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Hacking Pediatrics 2013 - From Idea to Reality @ Warp Speed

A look back at Hacking Pediatrics 2013
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Michael Docktor

on 18 September 2014

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Transcript of Hacking Pediatrics 2013 - From Idea to Reality @ Warp Speed

WHAT HAPPENED @ HACKING PEDIATRICS?
Hacking Pediatrics
From idea to reality @ warp speed
Creating a culture of collaborative innovation
WHAT IS A HACKATHON ?
RECIPE FOR
SUCCESS

How our grass-roots effort is working to empower every member of our community to become an innovator.
WHY HACK PEDIATRICS ?
WHAT WERE THE RESULTS?
WHAT'S NEXT ?
In October of 2013,
Hacking Pediatrics
held the first hackathon ever focused on pediatrics. It was sponsored by
Boston Children's Hospital
in collaboration with MIT's
H@cking Medicine
. In under 36 hours, 16 teams brought to life incredible ideas that will change the lives of children and their families.

WHAT IS A HACKATHON ?
WHY HACK PEDIATRICS ?
WHAT WERE THE RESULTS?
WHAT'S NEXT ?
WHAT HAPPENED @ HACKING PEDIATRICS ?
What goes into a hackathon ?
An expert in identifying a

"PAIN POINT"
Designers
Entrepreneurs
Engineers
Developers
A time and resource constrained event where passionate thinkers from different areas of expertise gather to solve problems
Passionate People
Investigator identifies a problem they want to solve
Like-minds gather to apply for funds to study a hypothesis
A discovery is made !
The difficult road to market begins...
THE TRADITIONAL ACADEMIC PURSUIT
This can be one of the scariest places on earth.
But it doesn't have to be ...
We may not know
everything she is
thinking or feeling...
And she is our
most precious
resource.
So how do we turn these great ideas into reality?
Brilliant clinicians, parents &
patients encounter "pain points"
& envision solutions all the time.
Bring brilliant people together

Build things collaboratively

Go "Lean"
SUNDAY
SATURDAY
&
SUNDAY
SATURDAY
MORNING
FRIDAY
NIGHT
Pitching "pain points"
Teams form
16 teams formed out of the 37 pitches
Hacking x 24 hours
Pitchfest & Judging
Networking
Hacking 101 & Keynotes
SATURDAY
MORNING
Hacking Pediatrics 2013
37 Pitches
1 minute each
SATURDAY
AFTERNOON
37 pitches
200+ Applicants
150 Participants
16 Teams
Amy Cueva
CEO - MADPOW
Aaron Sandoski
Co-Founder - Norwich Ventures
Marvin Harper, MD
CMIO / ER / ID
Boston Children's Hospital
Andrea Ippolito

MIT Bada$$ in Residence
Co-Lead H@cking Medicine
What we saw at the hackathon
The potential
Building a community of passionate experts to help solve problems in pediatrics unconventionally
Watching our graduates move out into the marketplace and change the lives of children and their families
Inspiring every member of the
Children's
and the Boston med/tech community to be an innovator
Improving the life of just one child will make it all worth it
7 Awards given out
$6,000 in cash prizes
$10,000 in Amazon Web Services credit
Time in BCH SimLab
THANK YOU
Hacking Pediatrics Team
Kate Donovan
Meg McCabe
Alex Pelletier
Judy Wang
Michael Docktor
H@cking Medicine Team
Andrea Ippolito
Ally Yost
Cole Shelton
Mahek Shah
Zen Chu
Boston Children's Hospital Supporters
Naomi Fried - Chief Innovation Officer
Dan Nigrin - Chief Information Officer
Laura Wood - Chief Nursing Officer
Dick Argys - Chief Administrative Officer
PediArt
interactive art exhibits for pediatric patients
Seizure Avengers

sensor data to manage seizures in kids
Close The Loop

a mobile platform empowering patients and families to coordinate their care
RightByte

mobile and Web platform enabling parents to find recipes for kids with allergies
CueME

connect and inform concerned family members about patient's care
The Comfy Ball

squeeze to signal pain to clinician
Team NORA

Networked Operational Research Assistant for clinical trial adherence
Kidnnect

engage chronically ill kids in classes
eNgage

using robot to engage kids in treatment adherence
Tinkerbell Project
helping families transition to psych unit at BCH
Greenlight

crowd-sourcing innovative ideas in healthcare
Emo Band

helping parents gain insights into their kids' emotions
Happier Meal

mobile solution to incentivize kids to eat better
PAIN Away

a mobile solution to help clinicians and families with patient pain management
Kids in Motion/Vamonos!

