Health 2.0 SF Code-A-Thon: Building Technology to Help Seniors Manage Health Care and Costs
DatesSeptember 24 - 25, 2016
- First Place Winner $5,000
- PokitDok Winner $2,500
- First Databank Winner $2,500
- Humana Winner $2,500
Winners won cash prizes and appeared on the Health 2.0 main conference stage to announce their win and demo their technology
Thank you to Humana for providing a VIDEO summing up the excitement of this event!
As a leader in showcasing cutting-edge innovation that’s transforming health and health care, the Health 2.0 conference brings together the best minds, resources and technology for compelling panels, discussions and product demonstrations. This year’s Code-A-Thon is about building new technology tools to help seniors manage their health care and costs. Understanding medical costs and decisions that lead to better health can be quite confusing and few solutions have been developed to specifically address the needs of seniors.
Developers, designers, health care professionals, biz dev and entrepreneurs will join forces for 2 days of rapid prototyping and creative health-hacking. Participants come for data, direction, diverse collaborators, delicious food, and prizes, and potentially, the beginning of a product or even their next big venture.
Don’t miss out on this great way to meet other innovators and hone your skills for a chance to be on the conference stage and win cash prizes. Winners from previous Health 2.0 Code-A-Thons have gone on to raise funding, start businesses, receive grants, pilot their technologies and even acquire customers.
Technology is advancing health care every day and now you can be a part of the movement. For this year’s Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-A-Thon we have APIs and data-sets from PokitDok, Humana and First Databank to work with.
Can you develop easy-to-use tools to help seniors better understand and engage with their health care and costs?
Create technology enabled solutions that;
- Increase understanding of out of pocket costs for drugs and medical supplies
- Increase understanding of insurance coverage
- Encourage medication adherence
- Compare available drug and treatment options
- Support making healthier decisions in real time and track progress
*All entries must utilize two or more of the supplied APIs.
FDB (First Databank) is pleased to provide access to our drug knowledge to all Health 2.0 San Francisco 2016 Code-A-Thon developers via the FDB Cloud Connector™. The FDB Cloud Connector is our web API solution that enables you to connect to the power of our drug knowledge via web services hosted by FDB in the cloud, which is architected to provide a robust infrastructure powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Some possible things you can accomplish using our API:
- Educate consumers about their medications
- Display example pill images & imprinted text, or facilitate drug lookups based on image/imprint parameters (shape, color, text)
- Interact with other clinical systems via their open APIs
- Compare drug prices
- Check for proper dosage, or the presence of interactions among drugs
- Search & select your drugs, or choose patient allergies & medical conditions, then check those against a drug list
- Improve medication ordering workflows for private practice software
Additionally, we will provide access to our Meducation® personalized patient medication instructions – that especially target individuals considered to be “high risk” due to low health literacy, impaired vision and language barriers – via the REST-based web service Meducation® API that uses existing prescription medication data and associated standard coding schemes.
For more information about Meducation, please review the datasheet for more details.
PokitDok provides Pharmacy APIs inspiring intelligent medication decisions by providing real-time insight into a patient’s prescription benefits. You get access to formulary and benefit information in real-time, offering transparency into prescription drug cost and coverage.
Find more information about PokitDok's APIs here.
Find API documentation for all of PokitDok’s APIs here.
Harness our APIs to create innovative solutions that arm seniors with motivating insights and calls to action, while offering intervention opportunities for family caregivers. Our API suite includes clinical profile, proper response to particular symptoms given a senior’s medical history, prescription information to support adherence, personalized recommendations to aid in the management of particular conditions, and locations of in-network services. Participants will gain access to these APIs on the day of the Code-A-Thon.
Humana is also pleased to provide sample data sets that might be collected from wearable devices, as well as sample geolocation data, for the demonstration members featured in our APIs. You can use these sample data to bootstrap a real-time application, or you may find it useful to compute trends to predict future behavior. More info about Humana's data sets here.
Note: All data available through these APIs is based on fictitious consumers and intended only to illustrate the solutions developed during this event. No real consumer data is being used.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
9:30 – Doors Open/Registration/Breakfast
10:00 – Welcome & Overview of the Day
10:10 – Remarks from Sponsor
10:40 – Coder Introductions and team formation
11:30 – Tech Talks + API Introductions by Sponsor
12:30 - Lunch! and finish team forming
1:30 – Coding begins!
