The Pitt Challenge! A healthcare hackathon presented by the University of Pittsburgh's Pharmacy School and CTSI.
$9,950 in prizes
Cash prize for the overall winning team of the competition
Cash prize for the second place overall team of the competition
Cash prize for the third place overall team of the competition
Best of Interactive Health Kiosks
Amazon Fire Tablets for the best team in the Interactive Health Kiosks Track
Best of Electronic Health Record System
Rocket Notebooks for the best team in the Electronic Health Record System Track
Best of Medical Education Gamification
Classic NES and Sega Genesis Game Systems for the best team in the Medical Education Gamification Track
Best of Virtual Medical Simulation
Leap Motion Controller development kits for the best team in the Virtual Medical Simulation track
Best of Big Data in Healthcare
500 GB External SSDs for the best team in the Big Data in Healthcare track
Best of Remote Patient Interactions
Google Home hubs for the best team in the Remote Patient Interactions track
Best of Improved Dictation
TT East Trans Smart Language Translators for the best team in the Improved Dictation track
Best of Technology and Mental Health
10 Minute Product Pitch to Headspace OR 1 Year subscriptions to Headspace for the best team in the Technology and Mental Health Track.
Best Use of MongoDB Atlas
MongoDB AirCharge Pluses for the team with the best use of MongoDB (max 4).
Best Domain Name Registered
Domain.com backpacks for the team with the best domain name registered with Domain.com.
Best Use of Google Cloud
Google Home Minis for the team with the best use of Google Cloud Services.
Best UiPath Automation Hack
UiPath/MLH Backpacks for the team with the best use of UiPath Automation.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Hashim Al Hassan
Dr. Daniel Mosse
To what degree would the judge be willing to invest into further developing this solution?
How ambitious is the project? How successful were the group in completing it?
How large is the potential market value and/or human impact of the solution?
Does the group's solution attempt to solve the problem in a novel way?
How clear is the problem that the group is addressing?
How likely would the judge be to recommend the solution to a colleague?