130 participants, among students, healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs and researchers worked on three thematic tables (Re-thinking Care, Re-thinking Patients, Re-thinking Systems) to identify e re-design the most relevant problems in both patients and caregivers experience.
Teams worked on materials and documents issued from an intense activity of user research and need analysis conducted by Attoma in collaboration with the University of Milano Bicocca on ten hospitals all over Italy.
At the end of the day, each table identified and shared a list of HMW questions and innovation challenges. We will ask to hackers, designers and startuppers to answer them during the the final event of the program, the Hacking Health Hackathon on next November.
Hacking Health is an international open innovation program. Attoma Group is the Italian partner of the program. Roche Italia is the main sponsor of the 2016 edition.