The American Medical Association held the Health Care Interoperability and Innovation Challenge, which aimed to create a common data model in order to meaningfully share and organize health data. The challenge called on applicants to use mobile technology in a way that exhibits innovative ways to use health care data in supporting patient wellbeing.
The winning three solutions received $50,000 in Google Cloud credits to be put toward the solutions presented. I-deal Health, jointly funded together with Clalit Health Services, finished in second place and received $15,000 in credits. This mobile application allows patients to visualize personal risk for various diseases, select goals in order to reduce their risk, and the ability to communicate with clinicians.
Click here to watch the AMA Health Care Interoperability and Innovation Challenge presentations. I-deal Health’s presentation occurs at 1:20:50.
Read more about the AMA challenge and winners here.
Read more about I-deal health here.