NODE.Health presented evidence based awards for digital transformation
NEW YORK, NY, — Last week NODE.Health announced the winners of the FITT Awards Competition. The FITT Awards focus on discovery, standardization, improvement and sharing best practices in digital evidence.
The distinguished panel of judges reviewed over 20 submissions and narrowed it down to three winners for the specified categories. “Overall, I was really impressed with the quality of the submissions and the innovations of each project. The future of medicine is very exciting!” says Kristen Miller, DrPH, CPPS, Scientific Director, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare.
The award winners were announced Wednesday, December 11th at the annual Digital Medicine Conference held at the Microsoft Conference Center in New York City. Award winners presented on the main stage of the conference. The winners are:
• Most Promising Digital Medicine Innovation: Transmural Biotech SL – Barcelona, Fetal Maturity Test
• Best Evidence-Based Study: Hinge Health, Chronic Musculoskeletal Conditions
• Most Transformative Technology: Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, The Pediatric Evaluation of Emotions Relationships and Socialisation (PEERS)
Founded in 2016, NODE.Health is a non profit organization and digital medicine society comprised of over 24 health systems as well as researchers and independent contributors. The organization’s mission is to bring the rigor of evidence based digital medicine to the forefront of healthcare.
NODE.Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to education, validation and dissemination of evidence based digital medicine. As the largest professional association in digital medicine, NODE.Health empowers societies, executives and NODES from health systems, payers, life sciences, venture capital, startups and the public sector involved in healthcare digital transformation.