Participants will hear from keynote speakers, join an interdisciplinary team, brainstorm and build a prototype, attend workshops, receive coaching from mentors and pitch a solution to investor judges to compete for up to $40,000 in team prizes.
Topics will be:
- Surgical care
- Early disease diagnosis
- Rural and low-resource setting health care
- Management of chronic conditions
Participants will brainstorm tech, digital health and health IT solutions.
Apply to participate by April 15.
Faculty, providers, students, researchers, developers, engineers, entrepreneurs and others are encouraged to apply either as a participant or mentor.