The best innovators are masters of learning from analogous environments and situations. So we send our innovators out on "Innovation Safaris" to explore, observe and to gather insight and inspiration. Here, Ted Eytan recaps his experience during the Spring 2014 ILN InPerson Meeting "Innovation Safari."
ORLANDO--With all the pressures on healthcare, many organizations are embracing innovation as a means to help reduce costs while improving care quality and patient outcomes. Three representatives from organizations with innovation programs shared their experiences during a panel session at the Innovation Symposium at the Health Information and Management Systems Society annual conference.
Cultivating people, spaces, methods, tools and networks to create an infrastructure of innovation.
How can hospital leaders solve healthcare's most pressing problems on a tight budget? That's the question 35 U.S and U.K. hospital systems set out to answer as part of the Innovation Learning Network (ILN), BU Today reported.
Hey what can we say... it's a good show with a winning formula.
Quite the admonition, isn’t it? That's the flyer for the fall meeting of Kaiser Permanente's Innovation Learning Network (ILN).
Our friends at IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement) were on hand to help share their latest "scale/spread/sustain" thinking (along with the of the NHS and Kaiser Permanente) at our Autumn InPerson Meeting 2012, hosted by the NHS Insititute for Innovation & Improvement.
Based on a conversation at an ILN "unconference," the concept for this book was born. Chris McCarthy and Lyle Berkowitz expertly curated and edited a book on Innovation with IT, with many ILN members contributing chapters.
As anyone who has tried to navigate the maze of health care organizations in the U.S. knows, the industry at times is like one big headache--and not one that is at all patient-centered.
Fast Company joined us for our Autumn InPerson Meeting 2011 at the Kaiser Permanente Garfield Innovation Center for a three-day exploration and design session on "Co-designing the Future of Connected Healing". Here's what FastCo had to say...
The Military Health System and the National Defense University are making great strides in health and care both on and off the battlefield. Such a fantastic opportunity to learn about innovation in such a complex organization during the last day of our 2014 ILN Spring InPerson Meeting.
View ILN13 24051 on Flickr.comThis Innovation Learning Network (@healthcareILN) was one of the ones where we spent most of the time doing open space networking so I'm not going to be able to create...
Dr. Ted Eytan shares his experience at our InPerson Meeting - (R)evolution Healthcare. He said there was a "it feels good to be bad" component built into the experience. Think he's right. Also, an amazing job as always capturing the event via photojournalism (this time with guest photographers).
Insights Vol. 7 is a collection of articles written by our members through the lens of the year's two major themes: (1) Scale, Spread and Sustainability of Innovation and (2) The Intersection of Play and Design.
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