Hearst Health Prize

A $100,000 award given in recognition of outstanding achievement in managing or improving health in the US through the application of data science.

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About the Hearst Health Prize. The purpose of the Hearst Health Prize is to proliferate best practices in data science in healthcare more rapidly, and to showcase successful work. The competition evaluates data science projects or programs that have been implemented and have demonstrated improved health outcomes. It is not a grant program. The winner of the Hearst Health Prize receives $100,000. In addition, up to two finalists will each receive $25,000. As the official partner of the Hearst Health Prize, the UCLA Center for SMART Health identifies data science programs making a measurable difference in human health.

The current call for submissions for the 2022 Hearst Health Prize is now open! All entries must be submitted by Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time/8:59 PM Pacific Time.

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