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ONC Market R&D Pilot Challenge Informational Webinar December 3, 2014
On Today’s Call 
Adam Wong, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT 
Graeme Ossey, Senior Program Manger, Health ...
ONC and i2 Goals 
Better health, better care, better value through quality improvement 
–Further the missions of ONC and H...
Why Pilots? 
•Testing is essential for developers and users 
•Providers have understandable reasons not to do them 
•We wa...
Priority Areas 
•Patient-generated health data 
•Interoperability & exchange 
•Blue Button 
•Underserved communities 
•Med...
Who 
Find a Partner: Pair up with Host or Innovator 
Submit Joint Proposal: Submit a pilot proposal as a pair
Domains 
•Clinical environments: such as hospitals, ambulatory care, surgical centers 
•Public health and community enviro...
Deliverable 
•Contributes to the public knowledge base 
•For example: white paper, journal article 
OR 
•Contributes to th...
Challenge Goals 
•Encourage early collaboration between medical and public health personnel, entrepreneurs, developers, an...
Why Pilot Programs Work 
•Meet new partners quickly 
•Validation of company - highly competitive programs with marketing r...
Find a Partner 
•We will be hosting three matchmaking sessions around the country to facilitate the pairings between Hosts...
Submit Joint Proposal 
•Host and Innovators will apply as a pair by submitting a joint pilot proposal 
•Applications witho...
Review Criteria 
•Pilot proposal and design 
•Pilot budget and scale 
•Potential for health impact 
•Relevance to ONC prio...
Timeline 
Applicants 
Matchmaking Events 
January 2015 
Joint Proposals due 
March 2, 2015 
Evaluation Period 
March 10-Ap...
Prizes 
Up to $300,000 in total awards 
•Up to six Host/Innovator teams will each win $50,000 prizes 
•50% to be disbursed...
Questions? 
http://www.oncpilotchallenge.com/ 
More questions? 
challenges@health2con.com
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ONC Market R&D Pilot challenge Webinar final

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The Market R&D Pilot Challenge, brought to you by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), will help bridge technological gaps by bringing together health care organizations and innovative companies through $300,000 in pilot funding awards and facilitated matchmaking. This webinar provides more detail on the challenge and answers some common questions

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ONC Market R&D Pilot challenge Webinar final

  1. 1. ONC Market R&D Pilot Challenge Informational Webinar December 3, 2014
  2. 2. On Today’s Call Adam Wong, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT Graeme Ossey, Senior Program Manger, Health 2.0 Agenda: About the Market R&D Pilot Challenge How pilot programs have helped startups achieve their goals Challenge process Q&A
  3. 3. ONC and i2 Goals Better health, better care, better value through quality improvement –Further the missions of ONC and HHS Spotlight areas of high interest to ONC and HHS Direct attention to new market opportunities Increase awareness and uptake of new standards and data
  4. 4. Why Pilots? •Testing is essential for developers and users •Providers have understandable reasons not to do them •We want to lower those barriers •Use challenge mechanism to tackle what happens after a product has been developed
  5. 5. Priority Areas •Patient-generated health data •Interoperability & exchange •Blue Button •Underserved communities •Medication management •PHRs/patient portals •Care coordination/transitions of care •Standards/data formats •Patient/identity management
  6. 6. Who Find a Partner: Pair up with Host or Innovator Submit Joint Proposal: Submit a pilot proposal as a pair
  7. 7. Domains •Clinical environments: such as hospitals, ambulatory care, surgical centers •Public health and community environments: such as community health clinics, public health departments, mobile medical trucks, and school-based clinics •Direct-to-consumer: such as pharmacies and laboratories •Research and data that, for example, provide novel ways of collecting data from patients
  8. 8. Deliverable •Contributes to the public knowledge base •For example: white paper, journal article OR •Contributes to the public technical resource base •For example: API, open source tool, open data set
  9. 9. Challenge Goals •Encourage early collaboration between medical and public health personnel, entrepreneurs, developers, and patients in order to link innovation in health IT to innovation in care delivery •De-risk innovative digital health products for future clinical testing and investment •Encourage uptake of ONC standards and technologies
  10. 10. Why Pilot Programs Work •Meet new partners quickly •Validation of company - highly competitive programs with marketing reach •Use of pilot data to drive the success of a business •The process also helps Hosts by mitigating the risk of testing new technologies
  11. 11. Find a Partner •We will be hosting three matchmaking sessions around the country to facilitate the pairings between Hosts and Innovators. •Participation not required in order to submit a proposal •Sessions held in Washington, D.C., New York and San Francisco •Session dates posted on oncpilotchallenge.com/events •Innovators selected by hosts to attend •Interested Innovators and Hosts to complete the Find a Partner form here: http://bit.ly/ONC_Partner
  12. 12. Submit Joint Proposal •Host and Innovators will apply as a pair by submitting a joint pilot proposal •Applications without a Host or Innovator co-applicant will not be accepted •Proposals should include: •Description of pilot •Budget •Information about the Host & Innovator •Description and demo video of Innovator’s technology •Letters of Intent from the Host & Innovator •An expert review panel will evaluate proposals and select up to 6 winning proposals
  13. 13. Review Criteria •Pilot proposal and design •Pilot budget and scale •Potential for health impact •Relevance to ONC priorities •Potential of Innovator’s product •Team experience and strength of match •Proposed public deliverable
  14. 14. Timeline Applicants Matchmaking Events January 2015 Joint Proposals due March 2, 2015 Evaluation Period March 10-April 7, 2015 Winners Announced April 30, 2015 Winners Pilot Preparation and Setup May-July 2015 Pilots Begin August 2015 Pilots Complete January 2016
  15. 15. Prizes Up to $300,000 in total awards •Up to six Host/Innovator teams will each win $50,000 prizes •50% to be disbursed following award, 50% to be disbursed upon completion of pilot Winners will also receive •Pilot planning & implementation support from Program organizers •Opportunity to demo their projects at a major health event or conference
  16. 16. Questions? http://www.oncpilotchallenge.com/ More questions? challenges@health2con.com

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