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Pitch Number
Nameemailphonepitch
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1Alaa Qari
alaaqari@hotmail.com
8574157349Patients with georgraphical access limitation only recieve screenings during the first visit. Preventive access to dental care.
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2Jane Shan
janeshan@hotmail.com
203918659560% of patients over 65 years of age suffer from dementia. Concerns to help patients that are unable to find their way home. "take them home"
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Stephen Fitzmeyer
sfitzmeyer@yahoo.com
9046866279There is a volume of information about patients that never makes it to the clinic.
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4Bob Hurley
bob.hurley@comcast.net
6172726119Sleep disorders: How to detect the onset of sleep disorders, which affect over 40 M people.
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5Lloyd
lloyd@nervetimer.com
6786981717Medicine adherance: there is a need to educate patients regarding how to use medications and take medications regularly and safely
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Hayward Zwerling
H2MD@me.com
9784070101Mediciation adherance
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7Dan Yee
daniel.yee@cpk.com
7372224159
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8Darien Nurse
dariennurse@gmail.com
6785316897Social harships of learning about heart attacks. Patient families need better education regarding patient conditions that are easy to understand and mentally cope with
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Hojatollah Rezaeinejad
hojat.the idea is to create an app that connect doctors to costumers to give the professional insight about their conditions
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10Transiting patient information to surgery teams
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11Mahmoud Sakr
masakr@mit.edu
6175151320Dealing with problems regarding defirilators and pacemakers.
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12Hao XingConfusion after doctor appointments. Patients are often overloaded with tests during their visit. How can you empower and inform patients about their treatment course.
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13Corey Campbell6038457917PTSD: Getting access to care is difficult and expensive. How could we use connected health solutions to attack this problem in low resource settings, like Syria.
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14Archit Jha
aj6806@mit.edu
585-3097960Bed ridden patients often experience bed sores. It is difficult to turn patients on beds.
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15Mike Barros
mdbarros@bu.edu
9784246239Access to treatment for substance addiction is limited, sporadic, expensive.
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16Jason Cardinal
jason.cardinal@yahoo.com
713-298-5197Cancer patients desire clinical trial access and lack control to their treatments. How to better match clinical trial participation to patient geography and condition.
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17Steve Mintz
steve.mintz@gmail.com
917-602-3777Adherance to treatment for cancer patients
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18Tom Birch
thomasbirch.md@gmail.com
2014030427Difficulty in diagnosing abdominal pain due to geography dependence. How can we make integrate local data with diagnosis procedures
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19Nicholas Klemen
nicholas.klemen@gmail.com
812-345-1341 Barriers in patient-doctor communication
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20Nate Lee
natelee.sb@gmail.com
802-881-1413Difficulty in making appointments for traumatic brain injury patients
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21Rohan Gidvani
rohan.gidvani@gmail.com
857-234-8003How can we capture data along the continuum of care regarding the patient's physiology to better inform clinician
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22Yusuke Tsugawa
ytsugawa@hsph.harvard.edu
6179354803How to reduce barriers in reciving quality care without being medically literate.
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23Ahmed Fazlyfazly@mit.edu507-990-9585Medical device related infections causing healthcare associated infections (HAIs)
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24Poorya Hosseini
prossini@mit.edu
617-955-9369Quality of patient engagement is directly related to patient satisfaction and improvement. How can we measure patient engagement?
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Ishanee Rudna + David Pearl
rudna221@mtholyoke.edu
6463717928There is an abundance of first-aid certified people, yet a long wait for an ambulance. How can we make access to medical attention faster?
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26Gusti Kustyanto
gkustyanto@gmail.com
585-729-7826Insurance is expensive. Can we pivot accountability of care to the patient?
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27Andrin Foster
andrin.foster@gmail.com
408-384-8213Applications developed in the first world, like electronic medical records, disintegrate in underdeveloped situations
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Shashank Shekhar
shashank.f1@gmail.com
617-817-0148How can we help patients organize information from their clinical notes to better match them with clinical trials
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29Kartikeya Sahai
kartikeyasahai91@gmail.com
408-391-3094Can we actively track infant health to prevent anxiety related to nonspecific symptoms?
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30Tyler Roach
troach06@yahoo.com
267-798-5912Cancer patients find themselves trapped inside their homes and may have cognitive defects. Can we use VR to alleviate this?
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31Saurabh Kandpal
skandpal314@gmail.com
415-766-8623Insulin dependent diabetic patients have to routinely adjust insulin dose, keep regular logs for their doses.
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32Iesha Josma
iejosma@gmail.com
267-901-1717lower cost of healthcare treatment for mentally ill pts by reviewing daily life, social skills, doctor compatibility and medicine adherance
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33Sujay
ssk288@mail.harvard.edu
408-674-4331how do we help poorly educated people understand/comprehend the symptomless risk factors (high blood pressure, high cholesterol)?
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34Ali Azeem
ali.azeem@tufts.edu
330-398-1131Numerous clipboards are used in clinic to keep track of patients.
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35Sthuthi Jebaraj
sjebarajl@babson.edu
857-250-1585Doctors are still responsible for delivering patient results in person. Is there a way we can make this more efficient to relieve doctors of this burden?
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36Dan Morden
dan.morden87@gmail.com
618-917-4686Difficulty in diagnosing changes in health during old age
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37Violetta Medik8572253369How to make patient care easier for broken bones etc. (Opening pill bottles, calling employers etc.)
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38Alaa Qari
alaaqari@hotmail.com
8574157349Soft tissue examination for oral conditions, empowering patients to monitor their dental health
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39Hao Xing
howhsing@gmail.com
617-460-0690Can we centralize the information for detemining cost and quality of treatments across different institutions
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40David
david.khojah@gmail.com
508-461-8210real time Data regarding various patient care platforms is not centralized for patients and doctors
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41Erdem Yilmaz
eyilmaz@mit.edu
508-461-8210Difficulty in understanding a clinician when they explain complicated medical conditions
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42Mirar Bristol
mbristol@mit.edu
610-496-9239Family members of patients with chronic disease suffer because mental health and other chronic disease care does not include active and passive information regarding a patient.
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43Hamza
hzaidi@mit.edu
857-498-4560In low resource settings, there is a lack of access to sustainable health care solutions and financial models to sustain a healthcare system
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44JC734-604-7897Lack of communication amongst specialties in medical care, and lack of centralized responsibility for a patient makes care difficult and confusing for the patient
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45Johnny Pellecer
jpellecer@partners.org
617-543-2961Lab workflows are still on paper, which is inefficient
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46Alex Rich
alexrich@yale.edu
316-213-3449Federal agencies collect large amounts of data, which is not fully utilized. Can this be made more accessible to people?
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47Joanna Mitri
joanna.mitri@joslin.harvard.edu
401-749-0149Lack of physician-interaction outside of clinic visit
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