The big impact of mobile health solutions: Rohit Khanna’s reflections on the Tufts Medstart Blue Button Challenge

The big impact of mobile health solutions: Rohit Khanna’s reflections on the Tufts Medstart Blue Button Challenge »

24 Feb, 2014
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A few weeks ago I had the privilege of being involved with the Blue Button initiative through a joint Tufts/M.I.T/White House Innovation collaborative effort. About one hundred people descended upon Tufts University’s Harrison Avenue location to spend a weekend debating, discussing and designing solutions for healthcare that meet the goal of the Blue Button Initiative…

Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge: Mentors Tackle the Practice Pitches »

22 Jan, 2014
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This is the third in a series of articles about the Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge this past weekend. Read the first article here and the second article here. With only a few hours of work under their belts, the newly-formed teams at the Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge gave their first practice pitches in…
Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge: The Teams Start to Hack

Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge: The Teams Start to Hack »

21 Jan, 2014
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This is the second in a series of articles about the Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge this past weekend. Read the first article here. After all of the pitching and team formation was finished on Saturday afternoon at the Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge, the real work of the hackathon began. …
Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge: Initial Pitches and Team-Building

Boston Blue Button Innovation Challenge: Initial Pitches and Team-Building »

19 Jan, 2014
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Breaking the wall between medicine and business, said Dr. Joe Jabre, Director of the Tufts University School of Medicine’s MD/MBA Program, was the theme of this weekend’s Blue Button Innovation Challenge in Boston. Hosted at Tufts and organized by MedStart and MIT H@cking Medicine in collaboration with The Office of the National Coordinator for Health…
Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor

Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor »

1 Oct, 2013
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Dr. Michael Docktor (yes, his name is Dr. Docktor), age 35, sits down with us to talk about the 2013 Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon. Dr. Docktor is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, the Director of Clinical Mobile Solutions, and the physician lead of the Hacking Pediatrics Executive Team. This will be Boston Children’s Hospital first ever hackathon…

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