Toronto Health Innovation Week provided a spirit of optimism for the newest innovations. Patients Included should be the default way of working in health innovation and improvement.
We selected four 1-minute video interviews to include here to capture the essence and optimism of Toronto Health Innovation Week. Read our reflections on the MEDEC MedTech conference.
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We pick out 7 reads inspired by Toronto Health Innovation Week to help reframe your thinking and spark your collaboration to improve healthcare outcomes in Ontario, Canada and beyond.
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A shift towards health outcomes from care delivery is becoming a movement. Our ongoing research into health outcome models has navigated us through converging strands about the future of health outcomes.
This post directs you to that further reading; a book, podcasts, and websites.
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Hacking health is trending in 2016. That is not to say that the application of agile practices in healthcare are entirely new but it has now gained momentum and global recognition.
Hacking in healthcare appears a hot topic for 2016. Here we explore these new converging ideas. Scott Brinker nicely portrays Hacking as inventive, building through agility, transparency, collaboration yet steered by strategy.
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Continuing our series of posts on health outcome models and value in measuring healthcare we explore the work led by the International Consortium on Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM).
“The best way to avoid health care cost is not to do stuff that doesn’t work”, says Caleb Stowell, ICHOM
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