MIT Hacking Medicine

Energize, infect and teach healthcare entrepreneurship and digital strategies to scale medicine as a way to solve health problems worldwide

SINCE JUNE 2018

24
EVENTS HELD
9
COUNTRIES
19
CITIES
3500
HACKERS

TOTAL IMPACT

175
TOTAL EVENTS HELD
29
COUNTRIES
73
CITIES
21875
HACKERS
253
VENTURE CAPITAL RAISED
50
COMPANIES
56000
CUPS OF COFFEE
4900
HOURS HACKED

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MIT Hacking Medicine’s mission is to energize, infect and teach healthcare entrepreneurship and digital strategies to scale medicine as a way to solve health problems worldwide.

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Teams are gearing up for Final Presentations at the MIT HK HealthHack! Check out the buzz of the room! @hkinnovationnode #MITHKHealthHack
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Ready to Disrupt #healthcare & #medicine? APPLY TODAY & join us in June 21-23 in #Paris #France @MIT @mithackmed #GrandHack2019! Just accepted our 1st wave of applicants from 12 countries & 8 US states! @LesCartesiens Association Médecine / Pharmacie Sciences (AMPS) Epitech Novartis http://buff.ly/30U4kpk

Causes of Death in the US: What Americans die from, what they search on Google, and what the media reports on

https://t.co/j4jf1Omkzb

Wonderful piece of reflection from a physician in the trenches! Feel empathy for them. https://t.co/4lcfKo1b0B via @NYTOpinion

Congrats to all of our @mithackmed alums graduating today. PhDs for Chris, Khalil, Katerina, Bryan, Varesh. We will miss you all and now you get to come back and teach as wise alums! It’s been so fun learning alongside you all! https://t.co/dBv2xCYRxn mithackmed photo

The social implications & responsibilities of computing - working groups help envision the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing by focusing on ethical and societal questions.

https://t.co/OlpXl52MID

Congratulations to the IMPACT 2019A fellows who all gave amazing final presentations last night! You have all made amazing progress this past semester in communicating your research! Thank you to our amazing faculty and peer mentors! @innovatechandra https://t.co/OeWyXjCrHE mithackmed photo