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.
“Connected Health Conference” Brings Together Innovators in Wearables, VR, Apps, and Other Technologies »
Clinicians, entrepreneurs, policy makers, technologists, and investors with an interest in connected medical technologies will converge at Boston’s Seaport World Trade Center from October 25-27 at the 2017 “Connected Health Conference”. This year’s conference will focus on one of the hottest topics facing healthcare – and society – today: Healthy aging and how connected approaches support health across the decades.
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.
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.
Entrepreneurs, investors & healthcare execs shouldn’t ignore warnings from cautionary investors who know the sector. The best way to stave off potential doom is connecting with the essential players – the payers, the providers, the patients and the policy leaders.
Day three recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.
Are you a C-level, EVP, or HR executive in the med-tech space looking to fill top-tier positions? Do you find these searches taking longer than 30 days to fill? Are you seeing the best candidates in the marketplace, or are you just settling due to hiring fatigue? Is your hiring strategy reaching the best in class or those that are simply applying to a job posting? These are pain points we are used to hearing. But they are also problems we have spent over three decades solving.
The 2017 MIT Grand Hack was filled with passionate participants seeking solutions to everything from communication gaps between patients and healthcare providers, to developing virtual reality devices that will help hospital patients combat loneliness. The event serves as a networking opportunity, as well as a window into the future of medical tech innovation.
Last weekend’s MIT Grand Hack brought entrepreneurs in health, business and tech together to solve health care’s most pressing problems.
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”?