Tag Archives: Innovation

Podcast Q&A: Dr. Peter Pronovost on Driving Value, and UH’s “Very Different Approach to Innovation”

Peter Pronovost, MD, PhD, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, University Hospitals When most people hear the name Peter Pronovost, they think about checklists, and for good reason. Nearly two decades ago, Dr. Pronovost developed a set of steps to eliminate infections from catheter lines, an innovation that helped save thousands of lives while also transforming the… Read More »

In Cloud We Trust: How CIOs Are Overcoming Key Hurdles and Driving Toward Innovation

Aaron Miri, CIO, Dell Medical School and UT Health Austin Of all the ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark on healthcare, one of the most compelling is the telehealth piece. Despite the fact that the technology had been in place and consumers had expressed interest, it took a global event to… Read More »

Confirmit Receives Customer Experience Innovation Award from CUSTOMER Magazine

Digital Feedback solution honored for improving customer experience technology London, UK, Oslo, Norway and New York, NY, 9th January 2020 — Confirmit, the leading global solutions provider for Customer Experience, Voice of the Employee and Market Research (MR) announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named Confirmit’s Digital Feedback module as a… Read More »

Smith to lead Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

Brad Smith, former chief operating officer of Anthem’s Diversified Business Group, has been appointed director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. The Department of Health and Human Services announced on Monday that Smith will lead CMMI, which was created by the Affordable Care Act to test innovative payment and service delivery models leveraging… Read More »

How to Ensure Your Health Care Innovation Doesn’t Flop – Harvard Business Review

John Kuczala/Getty Images These days, everyone working in health care is chasing innovation to thrive in this era of increased accountability for care quality and cost and (finally) truly patient-centered care. Those still pursuing business as usual are often chronically anxious: They keep hearing that innovation is essential to the transition, but they see it… Read More »