Innovation continues to be difficult, I still don’t know exactly what it is, I just know what I am, and therefore a network serves a great purpose.
Also thanks to the team at Dell Medical School (@DellMedSchool) for hosting us for a tour on the last day, in collaboration with our other hosts Seton Health and Ascension (@setonfamily @Ascensionorg). Photos of our time at Dell Medical School are below.
Lt. Gen Douglas J Robb, Director Defense Health Agency , “This is Why” View on Flickr.com We closed out the Innovation Learning Network (@HealthcareILN) in person meeting with our host Military Health System (@healthdotmil) at the iconic National Defense University (@NDU_EDU) at Ft. McNair in Washington, DC (of course). As you can see from the … Continue reading ILN14 Day 3 – This is the Military Health System: 20-20-20, 3-3-3
Another day at the Center for Total Health, another massive walking meeting. This one ended up at the United States Supreme Court (@USSupremeCourt), where we stood on the steps of one of the best innovations ever. When we plan these it never seems like it’s going to work to have an entire event center full … Continue reading Innovation Learning Network Day 2: Another Massive Walking Meeting
We’ve dreamed of hosting the Innovation Learning Network (@HealthcareILN) here in Washington, DC. That day arrived yesterday. The theme is embracing complexity. We co-hosted with the Military Health System (@Healthdotmil) and the Medstar Institute for Innovation (@MI2Innovation). Photos below, enjoy. View ILN14 41903 on Flickr.com
The annual Innovation learning Network (@HealthcareILN) insights issue is a great quick way to catch up with the thinking of the people powering the 30+ health systems and other organizations that are part of theInnovation Learning Network. I didn’t write a piece this year (Now Writing: Seven Visual Insights of Social Determinants and Behavior Change … Continue reading It’s Here! Innovation Learning Network Insights, Volume 8 (2014)
In the newsroom, with Marty Garrison, Vice President of Technology Operations, Distribution, and Broadcast Engineering for NPR (View on Flickr.com) The headquarters for the iconic National Public Radio (@npr) recently (March, 2013) moved in to the same neighborhood in Washington, DC, that the Center for Total Health (@kptotalhealth) inhabits, NoMa (North of Mass), and when … Continue reading Designing the future of work to be collaborative, and healthy: National Public Radio’s New Headquarters, Washington, DC USA