Hacking Medicine’s purpose is to bring together the most excited and innovative thinkers in the Boston area and come out at the end with actionable projects and passionate teams.
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We’re capping participation at 80 people to ensure focus and a productive distribution of expertise. The body will be made up of engineers, students, physicians, designer, and entrepreneurs.
Read below for more details, and apply here now.
We are proud to announce the Fall Hacking Medicine Conference! Last fall was our first ever Hacking Medicine. In just one year of bringing together engineers, scientists, physicians, designers, and entrepreneurs to create disruptive innovations in health we have seen stunning results – a new class at MIT, a slew of new companies, and a whole community of folks hacking medicine to improve healthcare.
This year we are proud to be organizing Hacking Medicine with the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology at MGH Center for Global Health. The theme for this year is going to be health in resource poor settings. We have a number of innovators flying in from around the world as well as our own country to help us understand what problems need hacking and how to hack them! As always, though, we still encourage you to show up with any healthcare hack you are passionate about whether it is focused on resource poor settings or not.
If you want to radically change healthcare, then apply now: http://bit.ly/S34puZ. Bring your skills, your ideas, or both. We’re selecting 80 people just like you.
Be part of the inaugural conference. Leave with a team, $5K in cash prizes, and a hack on its first steps towards becoming a company and disrupting healthcare.
Hacking Medicine Fall 2012 takes place on October 27th and 28th at MGH. If you are selected we will send you more detailed logistics.
Healthcare needs you, come be part of the solution.
The Hacking Medicine Team in partnership with Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies at MGH Center for Global Health