Reinventing Healthcare Access and Delivery

What is a Hackathon?

Someone had an idea. What if there was an event where people from all walks of life could get together and brainstorm the next best solution to a problem? The perfect gathering of people all collaborating, working together and doing something remarkable. Learn more about the history of the Hackathon here, and check out last years winners! Have some questions? Check out our FAQ, or contact us!


What are Tracks?

Tracks are the themes of the Hackathon - the general ideas and paths that the projects follow. These tracks reflect current trends or themes that represent current problems, issues or opportunities that have the potential to be addressed. If you have any idea that fits these categories, then bring it to the Hackathon! Other like minded people will work with you to help bring these ideas to life.


Teams & Groups

Teams are the groups that will form in order address and come up with a solution to a proposed problem. Problems are identified and brought forward by participants based along the tracks. The problems are proposed and then groups naturally form as people join them based on interest and ideas. The teams formed based on these problems will work together throughout the duration of the Hackathon. After a presentation to a panel of judges, a winner for each track will be selected!

Congratulations to Our 2018 Winners!



Wearables & Data Science

A handheld device which monitors the immune system by detecting immunoglobulin levels and provides recommended interventions.

Elizabeth Hall Arts & Humanities Professor Stockton University

James Chun UX Designer Connect Chun

Samir Khan Neuroengineer SIR-VR

Hui Min Tan Bioengineering Student Singapore

Christine Fisher PhD Candidate Thomas Jefferson University



Healthcare with No Address

A fundoscope that is optimized for a telehealth visit for checkups of prevalent chronic conditions such as diabetes.

Adam Hecht Industrial Design Student Jefferson - East Falls 

Victor Hsue Medical Student Sidney Kimmel Medical College

Mark Keroles Medical Student Sidney Kimmel Medical College



Medicinal Cannabis & Hemp

An innovative solution to better convey information about cannabis to patients.

Anthony Allen Developer Philadelphia, PA

David Rehmat Jr. Senior Application Developer Angus Energy

Chris Curotto Software Engineer Angus Energy

Hayden Hughes Student & Developer Sterling High School

Tyree Robinson Student & Musician Camden County Technical School (Observing student)

Daniel Hoffens Front End Developer Chaikin Analytics

Annaya Ahmand Psychology Student Jefferson - East Falls