Consumer Health Data Aggregator Challenge

Description
The Consumer Health Data Aggregator Challenge is intended to spur the development of third-party, consumer-facing applications that use the FHIR API to help consumers aggregate their data in one place and under their control. This challenge will focus on solving the problem that many consumers have today - the ability to easily and electronically access their health data from different health care providers using a variety of different health IT systems.
Start Date
3/1/2016
Projected End Date
1/11/2017
Project Tags
  • FHIR
Project Point of Contact: adam.wongremove@removehhs.gov
Project Results
Phase 2 First Prize ($50,000):
PatientLink Enterprises - MyLinks is a cloud-based application that makes it easy to gather, manage, and share patient data using several methods including FHIR® and Direct messaging, a method for sending authenticated, encrypted health information directly to known, trusted recipients over the internet. Using the app, patients can also participate in research, monitor data from remote devices, and use interactive tools.                                                                                                                       
                                   
Phase 2 Second Prize and Connector Award ($50,000):
Green Circle Health - The Green Circle Health application uses FHIR® to import patient data into a platform integrating a comprehensive family health dashboard that includes personal and medical device data, remote monitoring, and reminders.

Phase 2 Honorable Mention:
1upHealth - The 1upHealth app helps patients organize and share data from clinical, wearable, and remote monitoring sources.

Phase 1 Winners ($15,000 each):
Green Circle Health, HealthCentrix, Medyear, MetroStar Systems