Based on process problems I've seen at hackathons to date, my "hackathon goal" was to map Pete Kane's objectives1 to a plan containing activities that we could execute and improve at TRI-con. The subsequent "2020 Kidney Cancer Hackathon: Results" post describes what actually happened. Of course, I expect the plan to be iterated upon and improved as time goes on.
CancerCommons and PatientsLikeMe are two organizations which will take your patient data and make it available for research. In addition, below is a list of companies which will purportedly store and rent out your clinical and genomic data, and then give you a cut of the proceeds. Others are starting up.