What do you know about NC DataPalooza Open Data Bootcamp 2014?
Group 1 Brainstorming
Totally Illegal ideas - do not do any of these...
- Use data for Racial Profiling - "Red line" neighborhoods for hiring or insurance premiums
- Publish Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Use data to directly market pills, etc.
- Manipulate data in a totally misleading way
Good to great ideas!
- Market analysis - correlate health indicators to premiums
- App that allows a patient to be cost conscious on a proactive basis
- Correlate education to health care levels
- Correlate length of time spent with a patient to clinical outcome
- Identify opportunities to reach an under served community - Add services (eg. Food deserts)
- Universal quality of life indicators
- Crowd sourced actual medical cost information and location - Compare listed vs. actual
- App that shows availability of service by bed/doctor availability
- Stats on outcome of type of procedure vs. provider
- Collect stats to justify cost of procedure, device/procedure code - Sell to hospitals and device providers?
- Incent people to join a medical study
- Incent people to do healthier things (eg. for discount on insurance)
- Analysis of readmission data vs. discharge data. What creates successful outcomes on discharge?
Group 2 Brainstorming
The rising healthcare costs from care delivery to genetic testing
The need for meaningful resources towards preventive health and wellness
Lack of integration to actionable data analytical tools at -consumer, provider, payor plan, clinical trials
Data residing in silos within organizations
Lack of data visualization tools to learn trends, patterns, etc.
Minimal supportive resources for organ donors and transplant patient situations
Social, Emotional and Financial supportive resources for veterans seeking to access to care, quality, etc
Desire for more price transparency across the board
anonymous patient and consumer based data sharing
security, privacy protection and fraud analytics to patient, provider, and other 3rd party organizations
Targeted alternative therapy opportunities specific to niche population segments such as veterans, over 65+, social workers and applied to other areas
Increase data analytic tools around genomic testing, socioeconomic factors and costs
Ways to utilize SGHIx - Self Generated Health Information Exchange
Innovative Designs with Patients
Big Data analytics
Patients, Providers, Payor Plans seeking more information on specific diseases
Leading with Tech vs. firm understanding of targeted market and customer
Entrenched Mindsets at all levels
Dominant target stockholder vs. sharing resources to collaborate with domain expert, patient and tech as a tool
Additional regulations in US for genetic testing, donor banking, etc vs. other emerging markets
Group 3 Brainstorming
Group 4 Brainstorming:
Some of the themes from brainstorming were:
How to incorporate personal health data (and the holes that may exist in that) with public health data?
One aspect is personal improvement (eg; fitbit and comparison with the community). There is more than just "weightloss"
Another aspect is health /financial empowerment - personalized outcomes, where are the cheapest places for operation X, etc.
Personalized health decisions / recommendations.
How to promote community health?
Also: What types of community - caregivers, self, local, state, etc.)
What types of incentives to provide (and what are the possible un-intended consequences?)
- Looking for "hotspots" or "problem areas" in the public data
Group 5 Brainstorming
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Facilitator: Reid Serozi
Group 6 Brainstorming
Facilitator: Allyson Sutton
Idea 1: physician connectivity (practice to practice), and barriers to entry such as faxing immunization records -- can we use data to develop a more efficient system of communication between practices and patient to doctor communication? (one example is the I-Triage app)
Idea 2: Looking at health from a broader perspective
- NC 10% campaign, farmers markets and local food -- how do these contribute to health, lower health costs per county?
- Consolidate county and state data so you could overlay food desert maps with food market maps to increase accessibility
- Census data, location-based data, socioeconomic data
- Pedestrian and bike crashes, DOT data - most are on local roads - can we use this data to encourage bike lanes and encourage healthy, responsible behavior?
Idea 3: Epidemiology and reportable diseases
- Mapping out flu deaths in NC and linking to flu prevention campaign, clinics to get flu shots, etc
Idea 4: Wake Co. ranks worse than NC in alcohol-impaired driving deaths
- education campaign
- location- based app that's triggered when you leave a bar
- ride-share reminder - could incentivize business owners to buy into ride-share or encourage downloads of the app
Idea 5: Childhood obesity
- could we develop a gaming / rewards app (like JouleBug for sustainability or a "healthy Foursquare) that would encourage healthy behavior in kids
- partnerships with private sector -- major cell carriers pre-loading the app onto their low-priced smartphones
Idea 6: access to health services
- location-based app that tells you where clinics are, helps get in touch with emergency responders, etc.
- where are there data boundaries that need to be broken down? (ex: fire departments are in different counties, but will put out fires wherever needed. data is not like this - county by county)
Idea 7: Corporate wellness
Group 7 Brainstorming
Product to push notifications to self manage or change bad behaviors & reward good behaviors(gamify) geomaps
Avatar the individual - change w/ behaviors
Maintain consistent healthy life style - health & wellness
Eating & motion & opportunities
motivation for healthy behaviors ( group subscriptions & contests)
link to rewards; companies companies like Whole foods as advertisement op./access to customers
add in data sources to show healthy foods, where to exercise
track behaviors & drive to recipe sites
Active Avatar shows + and - cause & effects
Avatar "selfie" that changes every day
Bit strips - not tied to actual activities
link "challenged" bad locations with education info
partner w/ county who is more at risk and where they are
disparities(age, race, gender, job type) linked to healthy behaviors
utilization of social media in up in most demo groups
can we link to healthy behaviors???
people catalog & post their lives
Getting started with healthy behaviors
ID or tag yourself at various locations where link to tax data for owners acquire rights setup farmers markets
manage food trucks use sensors to track so people know when it is coming
food deserts lack of availability (urban & rural) & truck
improves community, move from blight, quality of life
People don't know how to get started - provide access to renting vehicles, people with land, trucks,, food get introduced to neighborhoods, areas in need
pop up farmer's market
start ups for growing food connected to areas
of need for pop up markets (PUM)
track your favorite pum provider
order on internet & truck brings food in or delivers
collect & provide info, push update
App can setup location, get tools you need link to customers
schedule & automate promotion
# of people growing food(urban farming)
Regulations associated w/ selling food
need to engage Ag dept
meat & seafood more regulated