Health 2.0 is excited to announce the two winners of the Enabling Community Use of Data for Cancer Prevention and Control challenge, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
- Ozioma – uses local health data sets to inform media sources, enhancing the relevancy of health related news stories. View the solution
- GSAREH – uses geospatial research to inform users of cancer related information in their communities. View the solution
NCI sponsored this challenge to promote the sharing of cancer data between public health entities and communities. Teams were asked to create a web-based or mobile application using datasets from the National Cancer Institute and Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS). The solution needed to enable communities’ use of population data for cancer prevention and control.
The winners of this challenge won a trip to and a speaking role at the 2011 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences in Koloa, Kauai this coming January.
Congratulations to Teams Oziomo and GSAREH!
To view the official press release, please follow the link to Health 2.0 announces winners of online developer challenge.
If you are interested in participating in a developer challenge please go to http://health2challenge.org and check out the five new challenges live on the site.