getting kids active with gaming
VPShunt

hardware solution for hydrocephalus
Amazing Stuff
The Hacker Mentality
"Lean Startup"
A "pain point" is identified
A community of solvers from different disciplines "hack" a solution
Test the solution with the customer (patient) and get feedback
Design a creative solution with the customer (patient) in mind
Iterate
Data
Build
Get to market fast and learn from customers to continue to refine product
Pitch
Hacking Pediatrics 2013 Graduates
Dan Nigrin, Chief Information Officer
Sheila McIntyre

Dick Argys, Chief Adminstrative Officer
Shawn Simmons
Nyca Bowen

Naomi Fried, Chief Innovation Officer
Innovation Acceleration Program
Patrick McCarthy
Gajen Sunthara
Soleh Al Ayubi

Laura Wood, Chief Nursing Officer
Patti Branowicki
Kimberley Morris
Marcie Brostoff

Marvin Harper, Chief Medical Information Officer
Alisa Anderson

Michael Gillespie, VP of Clinical Services

Integrated Care & Strategic Partnerships
Lara Khouri
Barry Zallen
Ann Suny

Technology & Innovation Development Office (TIDO)
Erik Halvorsen, Director
Alan Yen
Raj Khunkhun
David Altman
Geoffrey Horwitz

Information Services Department
(ISD)
Paul Scheib
Ryan Callahan
Rick Agrella
Jeanne DiPace

ISD – Audio/Visual
Tom Norton
Nic Rogers
JB Sapienza

Telehealth
Shawn Farrell

Marketing
Steve Coldwell
Donna Guran
Lily Albin
Justine Cadet
KC Cohen
Christine Fiske
Tom Ulrich

Security
Bob Ryan
Ken Barrow

Parking/Transportation
Jim Smith
Lou Speier

Environmental Services Department
(ESD)
Isaac Garcia
Juan Pena
Cynthia Meyers
Jonny Beale

Simulation Suite (SIMLAB)
Peter Weinstock
Laura Soares

Our Supportive Community

Israel Green-Hopkins
Nitin Gujral
Pascal Pfiffner
Jonathan Bickel
Timmy Ho
Khalil Mitchell
Mark Volk
Susan Kim
Heung Bae Kim
Nira Pollock
Jonathan Hron
Kara May
Dennis Daniel
Amy Billett
Sanjay Prabhu
Andres Navedo
Henry Cheng
Jarrett Goetz
Gabe Pillbel
Gajen Sunthara


Chris Duggan
Annette Arabasz
Audrey Guazzone
Brian Hoffer
Chip Ach
Jackie Thong
Jeff Engler
Kamal Jethwani
Keeley Bowler
Kevin Ohashi
Krishna Ramchandran
Peter Parnassa
Chris Tsai
Vin Fabiani
Angel Pizarro
Steve Jones
Andy Levitt
Soleh Al Ayubi
Benjamin Warf
Our Supportive Community
Mentors
Lauren Gregoire
Hiep Nguyen
Aman Bhandari
Naomi Fried
Speakers
Amy Cueva
Aaron Sandoski
Marvin Harper
Judges
1st
Best App
Best Hardware
Best Design
2nd
3rd
Incubate our 2013 graduates
Meet with
Hacking Pediatrics
and
Hacking Medicine
teams
BCH leadership
IAP- FastTrack Innovation in Technology
Pilot opportunities @ BCH
Meetups
IdeaJam
Reunion and pitchfest
Stretch awards
Workshops
Mini-hack
Studying
Fan Favorite
What's your pain point ?
Join Us !
Years
Enthusiastic engineers and entrepreneurs want to work on something meaningful !
(MUST) Uganda / H@cking Medicine
Hackathon Success Stories
Jeff Engler
Podimetrics - a data transmitting shoe insole for diabetics

H@cking Medicine 2011
MIT 100k finalist 2012
RockHealth Grad 2012
Raised $4 million

Elliot Cohen
TJ Parker
H@cking Medicine / MGH - 2012
Techstars 2013
> 1,000 paying customers !

BWH / H@cking Medicine 2013
Ariadne Lab winner
MIT 100k finalist
BWH Innovation Day - Crowd Favorite
Multiple pilots established
Ariadne Lab pitch for $100k in 2014

AthenaHealth / H@cking Medicine 2012
Pilot with Steward Health
Early AthenaHealth partner
Chris Moore
Andrea Ippolito
Donald Misquitta
Gabriel Belfort
I
Innovation Acceleration Program
Naomi Fried
Alex Pelletier
Gajen Sunthara
Soleh Al Ayubi
Carla Small
Emilia Shosho
Months
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