In an industry as rapidly evolving as healthcare, it seems it would be easy to create, propel and sustain innovative solutions to some of the most pressing problems. Yet a field with such deep roots–and such high stakes–also can be slow to change.
One reason innovation is slow is that healthcare is extremely fragmented, Cara Sterling, director of Harvard Business School’s Health Care Initiative, toldFierceHealthcare in an exclusive interview. Sterling helped lead a collaborative effort between the university’s business and medical schools called the Forum on Healthcare Innovation.
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