Launched in summer of 2017, the Philips Wearables Challenge called for novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration and prevent hospital readmission. We’re happy to announce the winning teams selected by a live panel of judges at last Thursday’s event.
The American Medical Association has developed a new tool to help physicians called the Physician Innovation Network. We asked the AMA's Meg Barron a few questions about this new platform, also called PIN.
Congratulations to the six teams advancing to the final round of the Philips Wearables Challenge. These six finalists will battle it out on stage at The Martin Center at Harvard Medical School on October 26 for the chance to win the $10,000 cash grand prize.
The 2017 Philips Wearables Challenge is well underway. Teams have begun to submit their novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration in order to prevent hospital readmissions and escalation in care. MedTech Boston caught up with last year’s winner, Harsh Vathsangam of Moving Analytics, to discuss how his company has grown over the last year.
The threat of counterfeit drugs is growing. SICPA, a global company that specializes in brand protection solutions, is helping companies ensure that the public is receiving safe, authenticated medications and consumable medical devices.
We are currently looking for aspiring journalists who have experience pitching and writing stories, creating viral content and editing work from freelancers. You’ll work directly with our managing editor on everything from writing stories, to planning major projects to securing partnerships with key organizations.
Do you have connected health or mHealth research results to share with an international audience? Would you like to present your findings in a poster format to more than 3,000 health and industry leaders? Are you eager to be in Boston, a hub of health and innovation, in October?
Allegheny Health Network is excited to announce the “Just Walk In” Emergency Room Challenge. Submit your idea today for your chance to win a $10,000 cash grand prize.
Last Thursday, the Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge II concluded with a live even at Google’s headquarters in Kendall Square. The focus of this year’s challenge was Big Data, and participants were encouraged to submit ideas on how to improve patient outcomes, increase efficiency in delivering care, and drive down the cost of care using data analytics.
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) today named three teams hailing from universities in Israel and the United States as the winners of the SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge, which encouraged participants to explore and examine the potential of sharing clinical trial data.