Major League Hacking 2019 Hackathon Season

Congratulations to this year's winners!

First Place Winner

Thirsty Scholars

Prize: $5,000 Pain Point #6: Design Breast Milk Storage and Delivery
   

Second Place Winner

Six and a Half Blind Mice

Prize: $3,000 Pain Point #10: Increase Awareness of Clinical Studies
   

Third Place Winners (Tie)

ChatHealth

Prize: $1,000 Pain Point #8: Reduce Variations in Clinical Practices
   
 

Maihiti/No Hard Feelings

  Pain Point #2: Paint a Behavioral Health Picture
   

Fourth Place Winner

No Doubt on Your Way Out

Prize: $500 Pain Point #9: Create a Post-Hospitalization Plan
   

Kids' Choice

Sailbot 2020

  Pain Point #1: Stick to the Medicine Schedule

About HACK THIS. HELP KIDS.

HACK THIS. HELP KIDS., presented by the Citrone Thirty Three Foundation and Tulco, is a hackathon focused on pediatric health care where individuals get to interact and engage with the best and brightest minds. People with diverse experiences and backgrounds such as medicine, engineering, design, software development, and business work together in teams for an action-packed 24 hours of collaboration.

Participants, sponsors, and mentors take some of the most challenging health care pain points in existence and turn them in to some of the most innovative and disruptive solutions in the health care industry, working together to create tools and technology to help various problems in the vast field of pediatrics.

The event takes place in the brand-new Tepper Quad, a highly-anticipated state-of-the-art space at Carnegie Mellon University, demonstrating the first true academic innovation hub, bringing together business, technology, and beyond. The 2018 event kicked off with keynote speaker Thomas Tull, founder and CEO of Tulco.

Bring hope, and healing, to the kids at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and beyond through HACK THIS. HELP KIDS.

Click here to see the HACK THIS. HELP KIDS. steering committee.

Presented by

Citrone Thirty Three Foundation