CIMIT Announces 2015 Student Technology Prize

May 20, 2015

The 5th Annual Student Technology Prize in Primary Healthcare is a $400,000 competition for engineering student to help advance their promising clinically-relevant, primary care innovations.

It is administered under the auspices of the Massachusetts General Hospital’s “Ambulatory Practice of the Future” (APF), assisted by CIMIT, and sponsored by the Gelfand Family Charitable Trust.

Technologies of particular interest are ones that could improve access to medical care, leverage the skills of caregivers, automate routine tasks, increase workflow efficiency, support patients with chronic disease, increase compliance with care protocols, reduce medical error, or augment the physician-patient relationship.

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