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PAMF linkAges Webinar Slides 4/5/12

  1. 1. Overview Webinar April 5, 2012April 5, 2012
  2. 2. On Today’s Call: JL Neptune Martin Entwistle Senior Vice Executive Director President Druker Center for Health 2.0 Health Systems InnovationApril 5, 2012
  3. 3. Agenda for Today’s MeetingAn Introduction to the Palo Alto MedicalFoundation Innovation Center and “linkAges”Developer Challenge and Accelerator Project • Kick-off Event April 14th and 15th • 3 month Developer Challenge • 6 month Accelerator ProgramQ&A About the ChallengeApril 5, 2012
  4. 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.April 5, 2012
  5. 5. Successful Aging – a Big Problem:• Health care for seniors is characterized by fragmented services, high cost, and suboptimal outcomes.• Ignores critical aspects of quality of life that significantly impact health, particularly social and behavioral determinants.• Each day for the next 18 years over 10,000 Baby Boomers in the U.S. turn 65.• In 1990, 1 in 8 residents of Santa Clara County was over age 60. By 2010, that grew to 1 in 6. By 2030 it will be over 1 in 4.• Vast majority of rapidly growing senior population express the desire to age independently in place in their homes and communities.• Many face an array of challenges; complex health issues, potential for social isolation, and difficulty accessing existing community resourcesApril 5, 2012
  6. 6. The Problem to Solve:• Ensure that everyone has access to excellent health care whenever and wherever they need it.• Move from focus in current health care system on acute and sick-care, which does not meet needs adequately or cost effectively .• Shift from focus on responses to crises, treating an acute health event, to systems that enable preemptive action through signal detection• Create systems capable of changing the health behaviors of individuals, and the health environment• Drive active community engagement to support individuals to be healthy and sustained at homeApril 5, 2012
  7. 7. linkAges™ - The Vision:• PAMF has embarked on an initiative to create a new paradigm in the way we think of health and healthcare by actively creating and building a highly functional, coordinated and scalable ecosystem to sustain Successful Aging - linkAges™.• It will address the physical and social determinants of health, leveraging social services and caregivers already in the community, and partnering with professional healthcare teams - linkAges™.April 5, 2012
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. linkAges™ Developer ChallengeFocus on Signal Detection:The developer challenge is focused on one of the key linkAges system components“Signal Detection,”, tracking and interpreting data that will forewarn of impendingevents with the potential for significant negative consequences.We are asking developers to explore Signal Detection, the creative detection anduse of signals of physical and social health of our seniors to proactively improvehealth outcomes and quality of life.We are particularly interested in community-based signals that are not currentlycaptured and leveraged within the traditional clinical care setting:• Select signals that are important and relevant to senior health and quality of life• Prototype creative systems in which those signals could be detected, analyzed and meaningfully visualized by appropriate parties• Show what actions would be taken as a result• Demonstrate how that would improve the health of a population of seniors in the community.• Explain how the solution would be deployed, scaled and maintainedApril 5, 2012
  10. 10. Our Challenge to You: The PAMF Innovation Center is looking for expansive, outside-the-box thinking, so this is a place for BOLD ideas. We are looking for developer teams who are aligned with our Successful Aging mission and share our passion for innovative solutions.March 15, 2012
  11. 11. Developer Challenge Phases: Phase Description Weekend Kick-off Focus on identification of creative solutions; brainstorming, storyboarding, and creating preliminary wireframes 3 month Challenge Advance solution concept and submit working prototype 6 month Accelerator Refine prototype, interface with (for the winner) linkAges system and evaluate solution in real-world useApril 5, 2012
  12. 12. Kick-off Weekend AgendaApril 14th and 15th: Timing Activity Saturday April 14th Education Session 8:30 – 1:00 • Todd Park, U.S. CTO, Eric Dishman, Intel , Paul Tang, PAMF CITO Lunch Saturday April 14th Team-Work 2.00 – 6.00 • Nailing the problem to solve, Hot signals to capture Networking Sunday April 15th Team-Work 8:00 – 12:00 • Create solution framework; signals, devices, comms, outputs Lunch Sunday April 15th Pitches 1:00 - • Create solution realization; storyboard, wireframe, walkthrough • Pitch solution Judging and Announcement of Winner Computer History Museum, 1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View: 5, 2012
  13. 13. Who Should Attend:• Significant opportunity for visionary people to jumpstart their business and work with a leading edge Silicon Valley health provider• A “need to be there” for early stage companies or developers targeting seniors with their solutions!• In “must attend” for those who are focused on signal detection and data visualization (quantified self, mobile tech, etc)April 5 , 2012
  14. 14. Evaluation Criteria:• Meets deliverable requirements (10%)• Addresses a significant problem fundamental to senior health and well-being (20%)• Potential to impact identified problem (15%)• Implementability within project timeline (15%)• Fit with linkAges system design (10%)• Innovation and creativity (15%)• Affordable, sustainable, & scalable (10%)• Quality of presentation (5%)April 5, 2012
  15. 15. Awards:• Kick-off Event – Concept Creation – First Prize - $1,000 – Second Prize - $500 – Third Prize - $250• 3 Month Developer Challenge – Prototype Creation – To be confirmed• 6 Month Accelerator – Solution Delivery – Integrate and deliver solution within linkAges system – Validate in “real-world” situation – If successful, establish partnership agreement with PAMFApril 5, 2012
  16. 16. Timeline:o Kick-off Meeting April 14th and 15tho Winners Announced April 15tho 3 Month Developer Challenge April 30th (Briefing and Kick-Off)o Developer Challenge Closes July 30tho Developer Challenge Judging August 13tho Winner Announced October 1sto Winner Commences Accelerator October 1st (6 month Program)April 5, 2012
  17. 17. For More Information and Registration: Contact Jean-Luc Neptune: Follow us on Twitter:@pamfinnovation and @paloaltomedical #linkAges