Thursday, June 27 • 2:30pm - 3:10pm
There is a Prize for That: A Review of Games for Health Development Contests

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Over the past few years the idea of prize-based incentives for innovation has grown exponentially.  This is quite true in emerging areas of practice such as Games for Health.  The use of such methods is increasing, and we can expect more of it in the games for health field especially.

This panel gathers together recent users of prize-based contests, challenges, and game/idea jams to discuss their own specific stories and results and identify recommendations and best practices for the future.

Attendees considering using, or responding to these types of initiatives will gain insights that may prove helpful to creating or entering such endeavors.

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Alex Chisholm

Executive Director, Learning Games Network
Alex Chisholm is a media research and development practitioner who is passionate about transforming education for learners of all ages. As Executive Director and a founding member of the Learning Games Network, a non-profit spin-off of the MIT Education Arcade, he oversees the organization's... Read More →
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Drew Crecente

Executive Director, Jennifer Ann's Group
Jennifer Ann's Group
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Jean-Luc Neptune

Senior Vice President, Health20
Jean-Luc (“JL”) Neptune is Senior Vice President at Health 2.0 and Director of the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge program. Health 2.0’s Developer Challenge Platform is a virtual technology infrastructure that provides organizations the ability to run innovation competitions... Read More →

Thursday June 27, 2013 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Room C: Patriot Room

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