For More Information http://www.health2challenge.org Contact Jean-Luc Neptune: jl@health2challenge.org