April 13-14, 2018                                     

               

Theme

The CajunCodeFest is a looking for the next innovative idea, app, software, device, etc. focusing on the opioid healthcare exploring use, treatment and prevention.

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Competitors

All innovators are welcome! The competition is open to developers, students, technology and healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs, etc. The best team is a mix of brainstormers and developers.

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Prizes!

The CajunCodeFest uses data to create innovative ideas and solutions that can address the opioid epidemic. Teams are rewarded for their hard work with prizes, cash and bragging rights!

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Opioid Healthcare Challenge Winners

 

Best Overall Team -

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(L-R) Congressman Clay Higgins, Dr. Carrie Castille, State Director, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, Prachi Rajiwadia (front), Thomas Nguyen (back), Noah Karavatakis, Mike Davis (Team Mentor) Lisa Ranney (Team Mentor) Matt Delcambre, Director, Center for Business & Information Technologies, Bruce Greenstein, Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Team Members Not Pictured: Jesse Breeland and Cha’Kerra Lewis.

 

 

Best K-12 Team

mypillz

 

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LHC-Group-One-Color-CS4   Thank you to the LHC Group for providing Ipads to the winning K-12 team.

 

(L-R) Prachi Rajiwadia, Thomas Nguyen, Noah Karavatakis, Cha’Kerra Lewis, Mike Davis (Team Mentor) Lisa Ranney (Team Mentor), Congressman Clay Higgins. Team Member Not Pictured: Jesse Breeland

 

 

Best College Team (tie) -

Team Comp

 

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(L-R) Bruce Greenstein, Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Robert Indorf, Austin Pohlmann, Nicholas Barreca, Chad Galloway

 

 

Best College Team (tie) and Team Favorite - 

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(L-R) Dr. Carrie Castille, State Director, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, Copeland Corley, Andrew Yoshimura Ny Pham, Zachary Kirby

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

 

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The  annual CajunCodeFest Summit and Challenge, hosted by the Center for Business & Information Technologies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, is April 13 & 14, 2018. The  events focus on on a new healthcare theme each year. The summit is open to the public and the challenge is open to all students and professionals with an innovative spirit. Teams use data to build apps and tools addressing the opioid epidemic to win cash, prizes and bragging rights. 

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