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Congratulations to Connect & Coach™, winner of the 2013 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge – Prove It!

After an exciting Demo Day yesterday in Washington, DC, I’m thrilled to announce Connect & Coach™ as the winning concept of the Sanofi US 2013 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge – Prove It!. Connect & Coach™ is the first hybrid clinical and consumer application for Registered Dietitians and Certified Diabetes Educators to help educate the diabetes community. This morning, Sanofi … Continue reading the entry >

Destination Innovation: Behind the Scenes of Data Design Diabetes

Through a series of new installments, Data Design Diabetes will explore a behind-the-scenes look at each transformative stage of the challenge. Continue reading the entry >

Only a Few Days Left to Submit a Concept—Submissions Close This Weekend!

Forget the old adage about the early bird getting the worm. There are just a few days left to submit a concept to the 2013 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge – Prove It!, but better late than never! In partnership with the Health Data Consortium, this year’s challenge invites innovators, designers, data mavens, and developer to leverage data to create … Continue reading the entry >

One Week Left to Submit Your Concept!

Do you have an idea for a solution that could potentially help millions of people living with diabetes? The 2013 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge – Prove It! is your opportunity to make that idea become a reality. With the support of export mentors with deep experience in healthcare, business strategy, and open data, this Challenge can help you bring … Continue reading the entry >

Community Uptake: A Conversation with People Living with Diabetes

Still flying high from the excitement of the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge finalist announcement, teams n4a Diabetes Care Center and EnduringFX, are ready to embark on the next and final phase of the Challenge. During a series of community uptake exercises, the finalists will connect with people living with diabetes, gaining valuable feedback to incorporate into their prototypes. … Continue reading the entry >

Preview the Next Big Idea in Diabetes Care at Demo Day!

2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge – Fact Sheet

Overview Now in its second year, Data Design Diabetes™ is a next-generation challenge offered by Sanofi US that combines the rich open datasets, human-centered design, and leading-edge methodology from the top innovation accelerators, to find the next breakthrough to help millions of Americans living with diabetes. The Innovation Challenge is aligned with the United States government’s initiative to use an … Continue reading the entry >

Congratulations to the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge Semi-Finalists!

The 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge received an abundance of submissions this year, and choosing from the innovative ideas was no easy feat. Congratulations to the five semi-finalists! Selected by our seven esteemed judges, these concepts demonstrate the clear ability to improve the quality, delivery, and cost of diabetes care. Here’s a brief overview of each team: Diabetes 3.0 Helps patients and health care … Continue reading the entry >

The clock is ticking – one week left to submit your idea to the Innovation Challenge!

Time is running out for you to submit the next big idea in diabetes care! You have the chance to improve healthcare for millions of Americans… so, what are you waiting for?! What motivates you? Are you inspired by the opportunity to help over 25 million Americans living with diabetes? Are you shocked that diabetes care accounts for 1/10th the … Continue reading the entry >

Announcing the 2012 Innovation Challenge!

Calling all innovators! This morning at the Care Innovations Summit in Washington, D.C., Dennis Urbaniak, VP U.S. Diabetes at Sanofi, announced the launch of the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge. We are delighted to continue working with the innovation community as we search for the next breakthrough in diabetes! What’s new this year? In 2012, Data Design Diabetes will … Continue reading the entry >