Challenges

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Challenges allow healthcare organizations to crowdsource new concepts and technologies to address the problems that are most important to them and bring attention to these issues. We have partnered with private, non-profit, and government organizations to run challenges and pilot programs to commercialize new technologies and provide innovation consulting. Challenges questions are posed to a broad community of developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and others interested in the health sector. Over the course of a challenge (typically 3-6 months), teams self assemble and develop novel technological solutions to health care problems. Teams may create software and hardware solutions such as web and mobile applications, visualizations, sensor systems, and data models. Submissions are evaluated by a panel of expert judges and awarded non-dilutive funding, recognition, support, and partnership opportunities with the sponsoring organization.

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The GuideWell Cancer Challenge

Over 1.6 million Americans were diagnosed with cancer in 2016. GuideWell Innovation is confident that your ideas can improve the lives of these 1.6 million, and others who suffer or will suffer from cancer in the future. You can help by sharing your ideas, providing insights that can spark someone else’s creativity or by commenting on, and voting for the…

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