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[Article] The next wave of healthcare innovation: The evolution of ecosystems

(McKinsey & Company, June 23, 2020)

The healthcare ecosystems of the future will likely be defined by the needs of different patient populations and their associated effective care journeys (including beyond care itself). The consumer-oriented nature of these ecosystems also will increase the number of healthcare touch points, with the goal of modifying patient behavior and improving outcomes.

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[Article] 8 big ideas in healthcare innovation

(Becker's Health IT, June 22, 2020)

Here are eight key quotes about the role of innovation in healthcare that executives from hospitals and health systems across the country shared with Becker's Hospital Review in June.

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[Article] The Promise and the Peril of Virtual Health Care

(The New Yorker, June 22, 2020)

Telemedicine and telehealth involve a myriad of remote-health-care technologies and services collectively known as “virtual care.” For years, virtual care played a minor role in the United States’ $3.6-trillion health-care industry; now, with the covid-19 pandemic, millions of people are discovering its benefits and its shortcomings for the first time. If virtual care is the future of health care, is it a future that we want?

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[Podcast] Getting Venture Capital in Healthcare: Everything You Need to Know

(Healthcare Weekly: At the Forefront of Healthcare Innovation, June 23, 2020)

On this episode of The Dose podcast, health policy expert Farzad Mostashari, M.D., who advises and supports hundreds of primary care practices across the country, explains what it will take to ensure doctors can continue caring for Americans throughout the pandemic.

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[Article] Don't 'Break the Bank' when innovating for COVID-19 and beyond. What one health system did.

(HealthLeaders Media, June 23, 2020)

The Memorial Health System team used standard data management and visualization tools to create a powerful dashboard, contact tracing system, and PPE and community hot spot surveillance tools without additional workforce. Their approach could serve as inspiration to small- and medium-sized health systems.

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