4:00 – Idea check-in-- bounce your ideas off an expert
6:30 – Dinner is served!
7:30 - Coding Continues
10:00 pm – End of first day
Sunday, September 25, 2016
9:00 – Doors Open / Breakfast
9:30 – Continue coding...
12:30 – Lunch!
1:00 - Last chance to submit your project!
1:30 - Final SF Code-A-Thon 3-min presentations and judging
3:30 - Judge Deliberation
4:30 - Winners Announced/ Closing Remarks from sponsors
PokitDok is an API Platform built to power the business of health. Hospital systems, technology companies, system integrators and developers can integrate PokitDok’s software into new or existing systems to streamline healthcare transactions and facilitate interoperability. PokitDok's APIs allow for real-time eligibility checks and claims submissions, cash and insurance prices and more. Our technology allows for scheduling across all major EMRs, data verification via identity management, payment optimization, and real-time insight into pharmacy benefits and formulary data. Our goal is to provide the technology needed to securely optimize revenue cycles, inspire patient engagement and to create better healthcare experiences.
FDB (First Databank), part of the Hearst Health network, is the leading provider of drug knowledge that helps healthcare professionals make precise medication-related decisions. With thousands of customers worldwide, FDB’s drug knowledge is embedded within healthcare information systems, helping our developer partners to deliver valuable solutions – from electronic health record (EHR), pharmacy dispensing and order entry systems, to electronic prescribing, medication reconciliation and claims processing application.
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF provides expert treatment for all aspects of musculoskeletal injuries including inpatient and outpatient surgical care, rehabilitation, and orthotics and prosthetics. Our physicians have specific training and experience in a broad range of orthopaedic specialties such as sports medicine, trauma, joint replacement, pediatrics, oncology, spine, shoulder and elbow, foot and ankle, and hand. The Department is internationally recognized for its work in patient care, education, and research. Our basic and translational research programs focus on cartilage and disc regeneration, fracture healing, molecular and stem cell biology, bioengineering, and musculoskeletal development.
Humana Inc., headquartered in Louisville, Ky., is a leading health and well-being company focused on making it easy for people to achieve their best health with clinical excellence through coordinated care. The company’s strategy integrates care delivery, the member experience, and clinical and consumer insights to encourage engagement, behavior change, proactive clinical outreach and wellness for the millions of people we serve across the country.
VenueUCSF Mission Hall
1589, 1599 4th St
San Francisco, CA, USA 94158
Terms & Conditions
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY PRIOR TO ENTRY. OPEN ONLY TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND UNITED STATES TERRITORIES, AGES 13 AND OLDER. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.
By entering Health 2.0 SF Code-A-Thon, you agree that your participation will be governed by, and you shall abide by, all of the following terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) outlined herein below:
The goal of the Competition is to challenge emerging and experienced developers/ designers/entrepreneurs/ physicians/ clinicians and students, among others to design healthcare related technology solutions. Competition entrants are invited to submit an idea and a prototype of an operable application that would improve/ benefit healthcare services in the US.
The Competition is open only to individuals who are 13 years of age or older as of the date of entry and who are legal residents of one of the fifty (50) states of the United States or the District of Columbia or the U.S. Territories. Any entrant from the age of 13-18 must get parental consent to enter the Competition. The following are not eligible to enter or win the Competition: Employees, officers, directors and contractors of the Sponsors and/or any member of the immediate family (i.e. a spouse, parent, grandparent, child or grandchild of the entrant) or household of any of the foregoing individuals.
3. Entries by Teams:
Entries may be submitted either by individuals or by groups of individuals (each a “Team”). If an entry will be submitted by a Team, each member of the Team must satisfy the eligibility requirements set forth in Paragraph 2 above. Each Team must designate a single member of the Team who will serve as the Team’s sole representative for communications and all other purposes in connection with the Competition (the “Team Leader”). All agreements, consents, representations and warranties made or given by a Team Leader herein or otherwise in connection with the Competition will be binding upon all members of the pertinent Team as if made by each such member.
4. Entry Period:
The entry period for the Competition begins at 9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on Saturday, September 24, 2016 and ends at 4:30 p.m. PDT on Sunday, September 25, 2016 (the “Entry Period”).
5. How to Enter:
Registration and Participation is FREE.
