HHS Names Lyfechannel Winner of Mobile App Challenge

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HHS announced that Lyfechannel is the winner of the healthfinder.gov Mobile App Challenge.

The healthfinder.gov Mobile App Challenge was sponsored by the HHS Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. It challenged developers and healthcare professionals to co-design a mobile application that makes healthfinder.gov content customizable and easy to use for prevention care planning.

The winning app, called "myfamily," will help individuals manage their family's health through customized prevention information for each family member. It focuses on preventive care benefits and services covered by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Lyfechannel is a small privately-held company headquartered in San Carlos, Calif., that translates evidence-based health behavior studies into mobile patient experiences.

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