MCHB Grand Challenges Final Winners
Congratulations to the MCHB Grand Challenges Final Winners
Care Coordination for Children with Special Health Care Needs Challenge:
Boston Children’s Hospital, Family Voices & Duke Health for Caremap.
Caremap is a software solution that helps families of CSHCN coordinate the care their children receive from a variety of health care professionals, including medical, behavioral, social, educational, and developmental specialists. The patient-facing mobile-app leverages open standards and has an associated Clinician Dashboard enabling communication with care team members across settings and over time.
Addressing Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnant Women and New Moms:
Benten Technologies for the Mobile-Accessible Plan of Safe Care (mPOSC) Platform.
The Mobile-Accessible Plan of Safe Care (mPOSC) app, is a mobile app with an integrated web-based system designed to keep families engaged in the collaborative care model.
Using Technology to Prevent Childhood Obesity in Low-Income Families and Communities:
Temple University for iByte4Health
iByte4Health is an mHealth intervention designed to engage low-income parents in an obesity prevention program. It is an entirely virtual text-messaging program made for parents of children ages 2-9. It targets key health behaviors to prevent obesity in high-risk, vulnerable children.
Remote Pregnancy Monitoring:
Zohreh Daly, Quilted Health for the Maternal Monitoring App (MaMA).
The Maternal Monitoring App (MaMA) is a downloadable smartphone app. It assesses the correct level of care during pregnancy and up to year after delivery, based on symptoms and/or data from home health devices and tools. It helps overcome the barriers to care by making healthcare accessible through devices.