Are you interested in healthcare innovation?
Then this is the event for you!
Join MIT Hacking Medicine for one of the largest health hackathons in the world! This is the weekend to brainstorm and build innovative solutions with hundreds of like-minded engineers, clinicians, designers, developers and business people. Within our three hackathon tracks, there is sure to be a healthcare challenge for everyone!
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Global Public Health Track:
Affordable and Accessible Solutions that Will Scale
Creating solutions to minimize the stigma and challenges that surround patients living with their illness. This track will discover innovative approaches aimed to improve a patient’s ability to maintain a high level of independence by improving patient quality of life and patient outcomes.
Connected Health Track:
Breaking Down Barriers Across Health Systems
How can we use multi-source data to improve the provision of healthcare services? With the distribution of healthcare for a single patient across many providers, it is now more important than ever to improve synergy. This track will focus on innovating existing community workflows to promote quality healthcare delivery.
Prizes, Pre-Hack, In-Kind, and Media Sponsors
Since June 2018, our 40+ @mithackmed team has run 24+ #hackathon & workshop in 19 cities & 9 countries empowering 3500+ individuals to innovate in #healthcare #medicine #innovation! Want to bring us to your school, hospital, company, or city? Contact us!
How to speed time to market for AI-powered #cancer prediction tools was the pain point behind Simulacron @mithackmed #GrandHack2019 winning @SamsungUS Breakthroughs That Matter award for most effective & transformative #digitalhealth sol @VHAInnovation
. @mithackmed #GrandHack2019 we announced that @MIT #GrandHack will be hitting 5 new cities this coming year Paris, D.C., San Fran, NYC, Atlanta! #healthcare #innovation #hackathon #medicine Want to partner or sponsor our global #GrandHack contact us at https://t.co/l9rLy3p50i https://t.co/DfPD6djUGD
Love: Zen Chu, a PillPack investor and adviser who teaches health-care innovation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, joked that he looks more like a member of a Grateful Dead cover band, but with "exceptional clarity of vision." @AccelMed https://t.co/RQVM0M5PPd