Last weekend we had the privilege to be selected to participate in the MIT Hacking Medicine NYC Hack-a-thon. If you don’t know the MIT Hacking Medicine group, you should. They are a smart team that puts together hackathons to help create solutions for healthcare (and were recently written up about in the Wall Street Journal!).
We formed a team with someone in hospital administration and a cardiologist and prototyped an app that aims to reduce hospital readmissions in the first 30 days post-discharge. All in a weekend! It’s called Cahoots. We are so happy for the experience and we won a prize for best presentation! Very exciting.
So now, we’ve got a great idea that we’re working hard to develop and hope to launch into a pilot by the end of the year. We’re looking to build out our team with a developer and/or engineer, so if you’re interested in working on a great project reach out to hear more about Cahoots.