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HealthHack Perth 2015
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Serious Brain GamesJeremy Lu, Ramon Fernandes, Ben Tsen, Sebastian Henn, Kartik Iyer, Karoline Kolman, Danielle Giles, Mahtab Nezhadasl, Tele Tanjeremy@groupmap.comDevelop an innovative biofeedback interface, link with a computer game, improve emotion recognition skills of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).Stage One: Record location of where player is looking. Calculate amount of time spent looking at a target. Stage Two: Insert face into game. Gather data on where player is looking. Stage Three: Include "fun" element by making face responsive when looked at. Include story elementhttps://github.com/Sebastian-henn/HealthHackhttps://github.com/Sebastian-henn/HealthHackhttps://prezi.com/q9euqnij3xkk/using-games-to-teach-social-skills-to-children-on-the-autistism-spectrum/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
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Team RiskyAsh Same, Matt Lambie, John Nguyen, Tina Lam, Dave Chandler, Mary Hewitt, Josie Yeotina.lam@curtin.edu.auYoung people are overrepresented in harm statistics while underrepresented in health surveys. We are building a survey system to investigate context and minimise harm. Help us visualise the data.A novel approach to collecting survey data from teens - a swipe-left/swipe-right survey. Visualisations demonstrating the need for policy change.https://github.com/nii236/speedy-quizhttps://github.com/nii236/speedy-quizhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1QYXM98HlOSQHEGkOaeK1eTbsg5iFP8ZaqdgpqL1KueY
Spirit of the hack
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BugBustersMichelle Stirlingmichelle.stirling@iinet.net.auClinicians need to be able to visualise antibiotic usage rates in their work areas in order to drive improvements in antibiotic prescribing practice.A tool to compare prescriptions at ward level at usage density rates
https://github.com/phfoss/HH2015-BugBusters
https://github.com/phfoss/HH2015-BugBustershttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6H0WmpSqF--azhOQWlYQk1rOFk/view?usp=sharing
Best data analysis/visualisation
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Ecoli Simone Tempone, Daniel Kasatchkow, Alain Lesaffrea, David Kong, Gagan Garg, Charmaine Tonkin, Michelle Stirling, Sue Bensonsimone.Tempone@health.wa.gov.auThe goal is to use data within the pathology laboratory information system to identify where microbiology testing is being used optimally to diagnose infection and identify areas of improvement in sample collection processes In order to achieve this we are looking to develop a simple yet meaningful method of visualising all relevant data in a format that is easy for clinicians and decision makers within the organisations to interpret and guide future policy development.https://github.com/Lesaffrea/Health-Hack/blob/master/README.mdhttps://github.com/Lesaffrea/Health-Hackhttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1o2HWyzRz3vnNDmtPpkhvz07oL1lur-fQjjtgNk76zMQ/edit?usp=sharing
Best commercial opportunity
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HackMeCorey Richardson, David Paredpare@kpmg.com.auA falls prevention solution that is proactive, personalised and alerts carers to unsteadyness before the fall. It is also a platform to engage the community in contributing to solving this public health issue.A smartphone app that detects fall and unsteadiness, analyses the data and triggers an action. A web platform that cross-references Landgate geospacial information to correlate fall incidents with data such as construction, weather, events and more.https://github.com/dpare/Hackday-2015https://github.com/dpare/Hackday-2015https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1kju2EwsrlCb3pPdmhiV1I4WDA/view?usp=sharing
Most innovative use of location data
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Care-inatorBen Hawthorn, Valeria Spirovski, Ray Grasso, Taryn MusgraveBen Hawthorn 0405293919help people in health compromised positions make decisions around home based health servicesSuggesting a health service package based on the users' health issue, circumstance and locationhttps://github.com/mesquka/careinatorhttps://github.com/mesquka/careinatorhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4bHnEaFq9UdWUFMRk5vT1FxR2c/view?usp=sharing
Best product opportunity
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UV BuddyCindy Black, Vidya Jambu, Ryan Musgrave, Macklin HartleyLucinda.Black@telethonkids.org.auDevelop a Sun Exposure App to balance vitamin D needs with skin cancer risk depending on your skin type.UV buddy gives your recommended sun exposure for your skin type and current local conditions.https://vidyajambu.proto.io/share/?id=83f06200-4b7f-4617-9455-5d60cf8d8737&v=1https://github.com/TelethonKidsSunExposure/SunExposureApphttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1pIzBdghB0XPc89t6SCXzpjRil0r_Hv2YuRJg1ofEphQ/edit?usp=sharing
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TelethonKidsHospitalDataChris Bellew (Developer), Andriy Tatsiy (Data Mining), Jarrel Seah (Developer)Chris Bellew, cjbellew@gmail.com, 0406082011Medical researchers want a tool to help them analyse the large number of hospital admissions for children in WA. Technical tools require programming or database skills and so require the time of trained statisticians. Telethon kids institute need a tool to help them discover patterns in the diagnoses of children.We created a web based tool to allow anyone to search throughhttps://github.com/ChrisBellew/TelethonKidsHospitalDatahttps://github.com/ChrisBellew/TelethonKidsHospitalDatahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV4zsEHREkE&feature=youtu.be
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PS. If you need some development resources/inspiration, try...
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http://govhack-toolkit.readthedocs.org/
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It's CC BY licensed, so updates and modifications are welcome at:
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https://github.com/govhackaustralia/govhack-toolkit
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https://github.com/govhackaustralia/govhack-toolkit/issues
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