We decided to make this application with the idea of ease of communication between the client and a doctor.

What it does

A client submits a report of injury/sickness with a self-evaluation system, and the doctor uses their best judgement to figure out what is wrong. The doctor is able to choose from a multitude of client reports and respond to any one of them. Once the doctor has submit their report, the report is available to be viewed from the client's side on the diagnostics panel. We also have an additional website for structural support.

How we built it

We built it using Android Studio. We designed the logo using Adobe Photoshop.

Challenges we ran into

We tried to setup an AWS server in which we spend roughly 12 hours configuring. We gave up after experiencing too many errors and began to focus solely on the other important backbones of the app.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

We are proud of the simplicity and elegance of the website. We are also proud of our efforts

What we learned

We learned to not take a bus at 2:30 am and not get any sleep prior to working on this hackathon project. We learned how to navigate the AWS system and Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Cognito and how to work under pressure and learned to not spend a long time on a single thing.

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