Blog Post by
Jonathan Gordon, Peter Fleischut, David Tsay, Shauna Coyne, Daniel Barchi & Emme Deland
NewYork–Presbyterian uses a structured program for developing innovation. The first project was the development and launch of a comprehensive telehealth offering in less than a year.
Design must move beyond narrow projects and encompass complex systems.
Sigall K. Bell, Tom Delbanco & Jan Walker
The OpenNotes initiative is engaging patients through shared clinical notes. What have we learned since its debut, and how will open access continue to change the health care landscape?
Joseph C. Kvedar & Alexander L. Fogel
User engagement outside of clinical trials is the critical factor.
Patient shadowing, hassle mapping, and empathy mapping create insights into the individual patient experience.
Marco D. Huesch & Timothy J. Mosher
Health care needs to “own” its valuable data by investing in appropriate internal analytics functions — or risk ceding these data and their insights to outsiders.
How best to use computer knowledge, instead of being overwhelmed by it.
Many physicians are simply unaware that innovation is a process and that entrepreneurship is a discipline.
…and how do you educate people to want it?
Electronic referral system supports communication between primary care and specialty providers.