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ONC Ocular Imaging Challenge              Webinar Presentation               Tuesday, July 3, 2012
On today s call:	David Hunt, MD       JL Neptune     Austin Cohen   Adam Wong  Medical Officer     Senior Vice     Challen...
Agenda for Today s Meeting	§ ONC and the Investing in Innovation (i2) Program	§ An    Introduction to the Ocular Health ...
ONC and i2
i2 – Investing in InnovationsAdam Wongadam.wong@hhs.govOffice of the National Coordinator                                 ...
i2 Goals•  Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through Quality Improvement  –  Further the mission of the Department ...
Documenting the     Ophthalmology Exam•  Medical and Surgical Specialty (multiple   settings)•  Unique data types and valu...
Ophthalmic Vital Signs•  Visual acuity  – Optotype  – Testing conditions  – Non-numeric acuities  – Supplementary informat...
Ophthalmic Imaging Devices•  Retinal Imaging   •  Autorefractors•  Slit Lamp                     •  Visual Field•  Angiogr...
The Challenge:	Create an app that improves interoperability   among office-based imaging devices,measurement devices, and e...
Ocular Challenge App Will	• Convert output from legacy ophthalmic devices tovendor-neutral standard formats	• Archive data...
Judging Criteria	• Breadth of input devices and formats	• Usability and interface for image viewing	• Integration with wor...
Prizes	 First Place: $100,000	Second Place: $35,000	 Third Place: $15,000
Timeline	Submission Period Begins	        May 14, 2012	Submission Period Ends	      November 9, 2012
For More Information	http://www.health2challenge.org	               	  Contact Jean-Luc Neptune:	  challenges@health2con.c...
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Ocular Imaging Challenge Webinar

  1. 1. ONC Ocular Imaging Challenge Webinar Presentation Tuesday, July 3, 2012
  2. 2. On today s call: David Hunt, MD JL Neptune Austin Cohen Adam Wong Medical Officer Senior Vice Challenge Program Analyst President Manager ONC Health 2.0 Health 2.0 ONC
  3. 3. Agenda for Today s Meeting § ONC and the Investing in Innovation (i2) Program § An Introduction to the Ocular Health IT Challenge § Q&A About the Challenge
  4. 4. ONC and i2
  5. 5. i2 – Investing in InnovationsAdam Wongadam.wong@hhs.govOffice of the National Coordinator 5  
  6. 6. i2 Goals•  Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through Quality Improvement –  Further the mission of the Department of Health and Human Services –  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 6  
  7. 7. Documenting the Ophthalmology Exam•  Medical and Surgical Specialty (multiple settings)•  Unique data types and values•  Graphically intensive•  Incorporates information from a variety of other disciplines
  8. 8. Ophthalmic Vital Signs•  Visual acuity – Optotype – Testing conditions – Non-numeric acuities – Supplementary information•  Intraocular pressure – Method – Target pressure•  Refraction – Method – Conditions
  9. 9. Ophthalmic Imaging Devices•  Retinal Imaging •  Autorefractors•  Slit Lamp •  Visual Field•  Angiography •  Tomography •  Others
  10. 10. The Challenge: Create an app that improves interoperability among office-based imaging devices,measurement devices, and electronic health records.
  11. 11. Ocular Challenge App Will • Convert output from legacy ophthalmic devices tovendor-neutral standard formats • Archive data from multiple devices • Display images and data • Integrate with existing EHRs (e.g. single sign-on
  12. 12. Judging Criteria • Breadth of input devices and formats • Usability and interface for image viewing • Integration with workflow • Platform Neutrality • Bonus for integration with existing EHR systems
  13. 13. Prizes First Place: $100,000 Second Place: $35,000 Third Place: $15,000
  14. 14. Timeline Submission Period Begins May 14, 2012 Submission Period Ends November 9, 2012
  15. 15. For More Information http://www.health2challenge.org Contact Jean-Luc Neptune: challenges@health2con.com

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