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EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE HACKATHON

19 - 21 NOV 2021 IKEM

European Healthcare Hackathon 2021

EHH is an international hackathon tackling some of the most pressing healthcare challenges today. We bring hackers, students, entrepreneurs, healthcare, and industry experts together to create new ideas and technologies for diabetology, surgery, transplantology, patient care and comfort. You can apply for free, as an individual, or as a team of 2 to 5 members. EHH is the biggest healthcare innovation event in Central Europe.
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TIMELINE

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JULY – We are ON. Pre-register and be the first one to know.

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OCTOBER – Registrations OPEN – Form a team of 2-5 members or apply as an individual and find a team on the spot.  

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NOVEMBER – Registrations CLOSE –Partners and organizers will select 30 teams and 30 individuals.

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NOVEMBER – Invitations SENT – Watch out for an invite email with further instructions. 

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19 – 21. NOVEMBER 2021

Let’s Hack. We will meet at Institut klinické a experimentální medicíny (Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine) – IKEM in Prague together with practitioners and other healthcare and technology experts who will be your mentors during the 48 hours hackathon. If you can’t make it to Prague, do not worry, you or your team will be able to take part 100 % ONLINE.

PRIZES

1st PLACE - 3 000 EUR

2nd PLACE - 2 000 EUR

3rd PLACE - 1 000 EUR

and more partner prizes to be announced

CHALLENGES

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1. Cardio

Join top heart surgeons at IKEM in inviting technology to get our hearts in shape.

2. Diabetes

Diabetes is on the rise killing 4.2 million people each year. Can you reverse the trend?

3. ICU

Can you predict patient health at Intensive care units based on sensor or camera data?

4. Image Analysis

Today’s medical imaging systems produce wealth of information. Can you tap into the power of AI to spot what doctors cannot see?

5. Patient Comfort

Can you plug technology in to minimize stress and discomfort of hospital patients?

6. Transplant

Individuals suffering from organ failure today face significant challenges to obtain a transplant. Can you make the process easier for them?

7. AI in Health

To be able to predict what will happen in the future, clinicians need to analyze and combine a huge variety of data, both structured and unstructured.  Can you give them a hand?

8. 3D Print in Health

Explore the promise of 3D printing in surgery planning, cellular growth, and more.

9. Own challenge

Our partners can put together their own challenge, give us a shout to discuss partnership options.

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Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

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