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PAMF 2014 Developer Challenge Webinar

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  • 1. Palo Alto Medical Foundation linkAges™ Developer Challenge Leveraging Data to Connect Community June 25, 2014
  • 2. On Today’s Call Martin Entwistle Executive Director Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation June 25, 2014
  • 3. Agenda for Today’s Meeting An Introduction to “linkAges™ Developer Challenge “Leveraging Data to Connect Community” • 3 month Developer Challenge – Kicked-off June 11th • Deep-dive Workshop, Sunnyvale, CA – July 1st • Submissions Close – September 8th • Short-list 5 Finalists – September 22nd • Judging Event – October 11th Q&A About the Challenge June 25, 2014
  • 4. linkAges™ Developer Challenge Partnership between Palo Alto Medical Foundation a large, not-for-profit integrated health-care provider located in Silicon Valley, and Health 2.0
  • 5. The Innovation Center acts to catalyze, invent, and deploy breakthrough innovations in wellbeing that enable PAMF to fulfill its vision as a health partner for the people and communities it serves. We apply a human-centered design approach and leverage technology as an enabler to create scalable solutions that address the pressing health challenges of our time. Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation
  • 6. The Problem to Solve - Successful Aging in Seniors “The hard thing about getting old is that your world dies before you do.” Lonely, Isolated and at Risk! June 25, 2014
  • 7. Successful Aging – a Significant Challenge • Aims and Objectives – Seniors wish to age independently; in homes and communities. – Loneliness and quality of life significantly impact health • Large Scale Problem – 10,000 Baby Boomers in the U.S. turn 65 daily – By 2030 1 in 4 residents of Santa Clara County will be over 60 June 25, 2014
  • 8. Successful Aging – a Significant Challenge • Barriers – Array of challenges; complex health issues, social isolation, and difficulty accessing support and resources – Health service for seniors - fragmented, high cost, and suboptimal outcomes – Breakdown in community and families scattered across the Nation • Impact on Families and Caregivers – Family and friends are the sole caregivers for 78% of seniors – Annual economic impact of caregiving : $17.1 to $33.6 billion June 25, 2014
  • 9. Disruptive Innovation Through Human Centered Design
  • 10. Ethnography – Identifying the Problem to Solve Unsupported and at Risk Trapped in Suburbia! June 25, 2014
  • 11. – Dynamic, Integrated System to Support Successful Aging • Shift from focus on responses to crises and treating an acute health event • Shift to systems that enable seniors to age successfully in the community • Drive community support for individuals at home • Change the health behaviors of individuals • Enable preemptive action through signal detection • Expand horizons • Support the Caregivers • Support and care in the context of an individual’s life
  • 12. 1 2 4 3linkAges Profile linkAges Connect linkAges List linkAges TimeBank Capturing your needs and interests to identify personalized resources and services. Discovering elder-friendly services and resources through community-generated reviews. Proactively detecting changes in an elder’s physical and social health status. Building community and social engagement through neighborly service exchange. linkAges™ a Dynamic, Community Focused System to Support Successful Aging
  • 13. linkAges Senior Personal Profile – Capturing Social Situation, Needs, and Interests
  • 14. linkAges Senior Personal Profile – Capturing Social Situation, Needs, and Interests
  • 15. Every hour of service that you spend doing something for another member earns you 1 hour (Time Dollar). Everyone gets to contribute. All contributions are valued equally. Builds intergenerational relationships. There can be 3 kinds of members : Individuals, Organizations (e.g. YMCA), businesses (e.g. Red Rock Coffee). A community-based service exchange network which connects neighbors with neighbors to exchange skills and interests and meet needs.
  • 16. Offers and Requests Between TimeBank Members – Take Place Online
  • 17. Member Account Page Your Offers Your Requests Your Groups Your Messages Your Service History About You Your Calendar
  • 18. LinkAges System – Designed to Build and Sustain Community
  • 19. Expanding Across the Local Communities
  • 20. Driving Connections to Build Community
  • 21. 1 2 4 3linkAges Profile linkAges Connect linkAges List linkAges TimeBank Capturing your needs and interests to identify personalized resources and services. Discovering elder-friendly services and resources through community- generated reviews. Proactively detecting changes in an elder’s physical and social health status. Building community and social engagement through neighborly service exchange. linkAges™ is Data Rich – How to Leverage the Opportunity June 25, 2014
  • 22. Leveraging Data – Lateral Thinking June 25, 2014 We Are Seeking Your Creative Solutions!
  • 23. linkAges™ Future State – Smart Access to Personalized Connections
  • 24. Driving Engagement & Building Community Partnerships
  • 25. YMCA Garden Ythe Community BBQ Cooking Class Red Rock Event TimeBank Growth
  • 26. linkAges™ Developer Challenge Leveraging Data to Connect Community • Show creative approaches to mining, interpreting and presenting the linkAges System data – Engaging Users – Tracking Community Growth • We are looking for the optimal ways of automating the process of matching service offers to requests • Help identify and build the social connections that expand the linkAges Community • We seek solutions that focus on seniors and caregivers, while respecting their privacy and security
  • 27. Submissions! Visualizations to show growing connections within the community of linkAges members Matching the explicit and implicit needs of members June 25, 2014
  • 28. Available Resources Restricted Data Set indicative of linkAges data • TimeBank service listings • Service exchanges between TimeBank members • Representative pairs of matching service listing offers and requests • Profile questions Available on signing Restricted Data use Agreement June 25, 2014
  • 29. Submissions - Key Requirements Text description of the solution • Describe the submission, the data used, the problem solved and the proposed method of deployment and use PowerPoint presentation of 10 – 15 slides • Outline the solution and how it meets the goals of the challenge Functional working prototype • Demonstrating the proposed solution’s capabilities and functionality June 25, 2014
  • 30. Judging and Prizes Judging criteria for the proposed solution • Addresses one or more explicit problems; engaging users OR tracking community growth (30%) • Potential to have a material impact on the problem (25%) • Innovation and creativity (20%) • Socially acceptable (15%) • Affordable, sustainable, & scalable (10%) Prizes • First $10,000, Second $5,000, Third $1,000 • Potential for winning team to work in PAMF accelerator for 6 months June 25, 2014
  • 31. Timeline Kick-off! • June 11th Briefing Webinar • June 24th Deep-dive Workshop • Silicon Valley July 1st Submissions • Deadline September 8th • 5 teams present to judges Oct 11th June 25, 2014
  • 32. Deep-dive Workshop Sunnyvale, CA – July 1st, 2014 Your chance to learn more and ask questions – 4:00 – 8:00 pm Dinner Provided! – The Developer Challenge Briefing – Overview of the linkAges System – Making a Successful Submission – What Are the Problems to Solve in Leveraging Data to Connect Community – Q&A Sign-up Online June 25, 2014
  • 33. The PAMF Innovation Center is looking for expansive, outside-the-box thinking, so this is a place for BOLDideas. Unprecedented opportunity for teams to demonstrate solutions and work in partnership with a nationally recognized health care provider. Join This Challenge! June 25, 2014
  • 34. Create Connections & Activate Community Show us how!
  • 35. Sign-up Now! Contact: Jennifer David, Health 2.0 jenniferd@health2con.com Challenge Website: http://bit.ly/pamfchallenge Follow us on Twitter: @pamfinnovation and @paloaltomedical #linkAges

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