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This is an open call to anyone around the world to tell us how they would use Wearables (regardless of manufacturer) in an actual pilot in a clinical setting to benefit patients, physicians, and healthcare workers. Finalists will compete in a Live Pitch-Off at the Google Cambridge Headquarters at 5 Cambridge Center in Kendall Square on April 23, 2015. Multiple prizes are available, each with different winning criteria.
This is an open call to anyone around the world to tell us how they would use Wearables (regardless of manufacturer) in an actual pilot in a clinical setting to benefit patients, physicians, and...Read More
This is the Grand Prize and goes to the winner of the Live Pitch Off to be held at the Boston Google Headquarters. This prize represents the most innovative idea with the best team who is most likely to conduct a successful pilot and truly improve patient care and physician workflow.
Criteria: This prize goes to the best use of Nuance cloud-based clinical speech recognition technology (360 SpeechAnywhere Services). The Nuance healthcare speech SDKs allow you to leverage secure and accurate medical speech-to-text, text-to-speech, custom commands, voice navigation and control, and other speech-driven capabilities to provide a more compelling user experience and enhance workflows by transforming the way people interact with devices and systems.
Free SDK access: Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge participants can join the Nuance healthcare developer community and get access to a complimentary 90-day evaluation of the SDKs by registering at www.nuancehealthcaredeveloper.com (enter “WHPC15” in the “How did you hear about us” field of the registration form to expedite access).
Example of Nuance integration in clinical use case via a wearable: Metrix Health
Prize: The winning team will receive a 12-month healthcare developer package, including 20 internal use licenses, to support their pilot project (a $5,000 value).
This prize goes to the idea that represents the most compelling pilot or trial designed around the iThermonitor by Raiing Medical. For more information on the capabilities of the iThermonitor, please visit the Raiing Medical website and the iThermonitor page.
The winning team will win TEN iThermonitors (valued at $1000) that they can use to run a trial or pilot!
This $1000 prize will go to the proposal that best incorporates social media, social networking and wearables to solve a healthcare problem or improve patient outcomes.
The embr labs prize goes to the most innovative use of "Wristify," our prototype heating and cooling wrist band, in a pilot study or trial. The winning team will receive up to TEN Wristify wrist bands with which to conduct their pilot, as well as extensive technical and experimental support from embr labs.
For more information on the capabilities of the Wristify wrist band please visit http://www.embrlabs.com/.
The Misfit Shine Prize goes to the most innovative use of Misfit Shine wearables in a healthcare pilot, trial or study. Details on the capabilities of the Misfit Shine wearable can be found at the company's website http://misfit.com.
The winner of the prize will receive TEN Misfit "Shine" wearables for use in their clinical trial.
The Muse Award goes to the submission that makes the most innovative use of the Muse brain sensing headband in a pilot or trial. The winner of the Muse Award will receive four Muse brain sensing headbands (value $1200) for use in your pilot.
For more information on the Muse brain sensing headband, please visit the InteraXon website (http://www.choosemuse.com/).
Would you like to use HealthBridge's HIPAA-compliant messaging system? HealthBridge offers an open API to application developers who need this capability in their products.
The winner of the HealthBridge prize will get one year free production use of the HealthBridge API and free use of the development sandbox. Up to five runners-up will receive a $1000 credit for use of the HealthBridge API. Detailed information on the HealthBridge API can be found here https://healthbridge.me/api_info/.
See http://healthbridge.me for details.
In addition to the individual prize winners above, the following submissions have also advanced to the final round: