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Health Care 2011: Advancing Health Care by Facilitating Innovation - YouTube

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May 5, 2011 | Washington, DC Sponsored by the Galen Institute, "Health Care 2011: Advancing Health Care by Facilitating Innovation" is the third in a series ...
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Healthcare Design & Construction (HDC) - YouTube

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The Innovation Institute Launches Healthcare Design & Construction, LLC Offering Construction and Design Services in Healthcare August 13, 2013 -- Orange Cou...
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2013-04 Healthcare Innovations Through Information and Process Re-Design

The Accountable Care Act (ACA) is law of the land now and with it follows a significant amount of business and technology transformations, caused mainly by t...
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Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation: TRANSFORM 2013 Sept 8-10, 2013

Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation: TRANSFORM 2013 Sept 8-10, 2013 | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
Transform 2013 is a symposium at Mayo Clinic focused on innovation and design solutions that transform the experience and delivery of health care.

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Sam Basta's curator insight, August 25, 2013 9:12 PM

Healthcare Innovation by Design (HIxD) is again a proud sponsor of Transform this year! Receive a code for $100 discount off registeration fee by registering for a FREE BASIC HIxD membership at https://healthcareinnovationbydesign.site-ym.com/general/register_member_type.asp?

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UCSF2025: UCSF and IFTF Map the Future of Healthcare and Learning!

Play the game, September 11-12, at ucsf2025.org Today, UC San Francisco is at the forefront of patient care, discovery in biomedical research, and education....

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Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform 2013 Compete Recording!

Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform 2013 Compete Recording! | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

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Sam Basta's curator insight, September 18, 2013 9:06 PM

Follow this link http://vshow.on24.com/vshow/Transform/registration/# and register. Once in the virtual meeting space, select "Transform 2013 Virtual Location" then "Exhibit Hall (theater)". From there you can select any of the three day titles to watch the complete recording. The individual talks will be posted soon. For the time being, you can navigate these full day recordings using the timeline from the schedule http://www.mayo.edu/transform/schedule

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FutureMed: Great Summaries of Days 1, 2, 3 and 4 by medGadget

FutureMed: Great Summaries of Days 1, 2, 3 and 4 by medGadget | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

Day 1: The day began with one of Kraft’s characteristically rapid-fire and exciting overviews of the technologies that are changing medicine, ranging from 3D tissue printing to Google Glass applications in health care. Given that nine months have passed, there were a number of new examples including a sensor-laden diaper that sends Tweets to an augmented-reality car windshield that doubles as your behavioral health advisor by telling you to “turn right to the gym, instead of left to McDonald’s.” Read More »

 

Day 2: The first full day at FutureMed began with a talk by famed futurist and Singularity University founder Ray Kurzweil. He video conferenced in from Boston to give his talk on creating a mind and repeated some of his insights into how the neocortex works, with multiple levels of pattern recognizers.

Daniel Kraft then returned to introduce the Chief Medical Information Officer at Kaiser Permanent, Dr. John Mattison, but preceded that with a retrospectively-hilarious Kaiser advertisement about the “Hospital of the Future” from the 1950s. While some of the innovations described in the video continue to be ideals, like integrated and coordinated healthcare teams, others such as allowing people to smoke “in comfort” while in the waiting room have clearly fallen out of fashion. Mattison then characteristically began his talk with a series of questions to understand the audience, after which he launched into a presentation filled with insights and predictions ranging from democratized health to the quantified self movement. Read More »

 

Day 3: Day three of began with a session on the Future of Intervention and a talk by Intuitive Surgical’s Dr. Catherine Mohr. She spoke at FutureMed earlier this year (where we were able to interview her) and repeated her message that even though robotic surgery is sleek, we have not yet reached the zenith of where intervention should go since we still have to make incisions. Her vision is for a future where surgery will be unnecessary, or at least made even less invasive. Read More »


Day 4: The culmination of FutureMed began with a thought-provoking session on “re-inventions and reframings.” The first speaker of the day was Lucien Engelen, Director of the Radbound Reshape & Innovation Center and Curator of multiple TEDx events. His discussion reiterated a consistent theme of the week: improving patient engagement. Englen prompted us to imagine an ecosystem where all medical devices and health data are centralized into one system incorporating both patient and clinician-facing components. Read More »


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Sam Basta's curator insight, November 6, 2013 10:44 PM

Healthcare Innovation by Design is a sponsor of Singularity University's FutureMed (from now on to be known as "Exponential Medicine") 


As always medGadget provides great recaps of the conference.


