Welcome to DayOne Health Hack 2020.
Save the date! The first patient-centric DayOne Health Hack is hosted in Basel, Switzerland and will take place 7-8 November, 2020.
…patients sharing their insights and everyday needs arising from dealing with their health conditions; not only being heard, but actively listened to.
… a team of professionals, experts and tech enthusiasts that support these patients to turn their challenges into ideas for feasible solutions.
…a crowd of diverse participants offering their digital talent, medical knowledge and innovation skills during a two-day hackathon to create first proof of concept solutions for the patient’s challenges.
…that the best of these proof-of-concepts are presented to a world-class international conference of digital health innovators to find ways to continue beyond the hack stage.
Why we are doing this and how
It is time to explore new ways to innovate in digital healthcare, starting with the patient and aligning the health ecosystem around his/her need. During a two-day event, patients, caregivers, software engineers, as well as healthcare innovators will join forces to co-create tangible proof-of-concept solutions to real challenges.
A unique innovation journey
The DayOne Health Hack is more than a hackathon, it’s a process and a joint effort involving different healthcare stakeholders partnering for a unique innovation journey. At the Tech Event on April 23, we will bring together tech enthusiasts and healthcare innovators from the ecosystem to explore, collect and evaluate tech and skills as well as data ready to use for the hackathon. Register here for participation.
Our patronage partner EUPATI CH will then conduct in depth interviews with patients. Based on these insights the partners of the DayOne Health Hack will then support the patients in further defining their needs and transferring them into hackable challenges.
This will be carried at to the patient centric hackathon taking place in early September and followed by a curation phase to make the real-world patient challenges ready to be worked on at the hackathon taking place on 7-8 November in Basel.