Today, DHIT, ASSIST, and their partners are announcing awards that will be given to outstanding proposals submitted through its Virtual Incubator. There are a variety of awards, including: cash prize(s), consulting services, prototyping and testing services, entry into an accelerator program, and mentorship.
“As Pfizer scientists continue to collaborate across our industry in researching therapies and vaccination candidates for this pandemic, we also want to help support ways to minimize any gaps in care due to the reduced clinical visits this situation has caused.” Jim Mangione, Director of Emerging Technologies at Pfizer [Chapel [...]
Overnight, the world has gone virtual. COVID-19 has created a worldwide crisis that has shaken our communities to the core. Beyond the dangers of the virus itself, its impact will ripple through our economy and healthcare system for years. However, the present crisis creates an opportunity for our communities, policymakers, healthcare organizations, and [...]
[Durham, NC, October 29, 2019] DHIT (Digital Health Institute for Transformation) is pleased to announce that Durham-based Terazo will be the 2019 DHIT Summit Happy Hour Sponsor, hosted on Wednesday, November 13, from 5-7pm at the Full Frame Theatre on the American Tobacco Campus. This casual, intimate event caps off an incredible gathering of [...]
Chapel Hill, NC | September 16, 2019 Chapel Hill, NC - On the heels of securing a collaboration with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, DHIT (Digital Health Institute for Transformation) is pleased to announce the creation of a talent and technology highway between North Carolina and [...]
Bringing Innovative Software Development and Technologies to Transform Healthcare [Durham, NC, June 28, 2019] DHIT (Digital Health Institute for Transformation) is pleased to announce that Durham-based CrossComm will join a growing list of organizations dedicated to increasing innovation in the healthcare industry by highlighting new software and services that are built to engage patients [...]