Hackathon: Friday 2nd June 2017 – 8:00am to 4:30pm
There was a people’s choice vote following the team presentations at the end of the day and the clear winner was
Right Gear - "Enable the right equipment to be in the right place at the right time with the patients in the operating theatre"
By Dr Andrew Mayo with Jason Finch as technical lead and Michael Cadogan, Sebastian Sherborne, Cory Williams, Terry Whalley, Sharon Bretherton and Dr Mark Mattiussi.
Thank you to all involved.
The Applications Development team, invited HSS developers and specifically the idea leaders and subject matter experts all made a major contribution on the day.
MNIT is looking to fund the winning entry to complete the concept and also make the solution available to other participating QH developers.
TPCH Education Centre, The Prince Charles Hospital Rode Road Chermside
TOPIC A - One Screen App
Tech lead: Michael Walker | Idea lead: Geoff Bryant
GOAL: Reduce duplication and increase availability of clinically relevant screening and assessment information to improve and better integrate patient care.
TOPIC B - Rx Connect App
Tech lead: Anaru Herbert | Idea lead: Andrew Munns
GOAL: Timely communication of medicines on discharge to patients GP.
TOPIC C - Right Gear App
Tech lead: Jason Finch | Idea lead: Dr Andrew Mayo
GOAL: Enable the right equipment to be in the right place at the right time with the patients in the operating theatre.
TOPIC D - My Health Portal App
Tech lead: Hayden Wiltshire | Idea lead: Elizabeth Davis
GOAL: Allow patients to have access to relevant health data on their smart device and will be tailored to individual needs and conditions.
TOPIC E - Where Do I Go App
Tech lead: Mary Lazo | Idea lead: Greg Jorgensen
GOAL: Reduce the anxiety of frail and elderly patients attempting to navigate their way around a complex facility through an easily accessible and user friendly hardware interface.
TOPIC F - Trigger Happy App
Tech lead: Laurence Harvey | Idea lead: Gail Corrigan
GOAL: Provide a means for loved ones to provide helpful information to clinicians about patient triggers, routines and soothing strategies.
Who can attend?
- Clinicians – bring your ideas and patient experiences
- Developers – engineers, coders, developers
- Non-technical – business, marketing, PR skills
- Designers – graphic design, UX/UI
The four topics workshopped were:
- Ability to incorporate location grade wireless into applications
- Patient Survey with directed questions related to specific patient care
- Patient Journey which morphed to Patient interactive Portal
- Clinical Image capture, comment and share
A Clinical Wound Photography app submission was successful and has progressed through development and is expected to launch in mid 2017.