DIGITAL HEALTH TOOLS FOR PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS

Empowering people to respond to infectious disease outbreaks
through rapidly deployable digital health tools.

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OVERVIEW

Digital health tools can provide an important first line of defense to augment traditional medical countermeasures in the face of infection outbreaks. Through this program, DRIVe is seeking innovative, effective, equitable, affordable, easy-to-use, and broadly and rapidly available digital (data and analytics-based) health tools to support pandemic preparedness.

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Companies we have partnered with on this program to date


APPROACH

Help develop novel digital technologies to accelerate the public health response in the event of a future infectious disease outbreak.

Solutions needed include:
  • Nowcasting and rapid response solutions
  • Monitoring disease spread
  • Illness detection or diagnostic screening
  • Risk assessment

Digital health tools include smartphone, web, and telehealth applications, data sets, or algorithms that are deployable on commonly available digital devices. Ketones

Program Goals

Demonstrate Utility of Non Traditional Data Sources

To enhance our understanding of the outbreak and efficacy of medical countermeasures

Establish a Suite of Digital Solutions

Provide accelerated infection and outbreak screening and response

DIGITAL HEALTH TOOLS FOR PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS

Funding
Opened

8/25/21

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Instructions

#14

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Revised AOI
Description

1/7/2022

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Instructions

#18

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Funding
Closes

2/3/23

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Digital Health Tools for Pandemic Preparedness is open until Feb 3, 2023.