The panel walked attendees through the successes and challenges of internal innovations.
Anand Shoff, Jason Langheir, Kyle Armbrester, and Keith Toussaint address questions regarding first partnerships, funding and financing, and strategic planning for business development.
Learn how large health tech and health care delivery organizations think about partnering and acquiring startups as Keith Toussaint takes you through the most important and strategic partnerships in health care.
David is a Mayo anesthesiologist who built MC Health Connection, a cloud-based architecture designed to alter care models and improve the patient experience. Using an iPad, patients, family members and physicians can track their progress inside and out of the hospital.
Patient communities are emerging as key influencers and disrupting the healthcare landscape. They are impacting strategies, policies, and setting the stage for new patient-centric innovations. Patients are now sought after thought leaders influencing the way healthcare systems think about and interact with patients and prodding them to improve the patient experience. Join us as ePatient judges rate new technology exclusively from the patient perspective and innovators build the perspective of patients into the innovations designed to serve them.The ultimate goal is to incorporate the voice of patient into the design, development or enhancement of technology being developed by the healthcare community and move away from the notion: “If you build it they will come”. As each innovator pitches their concept or technology, our patient panelists will ask targeted questions based on their experiences to understand how the innovation uniquely responds to patient needs and how it will reach patients. Patient panelists will score the technology based on the following categories:
– How well does it define and solve a problem?
– Patient User Experience
– Data Handling
– Engagement/retention – Is the patient going to be motivated to use this product/service? How sustainable is this solution?
– Connectivity to other systems and/or healthcare team
Care transitions will be increasingly important for patient care. At the same time, hospitals are undergoing a major transformation and could benefit from innovation that Health 2.0 companies bring to the care transition improvement market. But what do hospitals know about Health 2.0 companies? How do they think about using them? And what do Health 2.0 companies know about making it easy for hospitals to work with them? With support from the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, Health 2.0 Advisors is doing research that will result in two exciting reports and a company database later in 2012. Come and learn more about this market and the upcoming resources
David will show the NudgeRx platform that uses a combination of internet, email, text messaging and phone calls to help patients follow their daily discharge plans for up to 90 days post-op. It’s all about reducing readmissions.
We’ll explore the tools, applications and devices that are stimulating communication between patients and providers to effectively educate patients, save time and increase adherence improving overall health outcomes.
Lacey is the Director for Mayo Clinic’s Biomedical Statistics & Informatics Project Management Office which
means she runs stacks of research programs working with ONC, CaBIG, SHARP, eMERGE and more. But she’s here to show how the SE Minnesota Beacon is one of the very first to incorporate “unmentionable” patient data including money, relationships, and emotions into clinical practice.