Ashfield Healthcare Communications' Stephanie Tortell and Andrew Binns are featured in an article by PM360 titled 'Healthcare Hackathons: Winning at Healthcare Comms'.
Ashfield Healthcare Communications‘ Stephanie Tortell and Andrew Binns are featured in an article by PM360 titled ‘Healthcare Hackathons: Winning at Healthcare Comms’.
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The beauty of hackathons is they bring together people with a whole range of skill sets to collaborate in solving a specific challenge. The timeframe for hackathons is often one to two days so agile, efficient, focused thinking is needed to ensure tangible outcomes are delivered. This fast-paced ethos is challenging, tiring, and mentally draining.
So, what made us even begin to contemplate organizing and partaking in a hackathon? It all began over a coffee. A cup of coffee with one of our healthcare clients in which a discussion took place about how to collaborate to meet a number of challenges efficiently and cost effectively. The perfect scenario for a hackathon.
Very quickly the idea of a hackathon became a reality. Logistics were planned, staff were recruited and the challenges defined. The agency/client hackathon was created, and we named it Kollider, the perfect term for what happens when great minds come together.
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