Appitup challenge 2015 finalists
Couples smartphones/watches to a minute respiratory effort sensor to provide the most robust and accurate portable measures of aerobic fitness, energy expenditure, and oxygen debt.
Finalists: Hansell Stedman, MD; Ben Kozyak, MD; and Hans Stedman
Development Partner: PromptWorks
Allows patients to track joint function at home and provides physicians and physical therapists with the data needed to guide patients remotely during rehabilitation.
Finalists: Feini Qu, PhD and Peter Gebhard
Development Partner: Excellis & CloudMine
A safer, cheaper alternative to traditional prisons. Gives offenders access to a variety of services while monitoring their actions and encouraging pro-social behaviors.
Finalist: Alan Holden
Development Partner: White Lake Interactive
CME Recording App
Records a physician's use of educational materials such as journals, references, and institutional updates, and provides continuing medical education (CME) credit.
Finalist: Brian Jenssen, MD
Development Partner: Offshorent
Provides patients the ability to have home sleep study on their phones without having to go to sleep at a facility for a sleep study.
Finalist: Milind Patel, MD
Development Partner: BrickSimple
People who have their own dedicated parking spot in busy cities can rent out their unoccupied space to app users.
Finalists: Taylor Mills and John Jimenez
Development Partner: Valex Consulting
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