The competition will be conducted in two phases. Phase One is an “open ideation phase” where interested developer teams can submit app concepts. From there, the top five teams will be awarded $5,000 to build upon their initial proposals and create working game apps.
What’s at stake? The developer of the winning game app receives $100,000, while second and third place winners earn $50,000 and $25,000, respectively. Winners will be announced in September 2013, with the first place winner honored at the Health 2.0 7th Annual Fall Conference.
PatientsLikeMeInsightsTM – our query engine that dives deeper into the data (e.g., weight gain in Cymbalta/Lyrica patients)
As I note in my presentation, there are a lot of caveats to what I have up on the screen. We as an organization believe in being careful about throwing terms around like “evidence.” So what you see in this video is not evidence – it’s the first look at some of the data we have to work with and what we can do with it as we continue on our path to create evidence. With no uncertain terms, though, what you see here is the beginning of the insight we can generate around clinical outcomes of patients and the real-world impact of treatments.