Nordic Health Hackathon in Grimstad

20.03.2020 - 22.03.2020
16:30 - 20:00
University of Agder, 4630 Kristiansand, Norway
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Join the fourth Nordic Health Hackathon in Grimstad, Norway, and take your best shot at winning prizes of NOK 60,000 in total.

Where: University of Agder, Grimstad, Norway
When: 20-22 March 2020

At the Nordic Health Hackathon we want to create innovative patient-facing digital solutions – something digital that improves the health and quality of life for everyday people. To claim the grand prize you must create a solution to the Nordic Innovation challenge:

Develop innovative personalized digital solutions that will improve the health and quality of life for Nordic citizens.

We encourage solutions that focus on prevention but we are also happy to see solutions focusing on treatment and care.

The Nordic Health Hackathon is run by Nordic Innovation as part of our Health, Demography and Quality of Life program, and is executed by Dattaca Labs. The aim of the hackathon is to take further steps towards our vision of making the Nordics the most sustainable and integrated health region in the world by 2030, providing the best possible personalized health care for all its citizens.

You don't need to sign up as a team. You can sign up by yourself and we’ll find a team for you.
You don’t need to have an idea, you don’t need to know how to code or design, your input and specialization will be an invaluable part of the hackathon.

One team from each of the Nordic countries will be awarded a travel grant to the event. To be eligible, please register before 9 March.

Read more and apply to participate at www.nordichealthhackathon.com. No programming experience is required. Take part in the health data revolution!

Contacts

Portrait Rasmus Malmborg

Rasmus Malmborg

Senior Innovation Adviser
Rasmus has extensive international experience in complex project management, predominantly within health care system development. Prior to joining Nordic Innovation, Rasmus has been with LHL International for nine years and worked the last four years as CEO.

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