Winners of the IOM-NAE Health Data Collegiate Challenge introduced by IOM President, Dr. Harvey Fineberg, at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.
Using a series of questions that consumers can answer themselves, Castlight Health helps match up consumer and health care plans based on low costs and medical needs.
Jodie Engel explains to us how she translates the science of supplements to consumers. My Dietary Supplements is a mobile app that consumers can use to keep track of the vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other products they take, while also encouraging them to eat foods rich in the vitamins they need.
Humedica partners with the American Medical Group Association, which takes care of 115 million Americans. The goal is to build a collaborative information warehouse called MindShare, where users can look at their own individual data and information that are most useful to them specifically.
Helping consumers to properly identify their medications, Pillbox takes the FDA’s structured data and making it actionable for consumers. EMT teams, clinicians, and poison control centers can also all use this program to help identify what patients have consumed quickly and easily.