Zika Innovation Hack-a-thon at MGH: Register Today!

Zika Innovation Hack-a-thon at MGH: Register Today! »

22 Mar, 2016
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An urgent call to develop innovations that address the spread of the Zika virus and other vector-borne diseases. Sign up today!

By Connecting Patients with Tech Talent, Alzheimer’s Association Inspires New mHealth Tool

By Connecting Patients with Tech Talent, Alzheimer’s Association Inspires New mHealth Tool »

Although the #ENDALZ Hackathon marked the Alzheimer’s Association, MA/NH chapter’s first foray into orchestrating a tech brainstorming session, it yielded CarePal, a promising smartphone app set to hit the market early next year.

2015 Brigham Hackathon Attracts Most Partners, Prizes, Participation To Date

2015 Brigham Hackathon Attracts Most Partners, Prizes, Participation To Date »

Winning teams built apps focusing either on cost-cutting measures in clinical practice or lightening physicians’ workloads by automating complex tasks

MD Idea Lab: Bringing Physician-Led Innovation Into the Clinic

MD Idea Lab: Bringing Physician-Led Innovation Into the Clinic »

4 May, 2015
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MD Idea Lab companies participate in a local hackathon. Photo via MD Idea Lab. John Hayes describes himself as a “technology guy from way back.” A veteran of Thinking Machines, one of the world’s first supercomputing companies, Hayes got the start-up bug early; he also helped to found Geek Offices, one…
Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners

Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners »

30 Apr, 2015
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The Cancer Companion Team from the Telehealth Track celebrates a successful weekend of hacking with the MIT Hacking Medicine organizers and Merck sponsors. Photo via MIT Hacking Med. Organized by MIT Hacking Medicine on April 24 to 26, 2015, the Grand Hack brought together 80 teams and 450 participants from 19…
Wearables Challenge Photo Montage

Wearables Challenge Photo Montage »

29 Apr, 2015
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Wearables Challenge Recorded Live Stream Now Available to Watch

Wearables Challenge Recorded Live Stream Now Available to Watch »

The recorded live stream from the Wearables Challenge held April 23 at Google's Cambridge Headquarters is now available to watch. It includes the keynote by Ned Sahin, PhD with his demonstration of Google Glass apps for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, all ten Wearables Challenge finalist pitches, the panel discussion on the future of wearables…
Ebola Hackathon-Inspired Team to Pitch Live at Google Wearables Challenge

Ebola Hackathon-Inspired Team to Pitch Live at Google Wearables Challenge »

Team Proxome includes Adrian Gropper, MD, CTO of Patient Privacy Rights; Sean Doyle, a software engineer at MGH; Jim Wright, an electrical engineer with a background in developing wearable devices for military and medical applications; Jessica Autrey, a current graduate student at Boston University’s School of Public Health; Shauna Biggs, a current graduate student at…
Health 2.0’s Boston Code-a-Thon: Meet the Winners

Health 2.0’s Boston Code-a-Thon: Meet the Winners »

Participants and judges gather for a photographic moment after the event. Photo provided by Health 2.0. Helping consumers discover out-of-pocket costs for hip operations, keeping cardiologists in the loop on gaps in patient care, and providing a more user-friendly platform for Native Americans and native Alaskans to sign up for health…
Hack MS: Developing Stress Management Solutions

Hack MS: Developing Stress Management Solutions »

16 Feb, 2015
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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disabling neurological condition that impacts as many as 2.5 million people around the world. According the MS Society, the disease occurs when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the protective coating around the nerve fibers of the central nervous system. People living with the disease can experience vision problems, fatigue,…

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