Hacking Health catalyzes collaborative innovation to create concrete solutions to healthcare issues

We are an international organization that builds ecosystems of innovation since 2012

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Countries


15500

Participants


63

Cities


Asturias, Athens, Belo Horizonte, Berlin, Besançon, Bordeaux, Brasilia, Brisbane, Calgary, Campinas, Campos dos Goytacazes, Cape Town, Curitiba, Edmonton, Espirito Santo, Groningen, Guadalajara, Halifax, Hamilton, Hong Kong, Joinville, Kuala Lumpur, Le Havre, Leiden, León, Liverpool, London, Londrina, Lyon, Maastricht, Melbourne, Mexico City, Milan, Monterrey, Montréal, New-York, Nice, Nijmegen, Normandy, Ottawa, Prince George, Québec, Queensland, Querétaro, Ribeirão Preto, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Preto, Santa Catarina, Santiago, São Paulo, Saskatoon, Sfax, Sorocaba, St. John’s, Strasbourg, Sul de Minas Gerais, Toronto, Utrecht, Valais, Vancouver, Waterloo, West-Brabant, Whitehorse, Windsor-Detroit, Winnipeg.

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Vibrant Chapters


+140

Hackathons


1700

Projects


Health hacking is mindset, not a skill set. All members are health hackers, regardless of the expertise and experience that they have to offer.

Health hacking is a collective activity that transcends individual agendas.

We engage a diverse range of stakeholders from inside and outside of the health sector to look at healthcare challenges from a variety of perspectives uncovering fresh insights.

We favor rapid, iterative development of solutions in a manner that creates the shortest feedback loop between the people who might use the solution and the people who are developing it. Our motto: “More action, less talk.”

We are an association of leaders from across multiple sectors; healthcare, technology, design, business, who chose to work together to improve healthcare and foster collaborative innovation in this critical domain. We focus on creating synergies with existing organisations and initiatives to multiply our overall impact.


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