Congratulations to our Spotlight Health award winner and finalists!
Winner: Kopano Mabaso, Scholar, Ona Mtoto Wako
- Peter Drobac, Presenter, Build Back Better After Ebola: The Aequitas Fellowship in Entrepreneurial Leadership
- Rubayat Khan, Presenter, Doctor-in-a-tab
- Abraham Verghese, Presenter, Back to the Bedside: Restoring PRESENCE to American Medicine
- Jocelyn Wyatt, Presenter, Asili: Co-designing the Future of the DRC
Our aim is to continue growing the concept of bringing arts as an integrated service and therapeutic tool to hospitals globally.
The pilot program initiated in Kochi, India, has become a huge success and moreover a self-sustainable integral part to the hospital's daily activities.
This idea focuses on improving cardiac health monitoring, examination, and triage both domestically and abroad through advanced machine-learning algorithms. Eko, a San Francisco-based startup with cardiology advisors at UCSF and Stanford, is building an advanced heart sound and murmur decision-support algorithm that will greatly improve point-of-care cardiac monitoring both domestically and abroad. The Algorithm is in ...more »
Despite the significant financial investment we have made, we are still struggling to fully understand and adequately treat the majority of complex diseases. At the moment, the platforms used to investigate a disease are completely separate from those that are then used to develop treatments or treat a disease. Instead, we need simplified technologies that can first gather information about the disease environment, and ...more »
I propose a social marketing campaign to inform and educate the public, especially young adults, about the effectiveness and safety and convenience of long acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs).
Many technologies that reach the market are not adopted after years of costly development. In fact, for healthcare technologies, scientific evidence is not enough to drive adoption; rather, there is an interplay between the technological and social systems that needs to be deeply understood to generate meaningful innovation. This idea aims to fill this gap by creating a collaborative online platform to favor the communication ...more »
Garfield County Public Health will receive a three year grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Cancer, Cardiovascular and Chronic Pulmonary Disease (CCPD) Grants Program. The grant award is for $190,000 per year for three consecutive years beginning in July of 2015. Garfield County will use CCPD grant funding to support the formation of local coalitions and advisory groups in developing ...more »