An awesome Health Tech hackathon at WashU Oct 27-29

ArchHacks is an awesome HealthTech Hackathon at WashU October 27-29!

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Prizes

$18,460 in prizes

Best Overall Hack by Express Scripts

A MacBook Pro for each team member!

Best Data Visualization by Pfizer

A Fitbit Ionic for each team member!

Best Hack Addressing Socioeconomic Health Disparities by Centene

Wireless Powerbeats for each team member!

Best User Interface by Deloitte

Field & Co Weekender Bag for each team member!

Most Technically Interesting by Equifax

Amazon Echo Dot + $25 Amazon gift card for each team member!

Best Hardware Hack by Siemens

ASUS Zen Watch 3 for each team member!

Best Hack for Health Communications by Epic

A Fitbit Charge 2 for each team member!

Biggest World Impact by HealthX Ventures

$50 Amazon gift card for each team member and a virtual meeting with a representative of HealthX Ventures to discuss the team's idea!

Best Nutritional Hack by Panera

Each member of the winning team will receive a face to face interview with Panera for an internship!

Best Hack Addressing Mental Health by HSIL Lab at BJC

$250 for each team member!

Best Big (Open) Data Hack by WashU Institute for Informatics

$250 for each team member!

Best Diabetes Hack by WashU Institute of Public Health

$250 for each team member!

Most Business Viable Project by WashU's Skandalaris Center

$250 for each team member!

Best Social Hack by Facebook

Facebook goody bag for each team member!

Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device

Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c + power source

Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS

$250 Amazon Web Services Credit

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit

Honorable Mention - Best Overall Hack (2)

Honorable Mention - Best Overall Hack

Honorable Mention - Best Overall Hack

Judges

TBD

TBD

Judging Criteria

  • INNOVATION
    The submission should attempt to solve a problem related to health in a unique way.
  • IMPACT
    The submission should be a practical attempt to solve a real-world problem around health.
  • USER EXPERIENCE
    The submission should be intuitive and visually appealing.
  • FUNCTIONALITY
    The submission should be functioning, even if it is buggy.