Healthcare Innovation by Design on LinkedIn: 7000+ healthcare delivery and experience innovation leaders sharing the latest information and networking at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Healthcare-Innovation-Design-2579818/about



kenza's curator insight, November 10, 2013 3:25 PM

Great Summaries of FuturMed , to deep dive into the futur of Personalised Medicine, Big Data in Health, futur of Intervention & Regenerative medicine, NeuroTech ...

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Dis.rup.tion: 3D printing your own prosthetic hand at home!

Two years ago, Paul McCarthy began searching for an inexpensive yet functional prosthetic hand for his son Leon, who was born without fingers on one of his h...

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Sam Basta's curator insight, February 23, 2014 5:46 PM

Healthcare Innovation by Design on LinkedIn: the leading forum of healthcare delivery and experience innovation knowledge and networking with 7800+ innovation leaders at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Healthcare-Innovation-Design-2579818/about

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IBM And Epic Apply Predictive Analytics To Electronic Health Records

IBM And Epic Apply Predictive Analytics To Electronic Health Records | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
Using the natural language processing technology that underpins IBM Watson, Carilion Clinic was able to identify 8,500 patients who are at risk of developing congestive heart failure within one year. The pilot project, which began in October, took only six weeks to wrap up. “We look at this as the [...]

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Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

"So how do we begin to break through the barriers that exist in healthcare to create an environment where truly disruptive innovation is possible? One option is to fling open the doors of the R&D department, figuratively speaking, and invite anyone — doctor, nurse, healthcare administrator, even patient and caregiver — to participate in product creation. Common sense suggests that any person living with a healthcare challenge or any healthcare worker tasked with patient care is ideally situated to identify problems and opportunities that exist within their current environment of care. It stands to reason that these same people might already have solutions in mind for how to improve the situation, but perhaps lack the knowledge, resources, or time necessary to bring their ideas to life. In the consumer world, we talk about new inventions fulfilling unmet consumer needs, but in the medical world, no important need is ever ignored — rather, nurses, doctors, or the patients themselves often develop their own “work-around” when the ideal solution is missing. These “work-arounds” represent ideal opportunities for innovation."


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Tambre Leighn's curator insight, March 9, 2014 11:33 AM

Now is a great time (better late than never) for healthcare to entertain the idea of disruptive innovation given that so much solution generation is occurring through end users who, having experienced major challenges within the system have gone outside it to create answers.  If we take a look at the origins of many non-profits and vendor based services, we find they are often built on a foundation of an individual who could not get their need or needs met within the system.  

 

Patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals who live the day in and day out of healthcare have first hand experience with the obstacles, challenges and the what's missing.  Many will just make do with what is, but some will ask 'how can I make it better?' then create a solution.  

 

Even when outreach occurs and speciality areas like pharma bring in advocates and game changers to find out how to do different/more for the patient, there seems to a strong failure to follow through to next steps.  Innovation requires more than new ideas.  It requires action and follow through...but first steps - engaging in the idea of opening up to the incredible expertise, insight and energy out there in the patient and healthcare worker populations is a great start.

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The Best Medicine For Fixing The Modern Hospital - Fast Company

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The Best Medicine For Fixing The Modern HospitalFast CompanyChuck Siconolfi, director of healthcare innovation, planning and design for HOK, standing before an architectural model of a recent hospital project.

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Managing Healthcare Innovation as a Design Process « Design ...

Managing Healthcare Innovation as a Design Process « Design ... | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
A careful look at service innovation approaches suggests that are many of these are supply-side innovations as well – emerging from a process improvement perspective, as opposed to external customer (demand-side) ...

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Pathways for Innovation - Design SIG - Dr Rachel Jones

Dr Rachel Jones, Design SIG Associate, presents a short overview of the design in healthcare innovation project "Pathways for Innovation" The Design SIG has ...
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The Five Biggest Ideas On The Future Of Health Care Design

The Five Biggest Ideas On The Future Of Health Care Design | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
Every year, the biggest ideas in health care are presented at the Mayo Clinic’s Transform conference in Rochester, Minnesota. I was there this year to present a pre-conference workshop with a Continuum colleague on everyday creativity, and another pair of Continuum designers gave a main-stage talk entitled, “Patient Centricity: A design identity crisis.” Also on the lineup were John Hockenberry and Roger Martin, bigwigs from J+J and GE Healthcare, and practitioners from the top-tier design and innovation firms. Many cutting-edge ideas were presented, along with some spirited debate on the hot topics of delivering care and the role of technology. Here are my top five conference takeaways on the future design of health care. First off, I keep running into the fact that…
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Want Innovation in Healthcare? Map it! | ROBRADY design | Total Product Development | Sarasota, Florida | Product Design

