Informational Webinar - February 19, 2013 Sponsored by:
Speaking on today s call: Julie Chan JL Neptune Jenn Stone Anjana Rajan Senior Project Manager Senior Vice President Challenge Manager Technologist NYCEDC Health 2.0 Health 2.0 Janssen Healthcare Innovation
Also on today s call: Chelsea Rao Lenzie Harcum Peter Robinson Serena Pietruszka Polina Hanin Assistant VP VP Business Business Project Manager Scholarship Development Development Lead Director Biosciences NYCEDC ChallengePost ChallengePost Startup Health NYCEDC
Eds & Meds NYC 2020 NYCEDC’s strategic overview of the NYC life sciences and healthcare technology sectors NYC is uniquely positioned to become the hub of healthcare technology innovation and entrepreneurship Part of a portfolio of NYCEDC initiatives Innovate Health Tech NYC PILOT Health Tech NYC Entrepreneurship Lab for Bio & Health Tech SBIR Impact NYC Other initiatives on the way
The Challenge NYC is challenging local health tech innovators to develop commercially viable technologies to solve urgent health care problems Goals Recognize the best emerging healthcare technologies by NYC innovators Spur the creation of NYC-based healthcare technology companies and jobs Address urgent needs in healthcare
Challenge Details Submission requirements: Product prototype Demo video Documentation 10 Finalists chosen: 9 by a panel of judges 1 by popular vote
Challenge Details Pitch Prep: 10 Finalists will be coached by Startup Health on the art of the pitch and presentation slides Demo Day: 10 Finalists will pitch their solutions in front of a panel of judges and large audience Awards: $25,000 Grand Prize $15,000 Second Prize $10,000 Third Prize
Evaluation Criteria Entrieswill be judged on the: Quality of the Idea (creativity and originality) Quality of UX (design, visual aesthetic, ease of use) Potential Impact (on an urgent healthcare need) Commercial Potential (feasibility of distribution to target users, scalability, and potential demand) Quality of Team (prior successes and experience of team members and capacity of the team to execute and bring the technology to market).
Eligibility Eligible individuals, teamsof individuals, corporations, orgs based in NYC and which employ up to 10 employees 18 years old or over, NYC residents or employees individuals may participate with >1 “team” Ineligible sponsor, administrator or contractor involved with the competition organization/individual associated with any judge
Priority Areas Novel Technologies Wireless health and home monitoring devices Consumer or enterprise technology Data use Data analysis: improve outcomes/reduce care cost Pop. level data analytics and predictive modeling Process Improvement Care coordination and integration Productivity enhancements, streamlining processes
Priority Areas (cont.) Patient Management Tools to improve patient compliance and disease management Medication adherence and medication checking Tools to improve communication and patient satisfaction metrics Tools to manage clinical trials and patient networks Effective marketing methods for new patients
Timeline Submission phase ends: May 2, 2013 Judging and Public voting period: May 22, 2013 – June 13, 2013 Winners announced: June 18, 2013 For 10 Finalists only: Pitch Coaching Sessions: June 21, 2013, June 27, 2013, and July 8, 2013. Demo Day and Winner Announcement: July 10, 2013
Questions? www.innovatehealthtechnyc.com Ask a question in the discussion forum or email Jenn Stone email@example.com
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