Philly Health Codefest April 5-7

Improve Health Information Use through New Technologies
Health Library Innovation Prize$2,000 (April 5-7, 2013)

@ Philly Health <CODEFEST> – a two-day coding competition to help transform data into health information solutions at the iSchool at Drexel University. Join or bring a team to help shape new approaches, prototypes and tools to improve information access and use in health libraries.

Total Prize pool is over $17,000 – with other opportunities also to win special prizes for Innovation, Best Mobile, Most Scalable and more!

For questions & FREE registration Check out and our Frequently Asked Questions page.

The Healthcare Information Challenge: Unlock the Power of Healthcare Big Data

The Philly Health Codefest is a two-day coding competition to transform data into healthcare solutions. This exciting coding marathon brings together innovative thinkers and programmers of all types: professional software developers, software designers, undergraduate and graduate students, health care leaders, educators, and entrepreneurs. Participants organize into teams; either before arriving or during the event, and over a 36-hour period build exciting new prototypes and tools to improve healthcare.

Join Others with Great Ideas to Improve Healthcare IT Help Shape New Approaches, Prototypes and Tools to Improve Healthcare

“Code-a-thons” conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have proven to be powerful economic development engines across the country, with many start-ups from these events held in technology hubs such as Silicon Valley, Boston, and New York City.

We are bringing national thought leaders and software development professionals to meet with our area’s talent to spur local collaboration and startup creation.

OR please contact:          

Rod Miller
Philly Health Codefest Director,
Chief Strategy Officer,
The iSchool, College of Information Science and Technology
Phone: 215-895-2053