Want Innovation in Healthcare? Map it! | ROBRADY design | Total Product Development | Sarasota, Florida | Product Design | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
“Where is the next breakthrough product idea going to come from? (Want Innovation in #Healthcare? Map it!”
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'Design thinking in healthcare, urban planning will improve life of Indians' - Times of India

'Design thinking in healthcare, urban planning will improve life of Indians' - Times of India | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
'Design thinking in healthcare, urban planning will improve life of Indians'
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So if a manufacturer has enhanced the user experience he is fulfilling the purpose of a good design, higher profits being a corollary of his efforts.
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"Innovation Is Not Rocket Science But You Need New Perspectives!" Steve Shapiro at TEDxNASA

A 6 minute presentation to 1,700 aerospace engineers. The title of the speech: "Sometimes Rocket Science Isn't Rocket Science."

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Cleveland Clinic's Cosgrove "Value-Based Care: The Medical Breakthrough Nobody’s Talking About"

Cleveland Clinic's Cosgrove "Value-Based Care: The Medical Breakthrough Nobody’s Talking About" | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it
The latest medical breakthrough hasn’t gotten much press, but it’s changing medicine even as we speak. It’s the dawning realization that healthcare is not about how many patients

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FutureMed : Exploring where technology can take health & medicine... Next FutureMed Nov 3-6th, 2013

How will rapidly developing technologies such as low cost genomic sequencing, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, robotics, 24/7 body wearable monitors, s...

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Sam Basta's curator insight, August 25, 2013 8:04 PM

Healthcare Innovation by Design (HIxD) is a sponsor of FutureMed. Receive a code for $500 discount off registeration fee by emailing me at

sambasta@healthcareinnovationbydesign.com with a title Disrupting Care! FutureMed Discount

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From FitBits To Clinical Studies: How Big Data Could Change Medicine

From FitBits To Clinical Studies: How Big Data Could Change Medicine | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

The video embedded in this post is one of my favorite moments from the Forbes Healthcare Summit we held earlier this year. It focuses on how ‘big data’ – that is, the availability of large data sets and the ability to analyze them – will change the way that doctors treat patients. Other industries are moving toward putting more data in the cloud, keeping it on remote servers instead of in house. What opportunities does an Amazon-like focus bring to health care? I spoke for a lively forty-five minutes with:

Susan Desmond-Hellmann, the dean at University of California, San Francisco, and formerly the head of development at Genentech, where she became one of the most well-regarded executives in the drug industry.Jonathan Bush, the founder and chief executive of Athena Health, a provider of cloud-based electronic medical records; the company has a market capitalization of $4.8 billion and revenues of $539 million.Glen de Vries, the President of Medidata (one of the conference’s sponsors). Medidata provides clinical trial databases, also cloud-based, to drug companies, and helps pharmaceutical firms control their research costs and manage their research productivity. It’s stock has tripled this year.Stephen Friend, the director of SAGE Bionetworks, which uses network-based biology and data submitted by patients themselves to try to figure out new ways of developing drugs and other therapeutics. He was previously the head of cancer drug research at Merck.
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Healthcare Innovation by Design on LinkedIn: 7300+ healthcare delivery and experience innovation leaders sharing the latest information and networking at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Healthcare-Innovation-Design-2579818/about

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The California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF) Health Innovation Fund: Investing for Scale and Impact - Margaret Laws Jan 2014 on Vimeo

Objectives: Introduce the CHCF Health Innovation Fund’s mission; explain why the Foundation is now investing in early stage companies Inform the group about…

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Healthcare Innovation by Design on LinkedIn: the a global forum of 7800+ healthcare delivery and experience innovators sharing knowledge, training and networking opportunities http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Healthcare-Innovation-Design-2579818/about


Objectives: 
Introduce the CHCF Health Innovation Fund’s mission; explain why the Foundation is now investing in early stage companies 
Inform the group about foundation “impact investing” more broadly 
Provide case studies of two Health IT/services companies in which CHCF has invested (Propeller Health and CareInSync)


Speaker: 
Margaret Laws is director of the Innovations for the Underserved program at the California HealthCare Foundation. In this role she oversees the Foundation’s work to reduce barriers to efficient, affordable care for the underserved. She also created and manages the CHCF Health Innovation Fund, a mission-focused fund investing in companies that improve access to and reduce cost of health care.


