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  • 1. Overview Webinar May 3, 2012May 3, 2012
  • 2. On Today’s Call: JL Neptune Martin Entwistle Senior Vice Executive Director President Druker Center for Health 2.0 Health Systems InnovationMay 3, 2012
  • 3. Agenda for Today’s MeetingAn Introduction to the Palo Alto MedicalFoundation Innovation Center and “linkAges™”Developer Challenge and Accelerator Project• Kick-off Event - Held April 14th and 15th• 3 month Developer Challenge - Started 30th• 6 month Accelerator Program – Available to WinnerQ&A About the ChallengeMay 3, 2012
  • 4. Background to linkAges™:The linkAges™ Developer Challenge and Accelerator Project hasbeen established by the Druker Center for Health SystemsInnovation, part of Palo Alto Medical Foundation a large, not-for-profit integrated health-care provider located in Silicon Valley, inpartnership with Health 2.0.May 3, 2012
  • 5. Successful Aging – a Big Problem:• Health care for seniors - fragmented services, high cost, and suboptimal outcomes.• Ignore importance of quality of life that significantly impacts health• Over next 18 years over 10,000 Baby Boomers in the U.S. turn 65 daily – In 1990, 1 in 8 residents of Santa Clara County was over age 60. – By 2010, 1 in 6 residents of Santa Clara County was over age 60 – By 2030 1 in 4 residents of Santa Clara County will be over 60• Majority of seniors wish to age independently; in homes and communities.• Array of challenges; complex health issues, potential for social isolation, and difficulty accessing existing community resourcesMay 3, 2012
  • 6. Impact of Baby Boomers:May 3, 2012
  • 7. The Problem to Solve: Trapped in Suburbia!Isolated and at RiskMay 3, 2012
  • 8. linkAges™ - A Vision for SuccessfulAging:How Would We Know? What Can We Do?May 3, 2012
  • 9. linkAges™ - A Vision for SuccessfulAging:• 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 – Enable preemptive action through signal detection – Change the health behaviors of individuals – Drive community support for individuals at homeMay 3, 2012
  • 10. PAMF linkAges™ - a dynamic, integrated system to support Successful Aging Resource Matching Signal Detection Senior Profile Find and connect with resourcesIdentify, mitigate and manage Capture my needs in the community that can helprisks to my physical and social preferences and manage risks to my physical andhealth that could compromise context in order to social health so I can continue tomy ability to live safely in my personalize my aging live safely in my homehome in place experience Microcommunities Find and connect with other people in the community with whom I can exchange services and support that help me remain independent in my home, stay socially- engaged, and maintain a sense of purpose and value as I age May 3, 2012
  • 11. linkAges™ - Systems Architecturean Important Enabler: Intelligent Engines EPIC EHR and PHR Data Data Interconnected System Components Specifications for: Systems interfacing Security Terminology Data Models Signal Source User Interface and System Access PAMFSLIST TIMEBANKING Resource Matching Social SupportMay 3, 2012
  • 12. linkAges™ Developer ChallengeCreate Signal Detection Solution:• Create solutions focused on “Signal Detection” – Detection and use of signals of physical and social health of our seniors – Tracking and interpreting data that will forewarn of impending events• Potential to significantly improve health outcomes and quality of life• Implementable for seniors living in their day to day worldMay 3, 2012
  • 13. linkAges™ Signal Detection UseCase• Mrs James is a 75 widow living alone in a 3 bedroom house in Mountain View, CA• In the last year she has become unsteady in her feet and has fallen twice. From time to time she gets a little confused and goes out to walk to the mall about 5 miles away• Her daughter Jill, lives in Texas and is worried that her mother is going to come to harm and no-one will be there to help• Conceive of a system that could alert PAMF, Jill and others that Mrs James has fallen or is wandering the neighborhood• Better still conceive of system that will alert that Mrs James is at risk of falling or wandering, allowing pre-emptive actionMay 3, 2012
  • 14. Signal Detection – Lateral ThinkingMay 3, 2012
  • 15. Kick-off Event – Example Solutions:May 3, 2012
  • 16. Submissions - Key Requirements:• Fully functional working prototype of the proposed solution• Demonstrate the Submissions capabilities and functionality• Accompanied by supporting documentation and a slide presentation describing the submission• Declare in writing any Pre-existing IPMay 3, 2012
  • 17. IP and Sponsor License:• PAMF wishes to collaborate with the winner and encourage ongoing development and deployment of the solution• Entrants retain ownership and rights to Submission IP• Entrants retain ownership and rights to pre-existing IP• PAMF seeks licensed rights to use the IP and create derivatives• Entrant grants the right to use the Submission to administer the Challenge, and for promotion May 3, 2012
  • 18. Evaluation Criteria:Criteria WeightAddresses a significant problem 30%fundamental to senior health and well-beingPotential to impact identified problem 25%Implementability and fit with linkAges 15%system designInnovation and creativity 15%Cost-effective, affordable, sustainable, & 15%scalableMay 3, 2012
  • 19. Evaluation Process: • Judging Panel will review submissions • Reserve right to short list a selected group of entrants • Short list entrants may be asked to present solution • Winner selected and announcedMay 3, 2012
  • 20. Awards:• 3 Month Developer Challenge – Prototype Creation – First Place: $5,000 + the chance to participate in the six- month accelerator program – Second Place: $3,000 – Third Place: $2,000• 6 Month Accelerator – Solution Delivery – Integrate and deliver solution within linkAges system – Validate in “real-world” situation – If successful, establish partnership agreement with PAMFMay 3, 2012
  • 21. Timeline: o 3 Month Developer Challenge April 30th Kick-Off o 3 Month Developer Challenge May 3rd Briefing o Developer Challenge Closes July 30th o Developer Challenge Judging August 13th o Winner Announced October 1st o Winner Commences Accelerator October 1st (6 month Program)May 3, 2012
  • 22. Who Should Participate: The PAMF Innovation Center is looking for expansive, outside-the-box thinking, so this is a place for BOLD ideas. Unprecedented opportunity for teams to demonstrate solutions and work in partnership with a nationally recognized health care provider.May 3, 2012
  • 23. May 3, 2012
  • 24. For More Information and Registration: http://innovation.pamf.org http://www.health2challenge.org Contact Jean-Luc Neptune: jl@health2challenge.org Follow us on Twitter:@pamfinnovation and @paloaltomedical #linkAges

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