There is often a huge disconnect between media messengers and the public. Patients often don't receive the information they need to be informed health care consumers. We'll publish patients' critiques of health care news, ads, marketing, etc.
OpenQRS harnesses new tech- sensors, wifi, mobile- to develop an open data system to assure quality, reliability, safety (QRS) of health care devices with the goal to make it easy, effective and affordable to monitor QRS data for devices anywhere.
Health-care prices are a mystery to most. We are a group of news organizations building a partnership with our readers and listeners to reveal the secrets of the health-care marketplace, and help solve this national problem.
We propose a number of key innovative steps to enable patients to use smart phones, tablets, Macs or PCs to access ALL of their health records from ALL of their providers, from ANY site, irrespective of whether they are paper-based or electronic.
One of our biggest challenges in the US is we have too many calories. What if we could collect & monetize these calories using Fitbits and phones and give them to kids in Africa who need them? Who knew that getting fit could end global malnutrition?
We devised an interactive educational tool that allows educators, students and the general public to participate in a simulated infectious outbreak, collect and manipulate data and formulate real-time solution to halt infectious spread.
Cubbable helps families find locations nearby that provide a safe environment for public breastfeeding, healthy food options for children and more. This new check-in app encourages businesses to actively support and promote healthy families.
Give your service providers the “key” to your good health: access to your consolidated health and human services record. This key—based on an authenticated unique identifier—will unlock doors to better service coordination and outcomes analysis.
The app and corresponding website will take disease information (type of sickness, age of affected person, location) and compile it into an interactive map. The map will show trends in disease and information will be filterable.
AVIRO - an app for clinicians to consult for correct ARV treatment. Designed for multiple platforms, it provides real-time, immediate feedback and guidance for the clinician, as to the appropriate care, management and referral of HIV patients.
Leveraging hospital data with insights from the Obama campaign, we’ll develop an interactive dashboard with real-time healthcare enrollment, cost, and outcomes metrics for use by providers, policymakers, journalists, researchers, and the public.
About 4 million women deliver babies in U.S. hospitals each year. This project, for hospital-data publisher U.S. News & World Report, will make meaningful, hospital-specific data freely available to pregnant women, news media and other stakeholders.
Data Elixir will help make health-related data more useful to developers and the healthcare community by providing example code, online tutorials, a searchable dataset directory, and case studies of health data needs and uses. www.data-elixir.com
We are building a proprietary system designed for the US organ donation system. Our product will facilitate seamless dataflow between existing state-registries, streamline user registration, and serve as an IT infrastructure for academic analysis.
Stamen Design is partnering with U. Michigan diabetes researchers to transform the arduous task of personal diabetes recordkeeping into a seamless and easy process. Data will be effectively visualized to tell a story of cause, effect, and treatment.
Based on the increasing popularity of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs), we propose a Massively Open Online Conference (MOOCon) on mHealth as the first in a series of large, worldwide, digital summits on technology and social change.
This project will create a web tool and an app to help citizens (1) learn about the health of their soils, (2) determine if the soil is suitable food producing garden, and (3) collect advice for tackling soil, gardening and composting problems.
The human proteome has 20,000 different proteins. Health and disease depend on the proper interactions among these proteins. These interactions can be exploited to design biological drugs. We will crowdsource protein therapeutics with a mobile game.
Knight Foundation supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. We believe that democracy
thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged.