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Rwjf_Games_Webinar_Slides_020413

  1. 1. RWJF: Games to Generate Data Webinar Presentation Date: February 4th, 2013
  2. 2. On today s call: Michael Painter Ben Sawyer JL Neptune Jenn Stone Senior Program President Senior Vice President Challenge Manager Officer RWJF Digitalmill Health 2.0 Health 2.0
  3. 3. Agenda for Today s Webinar   RWJF and Aligning Forces for Quality Overview   Background   Challenge Goals   Challenge Phases   Evaluation Criteria   Timeline   Resources   Q & A
  4. 4. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation   RWJF   Aligning Forces for Quality   16 Communities   10 year initiative   Improving Community Health Care   What about Community Health?   Aligning Forces Developer Challenges   Why an Aligning Forces game?
  5. 5. Challenge Background   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) Initiative Challenges:   #1: RWJF Aligning Forces Challenge   #2: RWJF Games to Generate Data Challenge   Gamification in health
  6. 6. Challenge Goals   Create apps that use gaming and gamification concepts to generate health data that can be incorporated into the Aligning Forces data set   Target AF4Q geographies, scalable for others   Generate new health data
  7. 7. Challenge Details   Game app focus:   Increasinghealth outcomes and healthcare quality   Reducing overall spending on community health   Improving overall community health   Target audience:   Players = citizens seeking to improve personal health and optimize community health   Data:   Generate useful health care quality data   Use Aligning Forces performance data and other public data sources (County Health Ranking and Roadmaps data, healthdata.gov)
  8. 8. The Challenge   Phase I – Ideation   Submission requirements: written document (< 8 pgs) describing software, data generation and community deployment approach   Awards: 5 Finalists awarded $5,000 each and eligibility for Phase II   Phase II – Development   Eligibility: Phase I Finalist   Submission requirements: working game application, slide deck (8 slides), and demo video (5 min)   Awards: First Place $100,000 and demo opportunity, Second Place $50,000, Third Place $25,000
  9. 9. Evaluation Criteria   Potential for data generated to improve health and health care (weighted most heavily)   Creativity and innovation   Game/gamification design characteristics that drive engagement and experience   Design, usability and intuitiveness   Effective integration of Aligning Forces and County Health Rankings data, etc.   Potential and realistic plans for adoption in the community that minimally generates a quality data set, and engages as many people in doing it   Extra credit: apps that help community leaders improve Aligning Forces community healthcare
  10. 10. Timeline   Phase I launch: December 5, 2012   Phase I end: February 22, 2013   Finalists announced: March 8, 2013   Phase II start: March 11, 2013   Phase II end: July 29, 2013   Winners announced: September 2, 2013
  11. 11. Resources -- Data Sets   ForAligning Forces performance data, email Jenn Stone (jstone@health2con.com)   Additional data from the County Health Rankings Challenge   Available for download -- see Health 2.0’s Games to Generate Data Challenge website   healthdata.gov
  12. 12. Questions? www.health2challenge.com Contact Jenn Stone at: jstone@health2con.com

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