6. Competition Guidelines:
At the competition, each individual or Team that submits a Submission (each an “Applicant”) must retain a copy of the Submission. Sponsors are not responsible for, and each Applicant specifically releases Sponsors from any claims or liability relating to, any loss or damage to the Applicant’s Submission.
All Submissions must comply with the following Content Restrictions:
The Submission must not contain material that violates or infringes another’s rights, including but not limited to privacy, publicity, copyright, trademark, patent, or intellectual property- or property- related rights; The Submission must not contain footage, images or artwork not created by entrant; The Submission must not contain material that is inappropriate, indecent, obscene hateful, defamatory, slanderous or libelous; The Submission must not contain material that promotes bigotry, racism, hatred or harm against any group or individual or promotes discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age. The Submission must not contain material that is unlawful, in violation of or contrary to the laws or regulations in any jurisdiction where Submission is created.
By entering, each Applicant represents and warrants that (a) the Applicant’s Submission and all components thereof, including all ideas, creative elements and any other materials and information contained in the Submission are wholly original with the Applicant, (b) no person or entity has collaborated with Applicant in creating the Submission, provided any material or information for inclusion in the Submission, or has any ownership rights in and to the Submission or any component thereof (note: an Applicant that is a Team warrants and represents that no person who is not a Team member collaborated with the Applicant, provided any material or information, or has any ownership rights in and to the Submission), (c) Applicant has the exclusive, unconditional right and authority to submit the Submission and to grant the rights set forth herein, and (d) the Applicant’s Submission complies with these Official Rules in full. Submissions must not contain any material that Sponsors, in their sole discretion, deem inappropriate for public viewing and/or determine is contrary to its mission or reputation. Sponsors reserve the right in their individual discretion to disqualify and/or not accept any Submission that Sponsors determine does not or is likely not to comply with these guidelines, to make such changes to any Submission as are necessary to make it compliant, or to require the Applicant to do so.
The judging of the Competition will proceed as follows:
A panel of judges comprised of Sponsor’s and industry leaders and consultants will review all Submissions to identify those that are complete and otherwise appear preliminarily to satisfy the entry requirements set forth herein. Submissions that appear preliminarily to be complete and to satisfy the entry requirements will be judged based on the Judging Criteria outlined day-of. These entrants will be called qualified (“Qualified Entrant”). A jury of judges comprised both of Sponsors’ designees and industry leaders selected by Sponsors will score all submissions that qualified based on the Judging Criteria.
8. Winner Notification and Verification for the Competition:
Sponsors will notify the potential Winners on the day of the competition. In order to qualify as a Winner, each Applicant must be available in attendance at the competition and present to the Panelists at the competition (and in the event of a Team, at least one member of the Team must be so available).
(a) General Terms and Conditions: All income taxes and any other applicable taxes on each prize are the sole responsibility of the recipient. An IRS form 1099 will be issued, if required by law. Prizes consist only of items expressly specified herein. Any costs or expenses associated with the acceptance or use of any prize (including, without limitation, additional transportation, meals, gratuities and incidentals) are the responsibility of the recipient. No substitution, cash redemption or transfer of right to receive any prize will be allowed, except at sole discretion of Sponsors. Sponsors reserve the right to substitute an alternate prize.
(b) The winning projects will be rewarded and prizes are to be determined.
(c) Prize Distribution: The total monetary prize amount is to be determined, awarded in the form of checks or another payment method selected by Sponsors, to be used towards further development by the winner of the winning Submission. In the event that the Prize Winner is a Team, the Team Leader shall receive and be solely responsible for the Prize on behalf of the Team unless all members of the participating team agree to distribution of funds to each individual member separately. Sponsors will have no responsibility for allocation of funds received as part of the Prize among Team members.
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By entering, each Applicant grants to Sponsors and their designees the irrevocable, royalty-free right to publish, disseminate and use the Applicant’s name, likeness and biographical information (and in the event of a Team, the name, likeness and biographical information each member of said Team) without further notice or consideration, in perpetuity, throughout the world, in all media and formats now known or hereafter invented, in connection with the execution and promotion of the Competition and the promotion of Sponsors and its activities.
