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SXSW Hackathon challenges developers to create a great mobile health app in 24 hours

Today, March 9th, is a big day for certain participants in this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) located in Austin, Texas. Health 2.0 and AT&T have teamed up to host SXSW’s official Mobile App Hackathon. While the title may be a bit misleading, the goal of this contest is to challenge developers, UI/UX designers and researchers to build mobile health applications–all within a period of 24 hours. The contest is being held in the Austin Convention Center.

Configurator app allows hospitals and libraries to mass manage Apple devices

One of the smaller announcements from yesterdays Apple announcement was the introduction of Configurator. This Mac App essentially allows IT professionals within your hospital, library or other institution to remotely manage and configure a large collection of devices. It is perfect for the hospital or education environment where devices need to be quickly refreshed and kept […]

Sensei announced winner of $100K CardioEngagement Challenge at HIMSS

Sensei (@senseiinc) was announced the winner of the $100K Novartis CardioEngagement Challenge. Sensei’s mobile application suite is described on the challenge website as a fully featured health and wellness program. Using the mobile phone as a tracking system and educator, Sensei offers a holistic approach, integrating modules for healthy eating, fitness, weight management, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, […]