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RWJF: Hospital PriceTransparency ChallengeWebinar PresentationDate: June 18th, 2013
On today’s call:KathyHempsteadSenior ProgramOfficerRWJFJean-LucNeptuneSenior VicePresidentHealth 2.0HemaliThakkarChallenge...
Agenda for Today’s Webinar RWJF Challenge Background & Goals Challenge Categories & Phases Timeline Resources CMS Da...
Robert Wood JohnsonFoundationMission: To improve the health and health careof all Americans
Background Robert Wood Johnson Foundation previouschallenges: #1: RWJF Aligning Forces Challenge #2: RWJF Games to Gene...
Challenge Goals The RWJF Hospital Price Data Challenge isdesigned to increase understanding and useof recently released C...
Challenge Categories Category A: Visualizations Static or Interactive Provide effective data visualizations that help t...
Category A: Visualization Only 1 Phase Submission requirements (submit viavisualizing.org): visualization, video pitch (...
Category B: Apps & Tools Phase I – Concept Submission requirements: text description of concept (250words), wireframes, ...
Category A: Timeline Launch: June 3, 2013 Deadline: August 25, 2013 Winners notified: September 15, 2013 Winners annou...
Category B: Timeline Phase I launch: June 3, 2013 Phase I end: August 4, 2013 Finalists announced: September 16, 2013 ...
Resources -- Data Sets CMS Pricing Data (Inpatient) CMS Pricing Data (Outpatient) Health Indicators Warehouse Healthda...
Hospital Charge Analysis usingMedicare Claims DataRWJF Hospital Price Transparency Challenge Data WebinarOffice of Informa...
Methods
Documentation
Data
Excel Filtering2,750 hospitals that performed major jointreplacement without complications orcomorbidities are included in...
Average Covered Charges and Average PaymentsDRG 470 in NJ: Hospitals with 100 or more dischargesEach pair of bars represen...
Data Usage Statistics: Downloads by Stateas of 5/13/2013, 4 PMBubble Size represents the number of downloads. In the US, t...
Data Usage Statistics: Sample ofcountries that have downloaded dataas of 5/13/2013, 4 PMThe charge data has been downloade...
Questions?Pre-Register!www.health2challenge.comContact Hemali Thakkar at:hemali@health2con.com
RWJF Hospital Price Transparency Challenge Data Webinar Slides
RWJF Hospital Price Transparency Challenge Data Webinar Slides
RWJF Hospital Price Transparency Challenge Data Webinar Slides
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  1. 1. RWJF: Hospital PriceTransparency ChallengeWebinar PresentationDate: June 18th, 2013
  2. 2. On today’s call:KathyHempsteadSenior ProgramOfficerRWJFJean-LucNeptuneSenior VicePresidentHealth 2.0HemaliThakkarChallengeManagerHealth 2.0Chris PowersDirector,InformationProducts GroupCMS
  3. 3. Agenda for Today’s Webinar RWJF Challenge Background & Goals Challenge Categories & Phases Timeline Resources CMS Data Overview Q & A
  4. 4. Robert Wood JohnsonFoundationMission: To improve the health and health careof all Americans
  5. 5. Background Robert Wood Johnson Foundation previouschallenges: #1: RWJF Aligning Forces Challenge #2: RWJF Games to Generate Data Challenge Now #3: Hospital Price Transparency Challenge
  6. 6. Challenge Goals The RWJF Hospital Price Data Challenge isdesigned to increase understanding and useof recently released CMS hospital price data. Category A: Visualizations Category B: Apps & ToolsUse of outside data is encouraged.
  7. 7. Challenge Categories Category A: Visualizations Static or Interactive Provide effective data visualizations that help thepublic understand, explore and interpret the pricedata Category B: Apps & Tools Provide an analytical capacity Improve health care decision-making
  8. 8. Category A: Visualization Only 1 Phase Submission requirements (submit viavisualizing.org): visualization, video pitch (3 minutes),250 word text description Deadline: August 25 Prizes: Interactive 1st Place - $9K | 2nd Place - $7K | 3rd Place - $3K Static 1st Place - $6K | 2nd Place - $3.5K | 3rd Place - 1.5K
  9. 9. Category B: Apps & Tools Phase I – Concept Submission requirements: text description of concept (250words), wireframes, 10 slides Awards: 5 Finalists awarded $5,000 each and eligibility forPhase II Deadline: August 4 Phase II – Development Eligibility: Phase I Finalist Submission requirements: working application, slide deck (10slides), and demo video (5 min), description Awards: First Place $50,000 and demo opportunity, SecondPlace $10,000, Third Place $5,000
  10. 10. Category A: Timeline Launch: June 3, 2013 Deadline: August 25, 2013 Winners notified: September 15, 2013 Winners announced: October 1, 2013 atHealth 2.0 Fall Conference
  11. 11. Category B: Timeline Phase I launch: June 3, 2013 Phase I end: August 4, 2013 Finalists announced: September 16, 2013 Phase II end: November 3, 2013 Winners announced: December 9, 2013
  12. 12. Resources -- Data Sets CMS Pricing Data (Inpatient) CMS Pricing Data (Outpatient) Health Indicators Warehouse Healthdata.gov Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us
  13. 13. Hospital Charge Analysis usingMedicare Claims DataRWJF Hospital Price Transparency Challenge Data WebinarOffice of Information Products and DataAnalyticsCenters for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesJune 18, 2013
  14. 14. Methods
  15. 15. Documentation
  16. 16. Data
  17. 17. Excel Filtering2,750 hospitals that performed major jointreplacement without complications orcomorbidities are included in the file.Of these 2,750 hospitals, 60 were in thestate of New Jersey.Of the 60 hospitals in New Jersey, 30 had atleast 100 discharges in fiscal year 2011.
  18. 18. Average Covered Charges and Average PaymentsDRG 470 in NJ: Hospitals with 100 or more dischargesEach pair of bars represents an individual hospital.
  19. 19. Data Usage Statistics: Downloads by Stateas of 5/13/2013, 4 PMBubble Size represents the number of downloads. In the US, this figureranged from 221 in Wyoming to 11,972 in California.
  20. 20. Data Usage Statistics: Sample ofcountries that have downloaded dataas of 5/13/2013, 4 PMThe charge data has been downloaded by individuals in over 50 countries.
  21. 21. Questions?Pre-Register!www.health2challenge.comContact Hemali Thakkar at:hemali@health2con.com

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