The Price Is Your Right Transparency Design Challenge is Underway!


DATE : October 15, 2019

Do you know any creative minds who can translate complex data into a user-friendly and easy to manage format? We are seeking contestants for our Price is Your Right design challenge!

 
Price Is Your Right Transparency Design Challenge 
 

The Massachusetts Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA), the Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MeHI), the Donaghue Foundation, the Harvard Medical School Department of Health Care Policy, and Freedman HealthCare are teaming up to host this challenge! Using actual cost data from Massachusetts and New Hampshire, this is your invitation to show us how you would help consumers use this valuable information.

 

New!
 
Join our Informational Webinar on Wednesday, October 16th at noon for an opportunity to hear from the challenge organizers and ask us all your questions! See more information and register at PriceIsYourRight.org.
 
Why?
The cost of healthcare is now the greatest financial concern for Americans and almost half have difficulty paying their out-of-pocket medical costs. Bipartisan state and federal interests seek to increase price transparency.  
 
Americans could be helped if they had the tools to easily identify which providers are higher quality and lower cost for office visits and diagnostic tests. Fixing that problem is the goal of this contest.
 

The Challenge
Our vision is for contestants to design a mobile app or website that presents cost data in an easy to use format that allows patients to make better informed decisions about where to get their healthcare.
 
 
 
The Goal
Contestants will provide a design prototype for an interactive tool that guides patients to obtain cost and other relevant information to help them choose a medical provider.
 
 
 
Want More Information?
Visit our website PriceIsYourRight.org or send your questions to info@PriceIsYourRight.org.
Price Is Your Right Transparency Design Challenge
Price Is Your Right Transparency Design Challenge