Hacking Health Camp 2016

Hacking Health Camp 201617 - 20 March 2016, Strasbourg, France.
Hacking Health Camp is a 4 day international event dedicated to breaking down the barriers of innovation in healthcare. It includes the largest european hackathon on healthcare. Inspiring conferences on healthcare future, training workshops on new health technologies, legal aspects, design... and a weekend-long hackathon to build prototypes. Each day a space is created for health professionals, designers, hackers, makers and entrepreneurs to collaborate. It's an event for anyone interested in health innovation as it rallies health and tech professionals around their common interest, helping them discover amazing possibilities for tomorrow's health.

Inspire, Learn, Act

Conferences on future of health
9:30 – 17:00, Thursday, March 17, 2016
A entire day of inspiring and forward-thinking conferences on the future of health by a line up of internationally-recognized health mentors.

Health Startups Pitches
19:00 – 22:00, Thursday evening, March 17, 2016
A festive event dedicated to health startups, complete with the presence of investors. Early-stage startups will pitch; attendees will vote by investing in their favorite startups with fake banknotes. The winner will be the one who raises the most money.

Training Day
9:00 – 17:00, Friday March 18, 2016
A full day of workshops and conferences centered around the technical, medical, legal and design aspects of healthcare.

Hackathon
17:00, Friday 18 to 22:00, Sunday 20 March, 2016
The second annual hackathon will run from Friday evening to Sunday evening. Health professionals, developers and designers will create prototypes based on challenges submitted before the event.

The idea is simple: as inspiration is the essence of creation, what's best than listening to well known and visionary physicians, entrepreneurs and philosophers to be inspired and seeing startups already innovating. Then exchanging about health data and learning about medical and technical opportunities. Finally transform all this in action by working together to create innovation and next big thing.

Health professionals and designers, developers, UX researchers and engineers expressed their expectations about topics such as: ethic, health datas, interoperability, what is the worldwide evolution of digital in healthcare ? Where are the technical limits? What are legal issues and solutions? What data exist, how to access it and use it to improve healthcare and deliver on the Big Data promise?

With Hacking Health Camp you will find answers to these questions.

For further information, please visit:
www.hackinghealth.camp

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