Also read about Meducation, winner of our 2011 SMART Apps for Health Challenge.
Thanks to the winning entries in the SMART-Indivo App Challenge, patients may one day find themselves using tools like these within the Indivo personally-controlled health record (PCHR):
- Webnotes—to clip, organize, and share health information snippets from the web with their care networks.
- My Health Plus—to view and update their personal health information through a dashboard that adds visualizations of vital signs and integrates disease prevention information from sources on the web.
- rxInfo—to visualize their data in graph form, download their records according to the VA’s Blue Button protocols, or search government directories for health centers, drug labels, drug interactions, or clinical trials.
The challenge was sponsored by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) in partnership with Health 2.0. For more details on the apps, see the video demos and slide decks below.
First Place: Webnotes by Applied Informatics
Second Place: My Health Plus by Composite Apps
Third Place: rxInfo by EXIM Services