BMI Researchers Win "iDeas that Work" Grand Prize
Feb 11, 2014 1:00 AM
The iDeas that Work competition (http://www.ihealthconference.org) provided an opportunity for companies to demonstrate how they are overcoming challenges in healthcare through operational and applied clinical informatics initiatives. Six finalists showcased their solutions in front of the iDea Factory Expert Panel before the winners were announced on Friday, January 31.
The 1st Place $5,000 prize went to Qing Zeng-Treitler, PhD, Joshua Proulx, BS, Brent Hill, MS, RN, Carrie Christensen, BA, Bruce Bray, MD, University of Utah: HeartsLikeMine: Personalized Support for Shared Decision Making Using a Large Clinical Data Repository.