Ms. Laws joined the Foundation in 1998 after serving as staff to the state of California’s Managed Care Improvement Task Force. Prior to that she was a manager with Accenture, where she worked in both the government and health care strategy practices with state health and human service agencies and payer and provider organizations. Margaret has also worked as a consultant with the Francois Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health, and for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, providing technical assistance for non-profits in developing countries. Earlier professional positions include consultant for the World Health Organization’s Global Programme on AIDS and caseworker and analyst for the Commonwealth of MA Department of Public Welfare.


Ms. Laws holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and an A.B. in English Literature from Princeton University.

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Objectives: 
Introduce the CHCF Health Innovation Fund’s mission; explain why the Foundation is now investing in early stage companies 
Inform the group about foundation “impact investing” more broadly 
Provide case studies of two Health IT/services companies in which CHCF has invested (Propeller Health and CareInSync)


Speaker: 
Margaret Laws is director of the Innovations for the Underserved program at the California HealthCare Foundation. In this role she oversees the Foundation’s work to reduce barriers to efficient, affordable care for the underserved. She also created and manages the CHCF Health Innovation Fund, a mission-focused fund investing in companies that improve access to and reduce cost of health care.


Ms. Laws joined the Foundation in 1998 after serving as staff to the state of California’s Managed Care Improvement Task Force. Prior to that she was a manager with Accenture, where she worked in both the government and health care strategy practices with state health and human service agencies and payer and provider organizations. Margaret has also worked as a consultant with the Francois Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health, and for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, providing technical assistance for non-profits in developing countries. Earlier professional positions include consultant for the World Health Organization’s Global Programme on AIDS and caseworker and analyst for the Commonwealth of MA Department of Public Welfare.


Ms. Laws holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and an A.B. in English Literature from Princeton University.


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Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

"So how do we begin to break through the barriers that exist in healthcare to create an environment where truly disruptive innovation is possible? One option is to fling open the doors of the R&D department, figuratively speaking, and invite anyone — doctor, nurse, healthcare administrator, even patient and caregiver — to participate in product creation. Common sense suggests that any person living with a healthcare challenge or any healthcare worker tasked with patient care is ideally situated to identify problems and opportunities that exist within their current environment of care. It stands to reason that these same people might already have solutions in mind for how to improve the situation, but perhaps lack the knowledge, resources, or time necessary to bring their ideas to life. In the consumer world, we talk about new inventions fulfilling unmet consumer needs, but in the medical world, no important need is ever ignored — rather, nurses, doctors, or the patients themselves often develop their own “work-around” when the ideal solution is missing. These “work-arounds” represent ideal opportunities for innovation."


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Tambre Leighn's curator insight, March 9, 2014 11:33 AM

Now is a great time (better late than never) for healthcare to entertain the idea of disruptive innovation given that so much solution generation is occurring through end users who, having experienced major challenges within the system have gone outside it to create answers.  If we take a look at the origins of many non-profits and vendor based services, we find they are often built on a foundation of an individual who could not get their need or needs met within the system.  

 

Patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals who live the day in and day out of healthcare have first hand experience with the obstacles, challenges and the what's missing.  Many will just make do with what is, but some will ask 'how can I make it better?' then create a solution.  

 

Even when outreach occurs and speciality areas like pharma bring in advocates and game changers to find out how to do different/more for the patient, there seems to a strong failure to follow through to next steps.  Innovation requires more than new ideas.  It requires action and follow through...but first steps - engaging in the idea of opening up to the incredible expertise, insight and energy out there in the patient and healthcare worker populations is a great start.

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Using design to innovate - NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement

Using design to innovate - NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement | Healthcare Design Innovation | Scoop.it

Le design au service de l'innovation santé.

"We see design as a way of thinking and an approach to improving services that adds great value to the context of healthcare innovation. Design inspired us to develop our own process to look at things from a different perspective, gain meaningful insights, think creatively and work collaboratively with providers and users in order to develop sustainable and desired solutions."


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Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption - Wired

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Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption Wired Furthermore, on the whole, marketing within the healthcare industry tends to be fairly traditional and conservative, with emphasis on print and out-of-home advertising, direct...
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Good Design, Bad Design - Innovations In Thinking Differently

Dr. Sarah Parker from the National Center for Human Factors Engineering in Healthcare explores 3 design principles at the MedStar Institute for Innovation's ...
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