Judge Applicant Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

Applicants must have experience in one or many of the following areas of healthcare:

  • Digital Health
  • Health Tech
  • Healthcare Delivery Systems
  • Payers
  • Providers
  • Safety Net Institutions
  • Startups
  • Capital Investment
  • Health Innovation

 

Time Commitment:

Total commitment: 13-14 hours over 2 months (additional time if provide mentoring, which is optional)

Dates  //  Activity  //  Time Commitment

8/12  //  Judge on-boarding meeting  //  30 minutes (phone call)

8/12 – 8/21  //  Complete company evaluations (6 – 8)  //  2 – 3 hours (independent)

8/23  //   Semifinalist selection meeting  //  2 hours

8/31  //  Speed mentoring  //  2 hours

9/20  //  Mock-pitch/judging; select finalists  //  3 hours

10/19  //  Prime Health Challenge Finale  //  3 hours

 

Judge Tasks:

  • Complete a brief online profile
  • Read and evaluate executive summaries and application details for up to 5 companies
  • Choose 2 of those companies to provide detailed recommendations
  • Optional – provide mentorship via ad hoc meetings with those 2 companies

 

Benefits of Being a Judge

  • Networking with major healthcare organizations
  • Giving back as a mentor
  • Visibility into leading edge technologies

 

Evaluation Processes

Prime Health has partnered with ValidEval to bring their proven, evidence-based evaluation system to healthcare pilot pitches. The tool is accessible with any Internet connectivity; no additional software/applications required.

 

Overall Challenge Process

  1. Health innovators submit online applications
  2. Potential Judges complete an online profile
  3. ValidEval matches Judges with companies based on the expertise identified in the profile
  4. Judges have 10 days to complete the evaluations – total time required in those 10 days is 3-4 hours
  5. Semi-finalists receive mentoring as they prepare for their pitch
  6. A mock pitch event is used to select the finalist
  7. The finalists pitch at the Challenge on the 19th