Jugaad-a-thon: India’s Largest Healthcare Hackathon

Jugaad-a-thon: India’s Largest Healthcare Hackathon »

29 Jul, 2014
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A Jugaad-a-thon participant works long hours with his team to find solutions to India's largest healthcare problems. All photos provided by Glocal. Hackathons are lucrative events for entrepreneurs because they connect innovators with resources, capital, and mentors; they take cool ideas from inception to reality. But so far, hackathons have been…
Be Part of the Change & Empower the Next Generation of Primary Care Providers

Be Part of the Change & Empower the Next Generation of Primary Care Providers »

18 Jul, 2014
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As the Editor-in-Chief of MedTech Boston and because I’m leading a boot-strapped start-up company, I talk to a number of entrepreneurs, Angels, and venture capitalists every week. One VC was confused about Medstro, and instead replied, “You know what you should build—a website for me to know what specialist to go to. For example, there’s…
Medical Imaging Innovation in Coronary Artery Disease: Interview with Mass General Research Fellow Nabeel Ali

Medical Imaging Innovation in Coronary Artery Disease: Interview with Mass General Research Fellow Nabeel Ali »

16 Jun, 2014
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Nabeel Ali, research fellow at Mass General. Medical student, future clinician, engineer, innovator in medicine. That’s how colleagues describe Nabeel Ali, a second-year medical student and young medtech researcher at Mass General, in his mission to become a catalyst for pioneering change in medicine. Nabeel, a second-year medical student at Albany…
More Photos from the MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge

More Photos from the MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge »

2 May, 2014
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Updated with even more photos!
MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage

MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage »

26 Apr, 2014
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Google Glass Challenge a pitch-off success … congrats to the winners!

Google Glass Challenge a pitch-off success … congrats to the winners! »

25 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

On Wednesday evening at Google’s offices in Cambridge, the finalists of Medtech Boston’s Google Glass Challenge had the chance to participate in a “pitch-off,” demonstrating their ideas for using Google Glass in the medical setting.

From the Editor-in-Chief: Meet the Physician and Physician-in-Training Innovators!

From the Editor-in-Chief: Meet the Physician and Physician-in-Training Innovators! »

12 Apr, 2014
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Physician Innovators at South by Southwest: Andrey Ostrovsky, Ivor Horn, Krishna Yeshwant, Jennifer Joe I'm always so amazed at the breadth and diversity of interests that my physician colleagues have. Not only do we care for patients in our daily lives, but we strive to contribute in so many other ways.…
Beyond the Acute Care Episode: Reimagining Patient Care at The Health Care Forum 2013

Beyond the Acute Care Episode: Reimagining Patient Care at The Health Care Forum 2013 »

24 Jan, 2014
MedTech Features
Panelists discuss patient care at The Economist Healthcare Forum. From left to right, panelists are Rishi Manchanda, Joan Saba and Clay Richards. As the U.S. healthcare system confronts the need for profound change, leaders in the field are innovating on many fronts to create more health at less cost. To provide a…

H@cking Medicine and Harvard iLab H^3: How to Hack Healthcare for Undergrads Only! »

10 Nov, 2013
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This weekend marked H@cking Medicine's first undergraduate-only hackathon, the MIT-Harvard H^3 Hackathon, held in conjunction with The Harvard Innovation Lab (Harvard iLab), Massachusetts General Hospital's Medical Device "Plug-andPlay" Interoperability Program (MD PnP), Athenahealth, and Harvard's Developers for Development. The event was physically held in the beautiful space provided by the Harvard Innovation Lab. For the…

Feature of Doctors making Apps: Dr. Arianne Kourosh talks about her Skin Advocate App »

1 Nov, 2013
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As healthcare and medical technology evolves, MedTech Boston wants to emphasize that physician input into the technological solutions is invaluable. Periodically, we're going to profile bright and innovative physicians who still primarily work with patients who have developed incredibly useful website or smart phone applications. A few weeks earlier, we saw the creative phone app…

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