This week, Boston Scientific is launched its third annual Connected Patient Challenge. Winners will receive up to $50,000 in services to help them realize their big idea about how to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to improve diagnosis, treatment, monitoring or patient care.
The Philips Wearables Challenge is a call for novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration in order to prevent hospital readmission and escalation in care throughout the patient journey. What cutting edge technologies and systems — wireless wearable sensors, connected devices, continuous, real-time monitoring, data analytics, etc. — can be deployed to facilitate early, appropriate interventions? How can they create actionable information to improve patient outcomes, without burying busy clinicians under too much data?
The technology to connect healthcare is booming – but is it working to improve care? Often it doesn’t. The reasons and solutions to change that paradigm are the topics to be covered by Robert Pearl, MD, one of the nation’s top physician executives, at his presentation at the 9th Annual mHealth + Telehealth World Conference Monday, July 24 in Boston.
CHIC invites competitors to submit early-stage ideas and technology-enabled solutions that challenge the status-quo of care delivery for chronic disease management.
This is an open call for on the ground solutions or ideas that are creating impact, big and small, in the changing environment of medicine. The challenge is specifically looking for innovative ways to deliver care, new ways to connect patients with their own data and the care team, and interesting use of medical devices and wearables to gather data.
The Texas Medical Center (TMC) Innovation Institute is looking for ambitious medical device startups like yours who want to advance their ideas toward commercialization, while also gaining expertise and access into the largest medical center in the world.
The goal of this challenge is to create a piece of technology or application that streamlines the Emergency Department’s registration process and stores patients’ personal health information needed for registration and emergency treatment. Do you and your team have what it takes to “Design the Chip”?
MedTech Impact/Tarsus Group, Medstro and MedTech Boston Announce MedTech Impact Innovation Challenge Partnership »
MedTech Impact/Tarsus Group, Medstro and MedTech Boston, recently announced a partnership in order to produce the MedTech Impact Innovation Challenge.
The AHN “Design the Chip Challenge” to offer $10,000 prize for best design of a portable, secure technology allowing immediate access to patients’ medical histories.
Opening on November 15, the SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge explores the potential of clinical trial data sharing by challenging individuals and groups to identify a novel scientific or clinical finding using the SPRINT article data.