CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FIRST PLACE WINNER:
First Place ($10,000): California-based NVS Technologies Inc.
Second Place ($5,000): Florida-based CareTicker
Third Place ($3,000): California-based Owned Outcomes
Honorable Mention ($1,000 each): Barcelona-based Psious and London-based Touch Surgery
Clinton Foundation's Health Initiative Matters Community Innovation Award: New York-based Healthify
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TOP 5 FINALISTS:
Team name: Careticker (California)
Careticker is an engagement platform that tracks and incentivizes caregivers for providing quality care at home.
Team name: NVS Technology (California)
NVS Technologies, Inc. (“NVS”) takes molecular diagnostics out of the specialized hospital and reference laboratory arena and into the much larger and more distributed point of care (“POC”) marketplace, greatly expanding the reach and commercial value of molecular diagnostics.
Team name: Owned Outcomes (California)
Discharge Director (d2) is a post acute care solution designed to help discharging clinicians to help their patients get well quickly and stay well at the lowest possible cost outlay.
Team name: Psious (Spain)
Psious is a mobile-based technology using hyper-realistic virtual environments to treat anxiety disorders by virtual gradual exposure.
Team name: Touch Surgery (United Kingdom)
Touch Surgery allows surgical student and specialists to practice surgery at their own convenience by leveraging technology that already exists in the palms of most surgeons hands and applying them to our free iOS and Android-based simulation app.
Thank you to all the teams who submitted to this year's challenge! We really enjoyed reviewing all your submissions and your ideas. We hope to see you at the HITLAB Innovators Summit.
2014 HITLAB World Cup ℠
The HITLAB World Cup℠ is an opportunity for innovators in design, medicine, and technology from around the world to develop impactful solutions to fulfill unmet needs in healthcare. Concepts may be tailored to meet challenges in developing countries, in mature markets, or both. Solutions may take many forms, from patient-oriented mobile health (mHealth) applications to novel diagnostic tests, and new approaches to care delivery and beyond.
Judges will analyze and score these diverse entries based on a common set of weighted criteria focused on the solution’s impact on healthcare, the sustainability of the business model, the strengths of the management team, and the engagement of the participants during the competition.
Two honorable mention awards will be awarded at $1,000 each
· September 23, 2014: Challenge goes live
· October 31, 2014: Early bird deadline
· November 10, 2014: Deadline for elimination round
· November 12, 2014: Finalists declared
· December 1, 2014: Finals
Submit your pitches by October 31, 2014 and receive expert feedback from HITLAB fellows and mentors. Use guidance to your advantage to improve on your submission.
Dr. Peter Fleischut
Associate Chief innovation Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian @PeterFleischut
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