MIT Hacking Medicine is ecstatic to bring THE health hackathon of all health hackathons to you April 24-26, right here in Boston/Cambridge. Last year 400+ innovators gathered in the MIT Media Lab to create disruptive solutions to healthcare. We’re hard at work to make this year’s #GrandHack even better.
Interested in innovating for healthcare’s toughest pain points? This is the weekend to meet, ideate, and hack with hundreds of like-minded entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, and healthcare professionals. Come hack on this year’s tracks of Telehealth, Global Health, Primary Care, and Wearables!
How can I get involved?
Please fill out the application. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Upon acceptance, we’ll route you to an eventbrite for RSVP purposes.
Is the event free?
Yes! Participating in the Grand Hack is free but everyone is required to apply and be accepted due to a limited number of spots.
What are tracks and which should I participate in?
There are 4 tracks at the Grand Hack. Participants form teams with other people in their track and get judged by a panel of experts in that area of healthcare. Applicants get admitted into a track and even though your project may fit into more than one theme, you can only give a final presentation in one track. The 4 tracks are very diverse and there is something for everyone:
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany: Telehealth Enabled Care Pathways Track
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