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The Challenge – reimagining regional and remote health care

Better health care starts with an idea. But it doesn’t stop there.

We challenge you to reimagine what it means to deliver regional and remote health care.

The Government of Western Australia has issued a global challenge for a world-leading medical research and innovation solution to resolve a pressing problem of health service delivery in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Show us how you think outside the box.

The best solution will take home the $5 million prize supported by our partners, Rio Tinto, BHP and the Future Health Research and Innovation Fund.

Reimagine regional and remote health care

Register to stay updated

Together with our partners, we will be hosting a series of webinars and updating our information for applicants over the next few months before Submissions close on the 31st of March.

Please register your interest now so you receive regular updates direct to your inbox to help you build the best possible application.

Stay up to date

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Entries

The Challenge is structured around 3 stages.

Submissions should be progressively developed over the coming months and entered during the 8-week submission window opening in February 2023.    

Prepare your entry

Partners

The Government of Western Australia has partnered with leading commercial and not-for-profit organisations from around the world to sponsor The Challenge prize pool and facilitate the delivery of proof of concept solutions.

Meet our partners

Resources

A range of resources have been compiled to assist you to prepare the best possible application for The Challenge. This information will be updated regularly, so keep checking in to read the latest available information.

Be sure to join us for our upcoming webinars to hear from health professionals and experts in the Pilbara.

Discover resources

Rules

Program guidelines and conditions are in place to support the delivery of The Challenge and set out who can participate and how submissions will be assessed.

Understand the rules