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Wireless Pill Bottle Wins Healthcare Innovation World Cup
Date:5/16/2013

Dr. Rohit Srivastava , and Dr. Yogesh Patil . SmartSense is a multianalyte sensing device for diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). It is being developed to sense all the metabolites necessary for management of the condition with a single prick. According to team members, it is designed to reduce the pain and economic burden faced by patients with DKA. The developing team of SmartSense is based at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.

  • Team EndoGoal; members Dr. Jennifer Shine Dyer (Twitter's @EndoGoddess), and Jeff Harper , DuetHealth. EndoGoal is a mobile and web-based rewards program for people with insulin-dependent diabetes who track daily glucoses. Rewards include weekly prepaid visa cards and a virtual pet, and are based on a social business model. Revenue comes from users' family-and-friend 'sponsors.' For more information about the Columbus, Ohio-based initiative, visit www.endogoal.com.
  • "Considering the caliber of these finalists – as well as many other participants in this competition – the future of diabetes innovation is exceptionally bright. We anticipate big achievements for all four finalists, and are excited to follow their trajectories in the healthcare industry," said Cole Manship , director of the Healthcare Innovation World Cup and manager of new programs and initiatives at HITLAB. "We hope this competition serves as a solid platform for their ongoing success."

    All four teams received $2,500 each for reaching the final round of the competition. Overall, more than 100 teams representing 20 countries around the globe submitted diabetes innovations for the Healthcare Innovation World Cup, which awarded a total $75,000 in prizes to semifinalists and finalists. For more inf
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