Here are the problems teams tackled at The Great Hatch 2019 and their prototyped solutions:
Tractus: A mechanical traction device to achieved desired and sustained level of fracture site distraction for distal radius fractures.
eMOTION: A wearable emotion tracker paired with an app that allows users to record mindful notes on their emotions in real time.
SonaNG: An echo-enhanced NG tube, enables clinicians to detect and track the NG tube on ultra-sound machines as it is being inserted down to the patient’s stomach.
QuickER: An web-application software that reduces overcrowding and long wait times at hospital emergency departments by redirecting non-urgent patients to nearby walk-in clinics.
ASAP Suction: a suction tool that allows for simultaneous suctioning and breathing tube placement in emergency intubation situations.
Nourish: A product that enables patients to manage their dining experience at the hospital, empowering their dietary choices to recover and heal.
H4ptic by Feel4U: A non-invasive device that captures and transmits haptic sensation from the prosthetic to the user.
Joint Effort: A computer-vision application that allow rehabilitation patients to track and perform their exercises correctly by tracking their arm movements on the software.
ClipRX: A senior-focused Medication Adherence Tool.
KneeHab: A digital interface that allows patients to start knee rehab immediately after injury or with onset of pain after answering key diagnostic questions.
PharmAlarm: An app that uses text recognition software to let you seamlessly generate medication schedules and reminders by simply taking a picture of your pill bottle label, improving medication adherence through convenience.
DeMAR: leverages Near-field communication (NFC) technology to empower the homeless population with their personal health information to improve coordination, continuity and quality of care they receive when interacting with the healthcare system.
Medmo: A portable, patient-centered and patient-owned health record system capable of capturing information most relevant to patients in order to empower their education, self-management, and improve their overall quality of care.