April 29 – May 1, 2016

MIT Media Lab

@mithackmed #GrandHack

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!

Chronic Condition Track

Chronic conditions—such as heart disease, mental health, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis—are among the most common and costly of all health problems. Transform the way these patients manage their health every day.

Healthcare at Home Track

Design solutions to enable patients and patient families to maintain their health and independence comfortably in their homes.

Connected Health Track

Redesign care pathways and patient health management through smarter use of healthcare data.

Gold Sponsors

Blue Sponsors

Prizes, In-Kind, and Media Sponsors

Schedule

Friday

Time
Event
5:30 PMRegistration Opens
7:00 PMOpening Events
8:00 PMBreak into Tracks
8:15 PMProblem Pitching
9:00 PM - 10:30 PMTeam Formation & Mingling
10:30 PMEnd of Day 1

Location: MIT Media Lab, 6th Floor

Saturday

Time
Event
8:00 - 9:00 AMCheck-in & Breakfast
9:00 AMDay 2 Kickoff
9:50 AMBreak into Tracks
10:00 AMTeam Pitches
11:00 AMFinal Team Formation & Hacking
12:00 PMLunch
12:00-7PMHacking
5:00 PMDinner
5:30-7:30 PMPulse checks
7:30 PMEnd of Day 2

Location: MIT Media Lab, 6th Floor

 Sunday

Time
Event
8:00 - 9:00 AMBreakfast
9:00 - 9:10 AMDay 2 Recap & Logistics
9 AM - 12 PMHacking & Practice Pitches
12:00 PMLunch
1:30 - 3:30 PMFinal presentations
3:30 - 4 PMJudges Deliberate & Team Close-Out
4:00 PMAwards & Closing Ceremony
5:00 PMEnd of Grand Hack 2016

Location: MIT Media Lab, 6th floor

Judges

Chronic Conditions

Shirley Bergin

Shirley Bergin

Partner, Chief Operating Officer, TEDMED

Dave deBronkart

Dave deBronkart

ePatient Dave

Jane Rhodes, PhD, MBA

Jane Rhodes, PhD, MBA

Senior Director of New Initiatives, Biogen

Fabio Gratton

Fabio Gratton

Founder & Chief Alcheimst, Alchemy Factory

Murali Doraiswamy, MD

Murali Doraiswamy, MD

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University

Healthcare at Home

Ayesha Khalid, MD, MBA

Ayesha Khalid, MD, MBA

Clinician Director, Yale Center for Biomedical Interventional Technology (CBIT)

Jennifer Lum

Jennifer Lum

Co-Founder, Adelphic

Başak Özer, MBA

Başak Özer, MBA

Founder & President, Spica Partners

Russell Dubner, MBA

Russell Dubner, MBA

CEO, Edelman (US)

Alexandra Drane

Alexandra Drane

Co-Founder, Engage with Grace & Seduce Health

Connected Health

Jascha Franklin-Hodge

Jascha Franklin-Hodge

Chief Information Officer, City of Boston

Babak Movassaghi, MSc, PhD, MBA

Babak Movassaghi, MSc, PhD, MBA

VP/GM Boston Innovation Center, Flex, Inc.

Julie Yoo, MS, MBA

Julie Yoo, MS, MBA

Chief Product Officer, Co-Founder, Kyruus

Arnaub Chatterjee, MPA

Arnaub Chatterjee, MPA

Director of Data Science & Partnerships, Merck

Edward Chung, MD

Edward Chung, MD

Chief Medical Information Officer, Healthshare, InterSystems

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MIT Hacking Medicine06/05/2016 @ 9:46
Don't forget to sign up for the Lyme Innovation Hackathon coming up on June 17-19 (Friday, 9am till Sunday, 12pm) to help solve critical prevention, diagnostic, and treatment and rehabilitation challenges facing the Lyme disease field. Details and registration here: http://lymeinnovation.org/upcoming-events . Prizes include: $5,000 in seed funding, followed by $5,000-25,000 in grants to make the ideas a reality.
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MIT Hacking Medicine05/22/2016 @ 14:48
This should be an inspiration to hackers of medicine everywhere! And it features MIT Hacking Medicine friend, Dana M. Lewis, who spoke at our #HackMed Health House at SXSW earlier this year.
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MIT Hacking Medicine05/21/2016 @ 12:00
Check out this video and register now to help hack Lyme Disease at the Lyme Innovation Hackathon:
- June 17-19, Microsoft New England (NERD) Center, Cambridge, MA
- Register: http://lymeinnovation.org/upcoming-events/
- Prizes include: $5,000 in seed funding, followed by $5,000-25,000 in grants to make the ideas a reality.
- Full agenda here: http://bit.ly/HackLyme2016agenda
- Video: https://youtu.be/kFsBdcC0j2o
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Three Day Hackathon: June 17-19, 2016 Microsoft Nerd Center, Cambridge, MA Apply & learn more: www.lymeinnovation.org Roll up your sleeves and get ready to t...
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MIT Hacking Medicine05/20/2016 @ 9:15
Can you believe it was two weeks ago that we kicked off #GrandHack 2016? Thank you again to our kind sponsors -- InterSystems, Pfizer, and Hacking Medicine Institute -- and congratulations to all the winning teams:
CHRONIC CONDITIONS
- 1st Prize: VisionReach
- Finalist: Vitality
- Finalist + Best Cancer Hack: UltraLymph
- Best Mental Health Hack: Hey, Charlie
- Best Cancer Hack: Paraa
CONNECTED HEALTH
- 1st Prize: Community Connect
- Finalist: NearMiss
- Finalist: OR Insight
- Best EMR Integration: Poseidon
HEALTHCARE @ HOME
- 1st Prize + Best Cancer Hack: Sentrix
- Finalist: Endema
- Finalist: StartGait
- Best Aging @ Home Hack: Alzeyemer's
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MIT Hacking Medicine05/17/2016 @ 12:45
Check out the coverage from #HackMedMiami (Feb 2016) on Univision Noticias, including a nice summary video: http://ow.ly/tWC110026DN .
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