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.
Last weekend’s MIT Grand Hack brought entrepreneurs in health, business and tech together to solve health care’s most pressing problems.
“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.
This year at MIT Hacking Medicine's 2016 Grand Hack, a new group of hopefuls assembled with the aim of leveraging technology to address major problems in healthcare.
Last week during her keynote at the HXR conference in the Boston Seaport, Mad*Pow Chief Experience Officer Amy Cueva announced the agency’s newest healthcare initiative: The Center for Health Experience Design.