2016 Federal Health IT Challenge

FedHealthIT 2016 Challenge

Stop Selling. Start Solving.

Take the G2X Challenge and solve some of the most challenging needs facing Federal Healthcare agencies today.


G2Xchange Health IT Challenge
Finalists and winners will have the opportunity to:

  • Share prototype solutions with Federal government executives
  • Access our cutting edge FedRamp certified and secured hosting sandbox environment
  • Share your thought leadership and prototype solution in an upcoming article in FedHealthIT magazine
  • Present your prototype solutions at the G2Xchange Federal Health IT Challenge Awards Event on May 4, 2016
  • Win a New Chevy Volt or cash prizes totaling up to $50,000.00



G2Xchange Health IT Challenge
Innovation Solution Topics:

  • Fraud, Waste and Abuse prevention or identification
  • Healthcare pricing transparency
  • Health Information Exchange
  • Digital/Mobile Health Privacy and Security in Healthcare
  • Medicare and/or Medicaid IT Data Analytics and Analysis
  • Claims Processing
  • Digital Engagement
  • Not Seeing a Topic of Interest? Create your Own, That’s what drives this Challenge!





The secure hosted FISMA and FedRamp certified sandbox environment is provided and powered by Visual Connections




Whether you are a Small Business, a University Student, a Large Business willing to mentor, or an Individual that wants to make an Impact, this is an opportunity to get your ideas and voice heard.


Put your innovative idea down on paper and describe your technical approach for developing a prototype in our prescribed secure hosted FISMA & FedRamp certified sandbox environment.

Follow These 3 Quick and Simple Steps to Get Started


STEP 1:  Get it down on Paper!  Share your Solution in 5 pages or less. Details here.

STEP 2:  Complete the Participant Agreement

STEP 3:  Submit your Idea and Participant Agreement to [email protected]


Phase 1 Submission Deadline:  March 11, 2016 by COB


This is your chance to respond to those pressing challenges facing the Federal Health IT community.