The Aetna Foundation is awarding $4.5 million in grants through its Healthier World Innovation Challenge, a new initiative designed to improve chronic health outcomes in underserved communities using technology that is readily available.

"Leveraging digital health technology works at the community level to empower change and improve health. We’re committed to raising awareness and fueling change in this rapidly changing arena," foundation executives said in announcing the contest.

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