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The Smarter Healthcare Competition
Competition Terms and Conditions
- The promoter of this Competition is Deloitte Consulting Pty Ltd (ACN 611 750 648) (“Promoter”), Level 1, 225 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
- The prize is as follows: The provision of professional services by Deloitte Consulting Pty Ltd up to the value of $50,000 (ex GST) to develop a prototype solution over a 4-6 week period (“Prize”)
- No component of the Prize can be transferred or redeemed for cash. In the event that the Prize becomes unavailable, the Promoter reserves the right to provide a similar product or service to the same or greater value as the original Prize, subject to any applicable laws or written directions made under applicable legislation
- Entry to the Competition is open to organisations that provide or fund health care services in Australia (“Organisation”). Entries must be made on behalf of the Organisation, not an individual at the Organisation
- To enter the Competition you must make a submission regarding an opportunity or problem in the health care sector that could be resolved or realised through the use of automation (“Entry”)
- The Competition opens 31 August 2017 and closes at 29 September 2017 (“Competition Period”). Any Entry received after the expiry of the Competition Period will be deemed invalid. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost, delayed or misdirected entries
- Entries must be made using the form available here and must not exceed the space allocated in the form
- Each Organisation may make a maximum of three Entries. If an Organisation submits more than three Entries, only the first three Entries received will be eligible
- Each Entry must include the name, address, email, and a daytime telephone contact number for an appropriate representative of the Organisation or it will be deemed invalid
- Each Entry will be anonymised upon receipt before being provided to a judging panel consisting of representatives of the Promoter who will assess each Entry based on the following:
(a) “Evaluation Criteria”:
(i) Desirability – is the problem a critical challenge or opportunity facing the healthcare market?
(ii) Viability – can the problem be resolved through the use of automation and is the Organisation willing to commit time and effort to help develop a prototype?
(iii) Feasibility – is a potential solution within Deloitte’s capability to develop and can a prototyped be developed within 4-6 weeks?
(iv) Uniqueness – is the problem a unique challenge that has yet to be addressed from a healthcare standpoint?
(b) “Regulatory Criteria”:
(i) Contracting – is the Organisation willing to enter into a standard Deloitte service agreement for provision of the Prize?
(ii) Independence – is the provision of the Prize to the Organisation compliant with Deloitte’s auditor independence requirements and other professional and regulatory obligations?
11. The Entry that the Promoter determines, in its discretion, most appropriately meets the Evaluation Criteria will be adjudged the interim winner (“Interim Winner”). The Promoter will then assess the Interim Winner against the Regulatory Criteria, and may need to contact the Interim Winner for further information to assist with this process. If the Promoter determines that the Interim Winner meets the Regulatory Criteria then the Interim Winner will be declared the prize winner (“Prize Winner”). If the Interim Winner is determined to not meet the Regulatory Criteria, the Promoter will notify the Interim Winner of such decision and then be permitted to determine the next appropriate Entry as the Interim Winner
12. Chance plays no part in determining the Prize Winner
13. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will not be returned to the entrants
14. By submitting your Entry to the Promoter, you grant the Promoter and its licensees and assignees a non-exclusive licence to exercise all rights in perpetuity throughout the world in your Entry and all other material provided by you to the Promoter pursuant to this Competition at any time
15. Without limiting the rights granted to the Promoter under clause 14, you specifically agree that clause 14 grants to the Promoter the non-exclusive right to communicate your Entry in whole or in part to the public throughout the world on any media platform and you grant to the Promoter all associated rights necessary to exercise the above rights
16. By entering the Competition you warrant that:
(a) all details provided with your Entry are true and accurate;
(b) you have all necessary rights and licences to grant the rights set out in these Terms and Conditions;
(c) your Entry is your original work; and
(d) the exercise of the rights granted to the Promoter in these Terms and Conditions will not infringe the rights of any third parties; and
(e) you will indemnify the Promoter against any loss or damage resulting from any breach of these warranties.
17. You acknowledge that the Promoter is under no obligation to exercise any of the rights granted to it by these Competition Terms and Conditions
18. The decision of the Promoter is final and will be binding on each Organisation that enters the Competition and no correspondence will be entered into. The Prize Winner will be notified and their name will be published on the Deloitte website
19. If there is any event that prevents or hinders the Promoter’s conduct of the Competition or the Promoter’s ability to deliver the prize to the Prize Winner of the Competition (including where to do so would cause the Promoter to violation of any professional rule or regulation), the Promoter may, in its discretion, cancel the Competition and recommence it at another time under the same conditions or select another winner
20. The Promoter is not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information, or for any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilised in this Competition, or for any technical error that may occur in the course of the administration of this Competition. The Promoter assumes no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorised access to or alteration of entries
21. Each Entry must be entered in accordance with these Competition Terms and Conditions. By entering the Competition, each entrant agrees to be bound by these Competition Terms and Conditions. The Promoter may in its discretion refuse to award the Prize to any entrant who fails to comply with these Competition Terms and Conditions
22. To the full extent permitted by the law, the Promoter will not be liable for any injury, damages, expenses, or loss whatsoever (whether direct or consequential) to persons or property as a result of any person entering into the Competition or accepting or using the Prize, including without limitation non-receipt of the Prize.