Joshua Vest, PhD, associate professor in health policy and management, was recently announced as one of three Inject Tech Challenge finalists.
Through his work at Regenstrief Institute, Dr. Vest is developing a platform to effectively access and leverage social factors data to enable health care organizations to take further action and address the whole patient to attain better health outcomes.
BioCrossroads announced the finalists of its inaugural Indiana Inject Tech Challenge – a digital health competition that seeks to catalyze the creation of new, disruptive solutions designed to improve patient outcomes. The winners will be announced on Oct. 9 at the Indiana Life Sciences Summit with first place receiving $10,000 in prize money.
The Inject Tech Challenge sought to answer four health challenge statements, including a digital health and mobile medical solution for measuring, monitoring and treating disease progressing in chronic pain, prediabetes/diabetes and/or diabetic complications and the development of an innovative, total support system/model to enable clinical trials participation of diverse populations.