Catalyst @ Health 2.0 currently hosts two Rapid Response Open Calls (RROC) in collaboration with Alliance for Better Health and sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Alliance for Better Health develops innovative solutions to promote people’s health by engaging medical and social service providers and with the goal of transforming the care delivery systems into one that incentivizes health and prevention.
The two RROC are the following:
The first RROC has been launched on the 19th of January and investigates health tech tracking solutions to support medical and social care providers managing the two-phased vaccination administration for underserved & vulnerable and vulnerable populations.
As part of the second RROC which opened on the 22nd of January, Alliance for Better Health requests health tech solutions to help community-based care coordinators in scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments for underserved and vulnerable patients.
If you have a solution that can fit either of the needs stated above, note that each RROC has a grand prize of $15k. You can apply HERE for the first RROC (vaccine administration tracking), and HERE for the second RROC (vaccine scheduling).
Find out more about the two RROC through the Catalyst @ Health 2.0 dedicated webpage.