Communication, Creativity, and Connected Health: The 2018 MIT Grand Hack

Communication, Creativity, and Connected Health: The 2018 MIT Grand Hack »

27 Apr, 2018
Events

From Friday, April 13th to Sunday April 15th, over 300 attendees gathered for one of the most anticipated events in the Greater Boston healthcare community: MIT Hacking Medicine’s fifth annual Grand Hack.

The Global Health Track’s Scalable Solutions at MIT’s Grand Hack

The Global Health Track’s Scalable Solutions at MIT’s Grand Hack »

20 Apr, 2018
EventsNews
On April 13-15 MIT Hacking Medicine held its annual event, the Grand Hack. This year’s hackathon had two tracks—the Connected Health Track and the Global Health track, with participants competing for a grand prize of 1,500 on each track. The Global Health track was focused on public health issues globally and was comprised of 10…
CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day 3: The Winners

CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day 3: The Winners »

28 Aug, 2017
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Day three recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.

CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day Two: Hacking Solutions

CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day Two: Hacking Solutions »

27 Aug, 2017
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Day two recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.

CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day One: Neonatal and Maternal Care

CAMTech Uganda Hackathon, Day One: Neonatal and Maternal Care »

25 Aug, 2017
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Day one recap of CAMTech Uganda’s 5th-annual hackathon in Mbarara, Uganda. CAMTech Uganda hackathon delves into challenges for neonatal and maternal care.

Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack

Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack »

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.

“We need more geeks in health care”: MIT Grand Hack draws entrepreneurs

“We need more geeks in health care”: MIT Grand Hack draws entrepreneurs »

Last weekend’s MIT Grand Hack brought entrepreneurs in health, business and tech together to solve health care’s most pressing problems.

Calling all Innovators! Spaulding Rehab Hospital’s “Open for Business”

Calling all Innovators! Spaulding Rehab Hospital’s “Open for Business” »

13 Dec, 2016
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“If you’re a healthcare innovator with an idea for solving a problem that affects the rehab community, let’s talk. Spaulding’s open for business,” says Boston’s Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital’s Dr. David Binder. He leads their innovation team and wants everyone to know about their newly energized, hospital-wide commitment to internal and external innovation.

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL HACKATHON »

14 Oct, 2016
The first ever Spaulding Hackathon was held prior to the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) Annual Meeting in September 2015. The 2-day event focused on the development of creative and innovative solutions specifically for rehabilitation medicine challenges. The Spaulding Hackathon brings together clinicians, engineers, designers, programmers, and entrepreneurs to tackle clinical and…
Hacking Zika: Solving for an International Health Threat

Hacking Zika: Solving for an International Health Threat »

It’s Sunday morning at MGH’s Richard B. Simches Research Center, where small groups sit huddled around laptops and empty coffee cups, bleary-eyed from a late night of working to address the public health threat that has dominated headlines for the past 3 months. MedTech Boston reports on the CAMTech and MGH Zika Hackathon.

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