Sim-Prints’ biometrics app for improving patient care in the developing world won the first Idea Transform Weekend held in Cambridge, UK, reports Business Weekly.
With this mobile phone-based app, health care workers can collect and check patient information in a variety of environments. The project was developed by Shruti Badwar, Mariy Chhatriwala, Toby Norman for the Global Health Hack Day in March. James Crosby, Marcos Ikegame and Gail Mayhew joined the team for this competition.
As winners, the team will have a three-month membership at the ideaSpace Enterprise Accelerator.
The inaugural Idea Transform Weekend included 26 ideas from over 100 people. The competition encouraged participants to develop world-changing projects.
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