Emotion Sensing Pitch Off Showcases Novel Uses, Announces Winners

Emotion Sensing Pitch Off Showcases Novel Uses, Announces Winners »

The Partners HealthCare Connected Health Emotion Sensing Pitch Off took place last night, concluding three months of competition and opening two days of presentations, panels and keynotes at the annual symposium.

Partners Connected Health Launches Emotion Sensing Pitch Off

Partners Connected Health Launches Emotion Sensing Pitch Off »

Submit your ideas for ways emotion-sensing technology can improve healthcare on Medstro, the social network for physicians.

Joy of Medicine Challenge Winners Announced

Joy of Medicine Challenge Winners Announced »

19 May, 2015
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Medstro, the Social Network for Physicians, and Geneia, a company of experienced healthcare change agents creating analytic and technology solutions to improve healthcare, today announced the three finalists in the Geneia Joy of Medicine Challenge. The Challenge - an online competition created to encourage U.S.-licensed physicians and medical students to submit their ideas for relieving…
Wearables Challenge Red Carpet Photos

Wearables Challenge Red Carpet Photos »

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…
Meet the Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge Finalists: Team ELAINE

Meet the Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge Finalists: Team ELAINE »

21 Apr, 2015
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Clarke and Susheela met while creating a team for the 2014 Boston Heart Walk. Photo provided. For finalists Dr. Ammu Susheela and Charles Clarke, this year's Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge is all about ELAINE - Electronic Locating Automated Interactive Nuance Equipment. "ELAINE is a wearable device that will help people…
Meet the Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge Finalists: Team Memorandum

Meet the Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge Finalists: Team Memorandum »

17 Apr, 2015
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Nisarg Patel. Nisarg Patel may still be at the beginning of his career - he's a first year medical student at Harvard - but he has some big, career-making ideas. Along with team members Manav Sevak, Kunaal Naik, Manjinder Kandol and Kurt Carpenter, Patel pitched his idea for using wearables to improve medication…
Controversial Pavlok Device Hits Google Wearables Challenge Next Week

Controversial Pavlok Device Hits Google Wearables Challenge Next Week »

The Pavlok team. Photo provided. Maneesh Sethi, founder of Pavlok, once hired a woman to slap him when he got distracted at work. Years later, Sethi and his co-founder, Jim Lynch, launched Pavlok, a wearable device based on those slaps. The device uses electric shock, which is supported as a powerful behavior change…
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…
Essential Highlights from the Google- Autism Speaks Pitch Playground

Essential Highlights from the Google- Autism Speaks Pitch Playground »

23 Mar, 2015
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Winner Steve Espinosa  of PuzzlePiece holds his $25,000 prize check. From left to right, Ned Sahin (Brain Power), Steve Espinosa (PuzzlePiece), Daniel Smith (DELSIA), and Rob Ring (Autism Speaks). All photos via Arshya Vahabzadeh, MD. On March 12, 2015, the Google-Autism Speaks “Pitch Playground,” was held at Google Cambridge, giving almost…

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