Posts Tagged with innovation

by adgrooms on May 9, 2019

Meaningful positive changes in medical technology require input from the people who use it. With a full clinical schedule, it’s hard for healthcare providers to find the time, and this leads to a medical technology bottleneck.

A health care practitioner's time is valuable, arguably best spent providing care. They might get to vent about a software problem around the lunch table with ...

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by adgrooms on April 19, 2019

Conferences are a great way to get a feel for what technology is doing for healthcare. Although you are probably not going to see every HealthTech company in one conference, a wide array of sizes and approaches are represented. When you spend a few days in a convention center, you get to know one another.

The large, established companies pay for the high-visibility, front-and-center or ...

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by jantzl on April 5, 2019

What do you get for all this trouble?

It's hard to quantify but worth looking at.

Better processes and better tools make for a more attractive and sustainable work environment. This is beneficial if you are trying to attract and retain staff. Isn't everyone?

There is reason to think that better processes and better tools lead to better outcomes. Primarily because they just work ...

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by jantzl on April 2, 2019

There's an undercurrent I hear, saying things that sound to me like: we can do better, we can improve the quality and usefulness. How do we work with what is available and make positive change? For now I just keep thinking there's got to be a better way and try to learn more about what's going on and why.

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