Miami Healthcare Hackathon

CIC Miami, Miami
From Dec 1st 2018
To Dec 2nd 2018
See the website

Description

Hacking the Social Determinants of Health

Do you have ideas that could improve health in South Florida?

A person's health is determined by much more than medical treatment or clinical visits. Access to a safe place to live, nutritious food options, transportation, employment, social acceptance, mental health and addiction support, and many other factors affect health outcomes. These social determinants of health are critically important reasons why we get ill and stay ill in today's society.

SBC Digital Health Miami and MIT Hacking Medicine are calling on South Florida's top healthcare, technology, and social innovation thinkers and doers to join the Miami Healthcare Hackathon.

Come out and collaborate with us on finding solutions to these  issues -- because together, we can improve health outcomes in South Florida. All professionals, students, and interested community members are welcome to join the Miami Healthcare Hackathon. 

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Hackathon Line Up

Saturday, December 1 (8:30am-5:30pm)

8:30: Registration & Breakfast9:00: Program Kickoff9:10: Keynote by Dr. Luther Brewster (pictured), Chief of the Division of Policy, Research & Community Development, FIU College of Medicine

9:30: Problem identification10:00: Formation of teams to work on problems identified10:30: Hacking Begins!12:00: Lunch1:00: Afternoon Session5:00: Social hour

Sunday, December 2 (8:30am – 4:30pm)

8:30: Breakfast9:00: Teams finalize solutions and create finalize presentations10:30: Pitch practice12:00: Lunch1:30: Final Presentations to the panel of distinguished judges3:30: PRIZES Awarded to winning teams

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