In 2014, investors pumped $6.5 billion into 459 health technology startups across the United States, many of which originated at hackathons. Traditionally a hackathon is where a large group coders come together to collaborate to create usable software or ideas. A2 Health Hacks turns this idea on its head and brings together hackers, makers, entrepreneurs, and healthcare professionals to build on everyone’s collective knowledge and experience to tackle some of the industry’s most complicated issues.
Beatrix BaloghDirector, A2 Health Hacks
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