Hackathon 2018 Third Day - Demo, Winner, Acknowledge
Thank you Kyle Brown from @Joule_CMA, for coming to Hacking Health Hamilton Hackathon 2018!
Thank you, Telma Charrua from @DesjardinsGroup, for coming to our Hamilton Hacking Health Hackathon 2018
Kyle Brown representing @Joule_CMA, here at Hacking Health Hamilton Hackathon 2018. In the foreground, the names of participants who might win an Amazon Echo!
Simon Woodside thanking our national and local sponsors, co-leads, volunteers, our MC Nick, and all participants.
The first demo is TapLog
Team ReferAssist, making sense of the “chaos” of referral procedures and system.
Kelvin, who is a pharmacist, presented his project: MediShare
MediShare helps reduce the wasting of medication
Could be a solution to cognitive problems of dimentia in aging population? Tiger is presenting his team work as CognitivePhenoType.
WiseOwl app. is coming to help solve the problem of social isolation and loneliness of seniors.
**Could seniors who have disability use smartphones easily? ** **Now, our next team came to help them! **
Our young hackers brought their idea of C.A.L.M app.to help manage medical use of opioids.
Team ReferAssist, making sense of the “chaos” of referral procedures and system
Turtle app. By Brandon connects students and seniors to share experiences.
Kashtin and John with their project on social isolation with SafetyNet app.
**Team Navabed, focuses on alternate level of care (ALC). Too healthy to be in a hospital but too sick to be in a home. Navabed is proposing a solution. **
**Team HomeChoice, focuses on kidney transplants and home dialysis. Educating patients, tracking personal metrics, and share data with family physicians **
MEDIC 2nd Prize & FORGE - team CALM
IF and MEDIC 1st Place - team NavaBed