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Partners HealthCare Connected Health '15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing

Calling all clinicians and clinicians-in-training worldwide--How would you use emotion-sensing technologies to improve healthcare? Do you have a novel idea that's never been done before? Do you have a device that you want to use in a pilot in your hospital? Do you have a very early stage company? If so, enter the Partners HealthCare Connected Health '15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing Challenge!

Who can participate in the Partners HealthCare Connected Health '15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing?

Any healthcare clinician or clinician-in-training residing in the entire world. This means means physician, nurse, physician assistant, pharmacist, physical therapist, technician, etc

How does the Contest Work?

Simply submit your idea at the contest submission page. Voting is crowd-sourced (encourage your friends to come and vote for you!). The Official Judges will also vote after the submissions deadline.

How are Entries Judged and What are the Winning Criteria?

We’re looking for interesting, innovative, and relevant ideas that use emotion-sensing technologies to improve healthcare. Please see the Awards Tab for details.

Can I edit my entry after I submit it?

You may edit your entry up until someone votes or comments on it. After that, you can communicate with the judges directly to expand and refine your idea. The judges will consider all of your responses as part of the overall submission.

Can I submit more than one idea?

Yes, you can submit as many ideas as you like.

What do I win?

The top five entries will win a trip to Boston to pitch their idea in front of a live audience that will open the 2015 Partners Connected Health Symposium . A live panel of judges will then choose three winning finalists.

Event Agenda

TBA

Who is the sponsor of the Partners HealthCare Connected Health '15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing?

The Partners HealthCare Connected Health '15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing is sponsored by the Partners Healthcare Connected Health and The American Resident Project.

 

 

 

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