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Blue Button Co-Design Webinar

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Blue Button Co-Design Webinar

  1. 1. Blue Button Co-Design ChallengeInformational Webinar6.19.13
  2. 2. Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology1On Today’s Call:• Adam Wong, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT• Rebecca Mitchell-Coelius, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT• Patricia Salber, Health Tech Hatch• Jean-Luc (“JL”) Neptune, Health 2.0• Graeme Ossey, Health 2.0Agenda:• Challenge Background and Goals• Blue Button Overview• Crowdsourcing ideas• Overview of Challenge Details• Q&A
  3. 3. ONC and i2 GoalsOffice of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology2• Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through QualityImprovement– Further the mission of the Department of Health and HumanServices– Highlight programs, activities, and issues of concern• Spur Innovation and Highlight Excellence– Motivate, inspire, and lead• Community building – Development of ecosystem• Stimulate private sector investment
  4. 4. A Brief History• First used by VA in 2010 on the myHealtheVetportal. 1 million downloads in first year.• Adopted by CMS, DoD, Aetna, United, and others• = Potential access to 1/3 of country!!
  5. 5. Patients: the Most UnderutilizedPart of the Health SystemOnly 10% to 20% of outcomes are determined by health care.
  6. 6. Patient Engagement = Better Care6Suffer a health consequence frompoor communcation among providersExperience a Medical ErrorHospital Readmit within 30 Days36%28%13%19%13%More Activated PatientLess Activated Patient49%Source: AARP Survey of patients over 50 with 2 or more chronic conditions
  7. 7. Market OpportunitySource: Rock Health
  8. 8. Meaningful Use SupportsPatient & FamMeaningful ilyEngagementStage 12011-2012Post-VisitSummaryStage 22014SecurePatientMessaging+View,Download,TransmitStage 32016Patient-GeneratedHealthInfo?+Blue ButtonPlus?
  9. 9. Blue ButtonSample Data FilesVA: CMS:9
  10. 10. 6/19/2013Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology10
  11. 11. 6/19/2013Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology11What’s next?Liberation1MU2Structure2CCDAAutomation3Push / Pull
  12. 12. 6/19/2013Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology12http://bluebuttonplus.org/
  13. 13. 6/19/2013Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology13
  14. 14. Health Tech HatchOffice of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology14• Facilitates Patient Codesign:– Crowdsource ideas– Patient/Consumer iterative feedback– Crowdvote winners• Winning ideas from ideas@healthtechhatch.com– Link my medical device data with my other health data– Simplify management of multiple chronic conditions– Make it easy to add rich contextual information (e.g., living situation, language, dietary &religious preferences) to my health history– Help me understand what conditions I am at risk for and what preventive services I need(and where to get them)• Next steps– Post concepts on HealthTechHatch.com– Engage with patient codesigners over time– Incorporate feedback that makes sense
  15. 15. Challenge GoalsOffice of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology15• Build support for Blue Button Plus by engaging three crucialcommunities:– Patients through crowd sourcing of application ideas, co-design,and public voting on winning products– Companies and application builders through a publiccompetition and prize money– Developers by rewarding open source developer tools thatmake it easier to build Blue Button Plus enabled applications• Expand our understanding of how patients want to usetheir clinical data, and what products they want to seedeveloped.• Increase the number of fully enabled, Blue Button Plustools and applications in areas of high priority for patients
  16. 16. Submission RequirementsOffice of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology16Patient Applications:• Brief Description of the Product• Slide Deck• Working Application (.zip file)Developer Tools• Brief Description of the Product• Slide Deck• GitHub Link
  17. 17. Review CriteriaThe winners of the Patient Application category will be determined by acombination of the review panel (two-thirds) and public voting (one-third);public voting will be enabled on the co-design site upon closing of thesubmission period on August 5.• Innovative use and integration of Blue Button Plus• Innovative use of Blue Button patient data• Application design and ease-of-use• Relevance to crowd-sourced ideas and participation in co-designOpen Source Developer Tools• Code readability, maintainability, and extensibility• Quality of code documentation• Value added by the toolOffice of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology17
  18. 18. TimelinePatient Applications• August 5: Final Submission Due• August 6-21: Patient Applications review period, byreview panel and public votingDeveloper Tools• July 8: Final Submission Due• July 9-19: Developer Tools review period• July 22-26: Announce Developer Tools winners (Allsubmissions deemed of sufficient quality will be postedon a public website)Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology18
  19. 19. PrizesPatient Applications:First Place $20,000Second Place $10,000Third Place $5,000Developer ToolsThree Best $5,000 eachNot to mention: recognition, publicity, credibility and reach!Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology19
  20. 20. Questions?Office of the National Coordinator forHealth Information Technology20www.health2challenge.comContact Graeme:graeme@health2con.comCo-design Questions:www.healthtechhatch.cominfo@healthtechhatch.com

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