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Canada's imagine nation challenges to improve healthcare jennifer zelmer
Canada’s ImagineNation Challenges to Improve Healthcare<br />Theme: How to leverage prizes to recognize excellence and stimulate development and industry<br />
Our Goal<br />Improve health care by identifying, trialing, and spreading novel innovations in the use of information and communications technology with strong potential to deliver value for clinicians and patients<br />Foster a community of innovators across the country focused on areas prioritized by clinicians and patients<br />
Our Approach<br />Broad engagement through ImagineNation innovation challenges<br />Prizes awarded to winning teams<br />Approach supported by Canadians (2010 survey)<br />Work with other supporting organizations to shape the challenges, spread the word, and support participants<br />
Ideas Challenge Results<br />Good uptake from across the country<br />Broad participation ~ most who submitted ideas were not previously engaged with Infoway<br />Ideas that judges ranked in the Top 50 came from 6 of 10 provinces<br />Strong support from partners, e.g.<br />Communications<br />Volunteer judges<br />Positive feedback re: innovation & engagement<br />Helpful lessons learned for future challenges<br />
Reaction<br />“Canadians are passionate about our health system, and we wanted their ideas on how digital solutions could strengthen health care. The calibre of entries we received surpassed our high expectations and the range of ideas on leveraging ICT to improve access, safety, and efficiency of care is inspiring.” <br />Richard Alvarez, President and CEO, Infoway<br />
From Ideas to Results: ImagineNation Outcomes Challenge<br />September 2011-March 2013<br />