Health 2.0

Keas Opens API for Health 2.0 Developer Challenge!

Keas_logo-one1 The fifth challenge for the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge has just been announced. Keas, the health and wellness data-driven platform, has opened up their API and a development environment to anyone who wants to author a "social Care Plan." In a fun play on a "Challenge to design a Challenge," teams will have access to tools and a robust engine to test new ideas that incorporate social motivation in health and behavior change through the sharing of health data and health results.

The winning team gets to discuss their work over dinner with Web 2.0 pioneer CEO Adam Bosworth, $3,000 cash prize, and the opportunity to feature the winning app at the Health 2.0 Conference in October. To find out more and sign up to compete, see the Keas' Challenge here.

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