There is no shortage of healthcare app hackathons and contests these days, but the William Osler Health System in Brampton, Ontario, wastes no time in getting its contest's winning apps into the hands of patients and caregivers right away.
Susan deRyk, vice president of patient experience, communications, and strategy at Osler, said the system's approach to involving technology students in diving right into solving contemporary problems has gained attention from other industries.
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