Anyone can hack, doctors too

"You see, our current system relies on a single phone call from a nurse the day before surgery to convey a lot of important information. The reality is that almost all of our parents (and probably many of our pediatric parents too) have a smartphone with them at all times. So why not give them as much information as we can via a device that they will most likely be using throughout the day?" - Dr. Matthew Monteleone, pediatric anesthesiologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital

NewYork-Presbyterian featured two participants of the InnovateNYP: Pediatric App Challenge on NewYork-Presbyterian's Medium channel. They are both members of the Appathon winning team, Kinder, renamed "PIP" after their first prize submission. Click above to read the full blog post.