5 Imperatives Addressing Healthcare’s Innovation Challenge
In healthcare, the term “innovation” has traditionally been reserved for the development of new therapies, drugs, or medical devices. As both private and public efforts to reform the American healthcare system gain momentum, it is clear that innovation must be explored in a broader context, one that examines previously underdeveloped opportunities in areas such as data analytics, consumer behavior, provider incentives, and process improvement in care delivery. To help push the national conversation about healthcare reform beyond its usual notion of innovation, Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) have formed the Forum on Healthcare Innovation, a multifaceted effort to leverage the thought leadership and convening power of the two schools to create an interdisciplinary platform with influence greater than the sum of its parts.
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