In addition, by entering, each Applicant grants to Sponsors and their designees a nonexclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free license to reproduce, exploit, adapt, use and display worldwide, in perpetuity, throughout the world, in all media and formats now known or hereafter invented, information about the Submission and the Project and all non-proprietary components thereof, including without limitation posting information about the Submission and/or the Project on the Site (or such other Sponsor designated on-line environment), in connection with the execution and promotion of the Competition and the promotion of Sponsors and their activities, without further notice or compensation.
Each team is responsible for determining the disposition of any intellectual property developed during the course of the Code-A-Thon. Neither Health 2.0 nor the Code-A-Thon Sponsor shall be responsible for mediating disputes that arise relating to intellectual property ownership.
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of the State of CA without regard to conflicts of laws provisions. Applicant hereby agrees that any and all disputes claims, causes of action or controversies arising out of or in connection with the Competition or these Terms and Conditions shall be resolved individually, and without resort to class action, exclusively by a state or federal court located in Sacramento, California. By entering, each Applicant irrevocably waives any right to seek and/or obtain rescission and/or equitable and/or injunctive relief.
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Applicant represents and warrants that he/she: (a) has the right to make a Submission as contemplated hereunder without the need of any consent of any third party; (b) Will abide by these Terms and Conditions and all applicable laws and regulations; (c) If Applicant is a Team Leader, that Applicant has the full right and authority to make the Submission and to agree to accept and abide by these Terms and Conditions on behalf of the Team, and that each Team member will abide by these Terms and Conditions; and (d) Applicant is under no obligation or disability, created by law or otherwise, which would in any manner or to any extent prevent or restrict making a Submission or becoming a Winner.
By submitting an entry, each Applicant (including each Team member, with respect to Applicants who are Teams) agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend sponsors, affiliates, subsidiaries, successors and assigns, and each of their trustees, officers, employees and agents (all of the foregoing, the “Sponsor Parties”), from and against the full amount of all claims, liabilities, actions, suits, proceedings, assessments, judgments, decrees, losses, fees, damages, settlement funds, and associated costs and expenses including attorney’s fees arising from or in connection with the Applicant’s participation, any use by Sponsors Parties of the Applicant’s Submission and/or the exercise by Sponsor of any rights granted to it herein, including without limitation claims based on rights of privacy, rights of publicity, false light, defamation, copyright, patent and/or trademark infringement relating to the Applicant’s Submission. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in the event of any claim by a third party affecting or relating to the Submission, Sponsors shall have, in addition to any other rights available to it, at law or in equity, the right to immediately revoke any prize. Sponsor Parties include Pokitdok, First Databank, and the UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY, IN NO EVENT WILL ANY OF THE SPONSOR PARTIES BE LIABLE TO APPLICANT OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF REVENUES, LOST PROFITS, LOST CAPITAL OR OVERHEAD, WHETHER BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE, WHETHER OR NOT SPONSOR PARTIES HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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By submitting an entry, each Applicant (including each Team member, with respect to Applicants who are Teams) releases each of the Sponsor Parties from and against the full amount of all claims, liabilities, actions, suits, proceedings, assessments, judgments, decrees, losses, fees, damages, settlement funds, and associated costs and expenses including attorney’s fees arising from or in connection with the Applicant’s participation in this competition, any use by Sponsors of the Applicant’s Submission and/or the exercise by Sponsors of any rights granted to it herein, including without limitation claims based on rights of privacy, rights of publicity, false light, defamation, copyright, patent and/or trademark infringement relating to the Applicant’s Submission and claims for injury, loss or damage of any kind resulting from the Applicant’s participation in this competition or acceptance or use of any prize.
16. Limitation on Exploitation of Materials:
Each Applicant acknowledges that each of the Sponsor Parties may have engaged and continue to engage in the development, production, acquisition and dissemination of materials that may be similar or identical to the Applicant’s Project or Submission. The Sponsor Parties may use information about the Applicant’s Project or Submission in whole or in part, without any payment or other obligation whatsoever to the Applicant, if the Applicant’s Project or Submission (a) is not unique, novel, original, and concrete so as to be entitled to protection under applicable laws, (b) has been made public by anyone at the time of its submission to Sponsors or otherwise is in the public domain, (c) would be freely usable by a third person if it had not been accepted as a Submission, or (d) is similar or identical to, or contains significant elements encompassed in, an idea, concept or material that has been independently created by either Sponsor or any third party. Acceptance by Sponsors of a Submission is not an admission by Sponsors of the novelty or originality of the Submission.
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