Potomac, MD, June 15, 2017 –(PR.com)– The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) announced Live and Leave Well as a final winner of the Move Health Data Forward Challenge. The multi-phase challenge focused on the development of applications allowing individuals to share their personal health information safely and securely with their health care providers, family members or other caregivers.
Live and Leave Well received a $50,000 prize, making their total winnings over the course of the competition $75,000.
“The final winners in the Move Health Data Forward challenge show us that electronic health information can truly be owned by patients and their family members,” said Don Rucker, M.D., national coordinator for health information technology. “We expect these winning apps will open up new ways for Americans to own and manage their health information safely and securely.”
Live & Leave Well connects patients, doctors and data to make end of life planning easy, shared and respected. For patients and families, it is a virtual case manager to get you ready for the conversation. Later, when you need it; Live & Leave Well’s algorithm delivers your most accurate document where and when it is needed. For your doctor, the platform is a patient management tool that saves time by preparing patients and tracking the process, so they can focus on you, instead of basic education and paperwork.
· Tools to easily get started
· Relationship based focus to edit opinions over time
· Collaborate directly with doctors, family and friends
· Identify Healthcare Proxies to make decisions when you cannot
Providers, Care Facilities and Emergency Medical
· Complete forms online or inside HER
· Focus on patients, not paperwork
· Easily track billing and state regulatory compliance
· Fast, secure access to the latest certified end of life plan on any platform
The challenge winners will be featured in a public webinar on Friday June 23, 2017 at 11:00 am. For more information, please visit the Move Health Data Forward page.