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PMRT – Wearables in focus and upcoming pre-hackathon!

Hacking Health Berlin German version of the text available below *** At our fourth roundtable on May 12, 2022, we looked at various aspects of wearables – from our own experiences with smartwatches during sports (recording steps, jogging laps, etc.), to the difficulties of developing sufficiently sensitive devices, to potential areas of use in hospital

Joscha Hofferbert: Paves the Way Towards Innovation in Healthcare

Hacking Health Team Interview Blog Series Meet Joscha Hofferbert, Hacking Health Berlin Chair, Psychologist, Neuroscientist, Vision Health Pioneer Incubator and Healthcare Studios Founder. We’re delighted to have such an ambitious digital health advocate and mental health leader such as Joscha on the Board of Hacking Health’s Berlin Chapter.  Today, we want to share more about

PMRT – Status Quo Alarm Management with Exciting Outlook

Hacking Health Berlin German version of the text available below *** Our second roundtable (17.02.2022) focused on the status quo of alarm management in the clinical context. In a relaxed atmosphere, all participants were able to contribute their expertise regarding alarm management and take on the perspective of others as food for thought.  The exchange

PMRT – Alarm Management Standards: Reality or Utopia?

Hacking Health Berlin German version of the text available below *** At our third roundtable on March 31, 2022 we looked at the extent to which standards for alarm management already exist and are applied, or whether this is still far in the future. In an open mind map, all participants were able to express

PMRT – Status Quo Alarm Management with Exciting Outlook

Hacking Health Berlin German version of the text available below *** Our second roundtable (17.02.2022) focused on the status quo of alarm management in the clinical context. In a relaxed atmosphere, all participants were able to contribute their expertise regarding alarm management and take on the perspective of others as food for thought.  The exchange

Patient Monitoring Roundtable

Patient Monitoring Roundtable – an interdisciplinary, interprofessional network at Charité Launched on January 27th, 2022 – regular event Event | Hacking Health Berlin German version of the text available below *** Next Roundtable: September 29th, 2022 at 6:00 pm Topic: Tele-Surveillance Purpose: creating a platform for a joint, interdisciplinary and interprofessional work on novel technologies.

Katarina Braune: From Cyborg to Resident Physician and Pediatrician

Hacking Health Team Interview Blog Series Meet Katarina Braune, Hacking Health Berlin Co-Chair, digital clinician scientist, patient advocate and medical doctor. We’re pleased to have a leader and digital health enthusiast such as Katarina on the Board of Hacking Health’s Berlin Chapter. Today, we want to share more about her journey as a medical professional,

Wavy: MedTech App offering cardiovascular disease patients a tool to lower stress and relieve symptoms

Daryl Autar, CEO and Steve Thijssen, CTO at Wavy both share a passion for healthcare hackathons and launched their own MedTech app, Wavy, after winning the TechCrunch Disrupt HealthX World Series in San Francisco.  It all started when Daryl and Steve recognized that there was a large gap in treatment for patients suffering from cardiovascular

Fostering Innovation with Hacking Health

Blog post by Alexandra Verzuh | Hacking Health Berlin Hacking Health is a global movement to improve healthcare and fosters inclusive innovation by connecting people to solve real-world health problems. We have Chapters all around the world composed of volunteers who have come together to organize events and break down barriers to innovation in healthcare.

Advosense: A journey from Hackathons to successful digital health startup 

When Martina Viduka and Erin Webb decided to attend Hacking Health’s Female Health Hackathon in 2018, little did they know they would end up winning the Hackathon and go on to start their own digital health startup called Advosense. This dynamic duo’s story shows us how a Hackathon project can evolve into a startup.   

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