Learn to develop CDS applications from the industry-leading modelling team

Make an immediate contribution to the enhancement of healthcare through open source

Translate your CDS apps with ease and share them internationally

Receive a certificate that endorses your clinical modelling skills

Demonstrate your work for the CDS team at Cambio

Get the chance to interview for a position on the team

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CDS Summer App Challenge 2017 (FULL)

This summer, we invite you to join our CDS app challenge and model a clinical decision support application that could contribute to enhancing tomorrow’s healthcare delivery while gaining you industry recognition and certification. In under 14 weeks, you will be walking from the start point of your idea or clinical concept, through archetypes, guidelines and views, to delivering a demo CDS application that will be assessed by our jury for your chance at our bouquet of prizes.

Update 2017-07-15: The maximum number of contestants for the challenge has been reached and registration is now closed. In case a position in the challenge becomes vacant, we will contact the first person on the waiting list (sign-up form available below). Thank you for showing interest in our clinical decision support challenge and we hope to see you again next year!

What’s in it for you?

  • Learn to develop CDS applications from the industry-leading modelling team
  • Make an immediate contribution to the enhancement of healthcare through open source
  • Translate your CDS apps with ease and share them internationally
  • Receive a certificate that endorses your clinical modelling skills
  • The top three finalists will be offered the chance to demo their case for the Cambio Healthcare Systems CDS team at the Stockholm office
  • If declared the winner, be offered an interview for a position on the team

Are you up for the challenge?

This is your chance to get involved with the development of tomorrow’s healthcare.

Already have an idea you want to work on? Head over to the tutorial pages for information on how to get started. If not, gather some of your friends for a brain-storming session or present yourself in the #matchmaking channel on Slack (invitation needed – available after registration) to find other individuals to discuss and possibly partner up with. Feel free to browse through our public showcase page on GitHub for inspiration.

Fill in the form below to register for the challenge – break a leg!

Rules

  • You must reside in one of the Nordic countries or the UK.
  • You may participate in the challenge individually or in a group of two.
  • Your submitted clinical model will be shared under open source, which by definition means the copyright holder grants public access with the right to study, modify and use the software.
  • You have from the 1st of June until the 30th of September to submit your finalized model, which will then be assessed by clinical relevance, accuracy, scientific bearing and technical stability.
  • The winner will be announced by October 25th.

Waiting List!

The Jury

The jury to assess the submitted models and declare a winner consists of distinguished healthcare professionals who have all contributed to the enhancement of health IT. It includes prominent members of the openEHR community such as Dr. Ian McNicoll, Silje Ljosland Bakke and Rong Chen MD, PhD.

 Sweden

  • NICLAS SKYTTBERG, MD; Chief Medical Officer at Capio St. Göran Hospital
  • TOMAS BLOCK, MD PhD; Chief Medical Officer, Cambio; Head of Research & Development at Capio St. Görans Hospital
  • PATRIK HEMMING, MD PhD; Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery at Karolinska University Hospital; Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Stockholm County Council.
  • ABOOZAR EGHDAM, PhD; UX Adviser, Cambio; Post-doc at Health Informatics Centre, Karolinska Institutet
  • MORTEN KILDAL, MD; Associate Professor in Plastic Surgery; Head of Value Based Health Care at Uppsala University Hospital
  • RONG CHEN, MD, PhD; Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Cambio; Board Member of the openEHR Foundation
  • RICKARD CARLHED, MD, PhD, MSc; Oncologist; Clinical adviser, Cambio
  • STEFANO BONACINA, Senior researcher; Health Informatics Center, Karolinska Institutet
  • MIKAEL HOFFMAN, MD; Consultant Clinical Pharmacologist and Infectious Disease Specialist. Head of Swedish Network of Pharmacoepidemiology (NEPI)
  • SABINE KOCH, Professor; Head of Health Informatics Centre at Karolinska Institutet
  • GUNNAR KLEIN, Professor; Informatics/eHealth at Örebro University
  • DANIEL KARLSSON, PhD; Senior Lecturer in Medical Informatics at Linköping University and Chair of Swedish Federation for Medical Informatics (SFMI)
  • Oskar Nordlund, MD, Primary Care Specialist; Clinical Adviser, Cambio Healthcare Systems

 Norway

  • SILJE BAKKE, RN; Information Architect at National ICT; Board member of the openEHR Foundation
  • STIJN VAN DE VELDE, PhD; Coordinator of GUIDES project; Founding editor-in-chief of EBMPracticeNet
  • GUSTAV BELLIKA, Professor; Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
  • LUIS MARCO-RUIZ, PhD, Post-doc; Norwegian Centre for E-health Research

 UK

  • IAN MCNICOLL, MD, MSc; Co-chair of the openEHR Foundation Management Board
  • TONY SHANNON, MD; Director of the Ripple Foundation
  • PETER COATES, Head of Ecosystem Development at NHS Digital; Code4Health

 Denmark

  • HENRIK LINDHOLM, Product manager at Cambio DK; Lecturer Health Informatics, Aalborg University; Previously regional EHR responsible, Region South, Denmark

Related image USA

  • Stan Huff, MD; Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Intermountain Healthcare, USA