to Helping Critically Ill Babies Wins Healthcare IT Challenge
College Park, Md. - An online platform to improve outcomes for sick babies by
better engaging parents in their care drew first place in the
Innovate 4 Healthcare Challenge, a collegiate
competition based on radically improving healthcare through new processes that
are enabled by innovative information technology applications and supported by a
sustainable market strategy.
"NeoStream," developed by graduate students in the Biomedical Informatics
Department in the Stanford University School of Medicine, captured top-prize at
the recent Innovate 4 Healthcare IT Challenge hosted by Center for Health
Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS) at the University of Maryland's Robert
H. Smith School of Business. ::
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Get your team together for the Innovate 4 Healthcare
Design a plan to strengthen patient engagement with healthcare providers
using information technology.
Apply innovation, strategic thinking and
technical inventiveness to win!
Created by the Robert H. Smith School’s Center for Health
Information and Decision Systems(CHIDS) in partnership with our
sponsors, the “Innovate 4 Healthcare Challenge”
will culminate in a final round of presentations at the Smith School’s campus in
Washington D.C. in April, 2012.