London, 16 — 17 May 2015

Held at King's College London, and organised by Dr Helen Jackson

Photo by Paul Clarke ©

Blog posts about the event

Teams

ResusRecord An application that makes documentation during medical emergencies easier, faster, and much more accurate. Andrew Mcardle (@andrew_mcardle) Adam Pennycuick Finn Catling (@FinnCatling) Maria Cross John Reynolds Oscar Bennett (@OFBennett) Project Link , Project Link , Project Link
Dental Charting UI Open Source Graphic Dental Charting for Community Dental Services – a simple way to record the status of teeth (present, absent, decayed etc), with architecture designed to allow data export in the future. Andrew Geddis-Regan (@andygeddisregan) Becky Wassall (@bexmoxon) Ken Ross (@kzhen) Piete Sartain (@pietesartain) Piotr Dubiniec John Pyle Carys Newbury Project Link , Project Link
Balance Balance is a tool that is used to help improve the dialog between clinician and patient to achieve shared decisions. @barnyhole @medicandme Project Link , Project Link
Diab-etes Diab-eaties is web-based collection of games to teach children some simple principles of managing diabetes in a fun way. They can do it at home, or even in clinic before going in to see the doctor. Simon Chapman (@diab-eaties) Project Link , Project Link
His Kick Data Using HES Open Data to find stuff out about central London hospitals – but more to find out about HES data itself. @HSCICOpenData Project Link
LOCAMOTOR Platform for matching Bank Staff with Vacant slots, with an iPhone app and front facing calendar website. Angela Yu (@YU_Angela) Thomas Borwick (@Tborwick) Ritu Saini James Carter Ayesha Garrett Robert Anderson Project Link , Project Link
MyCPD MyCPD helps you build your CV and compare your learning path with your peers. Ad and Mike (@drmgeorge87) (@doismellburning) Project Link
Big map of (almost) everything An easy to use service to help people find health and care services – from hospitals to defibrillators. All on one map, with the ability to search and filter. @sheldonline @masterniket @ovedpathak @thomasridd @didlix Project Link , Project Link
W8TX Mobile App Empowering patients to get treated sooner. A hospital-facing web-based software to deliver data assurance and innovative techniques in tracking and management patient flow through the journey from referral to treatment. Noel E
TakeYourMeds TakeYourMeds is a low tech automated phone reminder for patient who sometimes need prompting to take their medications or administer other treatments regularly. @fiona_stacey @deckofpandas @marcus_baw @c-christensen @rossjones @mikejthompson @judegibbons @symroe @szotten Project Link
moveYA An application to address peoples inactivity when using devices. Project Link , Project Link
eCDR eCDR (electronic Controlled Drug Register) provides a simple electronic system to monitor and audit the flow of controlled drugs through a pharmacy. This solution meets legislative requirements and is more reliable, less cumbersome and less time consuming than the existing paper based system. @thatdavidmiller @georgelunduk @fredkingham @helenst @bitcollider @drcjar Project Link , Project Link
Hackabetes Freeing diabetes data and hardware for patients. Tim Omer (@tim_omer) Project Link
NHS.me A way for all NHS stakeholders to view relevant patient data, NHS.me is an interface for patients as well as healthcare professionals, unifying all aspects of patient care into one system. @sean_harbison @lachenmayer @EmMoiii Project Link
MyCare Online portal for patient validated reported outcomes. Kingshuk Vijay Andrew Adam Kyle

Sponsors

NHS Hack Day would not be possible without the help of our excellent sponsors.

£5000 towards venue hire and lunch for 150 people on both days http://www.commissioningboard.nhs.uk/
£160 towards infrastructure
£100 http://www.hemavault.com/
New T shirt design, banner, stickers and digital logos for use in projects http://londonlime.net/
10 books as prizes http://www.oreilly.com/
VPS hosting as a prize http://www.retrosnub.co.uk/
40 NHS Hack Day T shirts https://anvil.works/
tbc http://openhealthcare.org.uk/
Lots of logistical support http://www.hin-southlondon.org/