Dr. David Hindin, a general surgery resident at Temple University Hospital, shares his experience at the ACPM-MIT 2018 Surgical Healthcare Challenge Hackathon on his YouTube Channel.
Check out his Hackathon video: Here
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Since our 2018 Surgical Healthcare Challenge was such a success, we will be returning for 2019 challenge. Exact date and location are TBD.
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We wanted to thank you all -- mentors, judges, participants, and staff -- for making our first ACPM-MIT Surgical Healthcare Challenge Hackathon a success this past weekend.
This Hackathon had an incredibly impressive roster of talented individuals from numerous disciplines and places. We were impressed of how far some of you travelled to make it to our event, so thank you for spending your weekend with us at Edwards. Amongst your groups we had physicians, nurses, physical therapists, professors, medical students, scientists, engineers, designers, architects, business leaders, innovators, and more. Many of you with more skillsets than could be captured in color tags!
To our winners -- congratulations! It was a tough competition with 15 groups. Thank you to our judges for having to make the difficult decisions of narrowing down our winners on our behalf. We are currently working with our sponsors to determine the final awarded amount upon their review of your winning projects. Winners, we will be in contact once that is finalized.
In the meantime, we created Slack workspaces for all your groups and invited your respective teammates to join. We want you to keep in touch with each other so your projects don't end after the Hackathon. We hope you also made connections through the iNK Digital Networking app to keep in touch with your former competitors (and now new buddies!) and mentors.
2018 HACKATHON Winners:
American College of Perioperative Medicine with MIT Hacking Medicine announces Dr. Raj Nihalani on the panel of judges for the Surgical Healthcare Challenge Hackathon being held September 29- 30, in Irvine (CA) at the Edwards Lifesciences Campus. This event is co-hosted with MIT Hacking Medicine and will include a Design Thinking Workshop by our friends at IDEO.
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