100Plus Scholarship Program
Students who want to be considered for the scholarship award must submit a thoughtful response answering the question by August 31, 2021:
How will remote patient monitoring technology advance in the future to provide better health for the patients?
The focus can be general, or be specific to the particular device, such as a blood glucose monitor, blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter, or digital weight scale. The submission can be in the format of their choice, including written essay, PowerPoint, or video. The most visionary, insightful, and creative response benefiting patient-care will be awarded $2,000.
Please include your full name, email address, and attach a PowerPoint, video, or Word document to your submission.
Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
How long should the application take?
The application is made up of one, open-ended question due August 31, 2021. Responses to the question should be no longer than 350 words. For the video, we estimate a response should take only about 3 minutes, but it should not exceed more than 5 minutes. For powerpoint, the presentation should be approximately 5-10 pages/slides. With thoughtful consideration to the written, video prompts, and powerpoint, we estimate 3–5 hours needed to complete the scholarship application. The time it takes to complete the application will not affect your consideration. We are looking for thought-provoking, creative, insightful responses that will highlight how technology will improve remote patient care.
When will I hear back from you?
You will receive a confirmation email to confirm your application submission. We will notify everyone on or before September 30, 2021.
See official rules
How do I receive my scholarship funds?
Scholarship winners will be notified by September 30th, 2021 and will be asked to confirm receipt of the email and provide proof of enrollment in their academic program — please refer to the Official Rules. We’ll work with the winners to arrange the award. As a reminder, you can be asked to show proof of expenditure.