NewYork-Presbyterian announced the winners of the InnovateNYP Pediatric App Challenge during Demo Day on June 9th. Sixteen teams spent ten weeks designing and developing a working application that uses technology to improve pediatric healthcare. The winning team was fhirStarters, an application which promotes medication adherence for pediatric patients. Parents can see all of their child’s prescriptions and when their child is supposed to take them, and receive reminders to administer the medications on time. Second place was awarded to Teen Screen, which doubles as a mental health screening application for teenagers between the ages of 12 and 18 and a collaboration device for patients as well as healthcare providers. NYP Care Companion placed third, with a complete chronic care management, engagement, and education application designed for both pediatric patients and their parents. Click above to read the full press release.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the number one children's hospital in the New York Metro area. The 2016-2017 rankings mark the ten straight year that NewYork-Presbyterian has received this distinction. Click here to read the full press release, which detailed NewYork-Presbyterian's excellence in pediatric specialties, and commitment to improving pediatric care through technology, including hosting the InnovateNYP: Pediatric App Challenge.
NewYork-Presbyterian has been included in the CIO 100 for NYPCare+, a mobile electronic record and collaboration tool.
“No child likes to have surgery, but if this app can make the experience less anxiety-inducing for them (and their parents, too!), then I think we will have contributed greatly to providing them with the best care possible.” -Dr. Matthew Monteleone, pediatric anesthesiologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, "Anyone can hack, doctors too"
“If I didn’t have the photos as proof, I swear, I would think I dreamed the entire event. It went by in a blur. I genuinely never expected a win because entering the Appathon was never about that for me.” - Rivelle Zlatopolsky, Research Coordinator for Health & AI Lab, "Anyone can hack, females included"
NewYork-Presbyterian featured two participants of the InnovateNYP: Pediatric App Challenge on NewYork-Presbyterian's Medium channel. They are both members of the Appathon winning team, Kinder, renamed "PIP" after their first prize submission. Read Dr. Matthew Monteleone’s story here and Rivelle Zlatopolsky’s story here.
NYPConnect is a communication tool that securely and efficiently connects NewYork-Presbyterian staff members through their mobile device. Click here to read more about this mobile application.
Innovation Center Updates:
NewYork-Presbyterian has been included in the CIO 100 for NYPCare+, a mobile electronic record and collaboration tool. Each year, the CIO 100 honors the hundred best projects in Informational Technology across the nation.
Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Peter Fleischut and former White House Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra co-authored an article about the key role Open APIs can play in improving healthcare.
Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Peter Fleischut was interviewed by HealthManagement.org on the NewYork-Presbyterian Innovation Center's focus to provide empowering information, and our diverse technology development process. Click here to read the full interview.
CULTIVATING A HOMEGROWN HOSPITAL APP: Q&A WITH NEW-YORK PRESBYTERIAN'S IT LEADERS ON DIGITAL PATIENT ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
Becker's Hospital Review's interviewed Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer Daniel Barchi and Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Fleischut about how the NewYork-Presbyterian mobile application will strengthen the patient's experience. Click here to read the full interview.
Ideas come to life through innovation at NewYork-Presbyterian
“At NewYork-Presbyterian, we are constantly pushing the bounds of innovation. We have award winning programs that position us to be creative, scale, and deliver the best care for patients every day. We also know that New York City is a growing hub for technology innovation in healthcare. We invite you, the tech community, to help us create sustainable solutions. We look forward to hearing from you and finding a way to work together.”
Chief Innovation Officer Peter M. Fleischut, MD