Health Innovation School

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Course Corrections: How Health Care Innovators Learn from Setbacks to Achieve Success | Commonwealth Fund

Innovation

Spreading and scaling up innovation and improvement

• Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford OX2 6GG, UK<p>Disseminating innovation across the healthcare system is challenging but …

Five ways in which healthcare innovation has changed over the past 15 years

Fifteen years ago healthcare innovation became my field of work – first as a research program manager, more recently as Chief Technology …

One-on-One with Healthcare Innovation Leader Naomi Fried

Naomi Fried, Ph.D., has a career that seems to cover all the exciting areas of healthcare. From being a VC consultant to being one of the first to …

Reverse Innovation: When Disruptive Health Solutions Go West

We tracked down the most prominent examples of reverse innovation in digital health from Zipline drones in Rwandan to portable ECG machines in rural …

Innovation

Leading Change – A National Survey of Chief Innovation Officers in Health Systems

<b>Sneha P. Shah, Harvard Business School; Lauren McCourt, Kristina Jakobson, Amy Saddington, Kate Harvey, Russell Reynolds Associates; Kevin A.</b> …

Canvas Collection II - A list of visual templates

This is the continuation of the initial Canvas Collection Post, which can he found HERE.<p>PLEASE NOTE – I am curating these canvases into a single …

Low-cost innovation in healthcare: what you find depends on where you look - Matthew Harris, Yasser Bhatti, Matt Prime, Jacqueline del Castillo, Greg Parston, 2018

Innovation

The Healthcare Experience Revolution is Here

Safe to say that Google, Facebook, and Tesla are probably somewhere on your list. These industry leaders pioneered bold experiments that ultimately …

Revolution

Balancing Disruptive Innovation and Incremental Progress in Medicine

The entrepreneur and process methods -- two ways of dealing with the problems created by a business segregated into extreme phenotypes<p><i>The entrepreneur and process methods -- two ways of dealing with the problems created by a business segregated into extreme phenotypes</i><p>How can I change the world? I …

Committing To Transformation: Chief Innovation Officers And The Role Of Organizational Redesign | Health Affairs

Moving from a fee-for-service to a value-based payment system has challenged health care organizations to initiate the development of new, innovative …

The NHS could learn a thing or two from India's healthcare innovators

The NHS is in trouble. Hardly a week goes by without fresh news of its financial woes, disputes over the access to costly drugs and trouble …

Ten things to keep in mind when facilitating an emergent process | More Beyond

“Traveler, there is no path.<br>The path is made by walking.Traveller, the path is your tracks<br>And nothing more.<br>Traveller, there is no path<br>The path is …

Telling a good innovation story

<b>Among corporate innovators,</b> the travails of James Dyson and the unlikely insight of Art Fry are iconic. Dyson’s bagless vacuum cleaner was perfected …

The Dawn of System Leadership (SSIR)

With the passing of Nelson Mandela in late 2013, the world celebrated a remarkable life. But the spotlight on Mandela’s accomplishments relegated to …

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel

<b>Transformation has become one of the most over-used and loosely used words in the business world globally. Everyone’s talking about it and everyone’s</b> …

Transforming Health Care from the Ground Up

The U.S. health care system needs reform, but too often experts focus on top-down solutions stemming from federal policy changes. Such efforts alone, however, cannot fix a wasteful and misdirected system.<p>What’s needed is innovation driven by doctors, nurses, administrators, entrepreneurs, and even …

Secrets to scaling innovation government organizations | Deloitte Insights

Scaling is the key to any innovation. This is particularly true—and more difficult—in the public sector. Absent market indicators, governments can …

The Innovation Stack: How to make innovation programs deliver more than coffee cups

Is your organization full of Hackathons, Shark Tanks, Incubators and other innovation programs, but none have changed the trajectory of your …

Why improvement does not equal innovation

"Continuous improvement isn’t nearly as important as discontinuous improvement. Creativity is a discontinuity. A creative act breaks with the chain …

Thomas Prehn's innovation diary: What I learned at MindLab

<i>MindLab was the world’s oldest government innovation lab and has spawned imitations all over the globe. It stood at the forefront, both in theory and</i> …

How Leaders Dream Boldly to Bring New Futures to Life

<i>This article is part of a new series exploring the skills leaders must learn to make the most of rapid change in an increasingly disruptive world.</i> …

Biggest Threat to Health? Solving the Wrong Problems

Want to solve intractable problems in health and healthcare? The process probably has much less to do with <i>“solving”</i> than you would think. We are all …

We Need To Be Boringly Reliable and Radically Disruptive – At The Same Time

Our organisations are generally bad at innovation. That’s because they are designed that way. Just as your body is designed to fight a common cold, …

What 40 Years of Research Reveals About the Difference Between Disruptive and Radical Innovation

<i>“If you went to bed last night as an industrial company, you’re going to wake up this morning as a software and analytics company.” Jeff Immelt, former CEO of General Electric</i><p>The second wave of digitization is set to disrupt all spheres of economic life. As venture capital investor Marc Andreesen …

(Why) Tomorrow’s Breakthroughs Won’t Be Like Yesterday’s

Imagine that I asked you to figure out how to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. How would you do it? You might try to throw plastic-eating …

What is a Google Design Sprint?

Five days for an innovation journey: is it speed or haste? Using the three basic premises of Design Thinking – Immersion, Ideation and Prototyping – …