Tag Archives: innovation

Just Reading: “Social Innovation” and Social Innovators (people who take no as a question)



What’s this? As I was preparing to dialogue with my colleagues in the most innovative Kaiser Permanente Labor Management Partnership (@LMPTalk) recently (see: Just Presented: Total Health and Social Innovation, with the Labor Management Partnership | Ted Eytan, MD) I came across this in a popular business magazine, and it so spoke to me that » » » » on to the full article

Just Presented: Total Health and Social Innovation, with the Labor Management Partnership



#transformKP: Total Health and Social Innovation (for Labor Management Partnership) from Ted Eytan What this tweet says is true. @JimPruittKP introduces @tedeytan doctors dream to talk to our labor union friends #transformkp — Anjetta McQueen (@amcinla) December 2, 2014 Click to view directly on Slideshare.net It is a doctor’s dream to present to the Labor » » » » on to the full article

How Can Large Companies Innovate? | Andreessen Horowitz



How Can Large Companies Innovate? | Andreessen Horowitz. As the title says, this is via @a16z, the theory is that The best innovations are good ideas that look like bad ideas Large companies are good at eliminating bad ideas This has some congruence with me, as I notice that I subconsciously hang out in spaces » » » » on to the full article

Quoted in USNews – Futureology 2004 – 2014 in health care – it is the decade of the patient



“2004 is the year of the online lab result” – True! View on Flickr.com I was contacted by Lindsey Cook (@Lindzcook) from USNews (@USnews) to follow up on a report by the one and only Susannah Fox (@SusannahFox) published in 2005, called “The Future of the Internet” and she published this pretty great article reflecting » » » » on to the full article

My personal innovation safari to where hospitality and wellness intersect at Even Hotels, Rockville, MD USA



Even Hotels, Rockville, MD USA (View on Flickr.com) When I was at The Conference Board Council on Innovation in September of this year, at the Garfield Innovation Center (@KPGarfield) (see: Through the eyes of interior architects: The new Garfield Innovation Center + future of healthy building | Ted Eytan, MD), I learned about new hotel » » » » on to the full article

Primary Care shouldn’t be sustainable, it should be FANTASTIC. My time at the AAFP Assembly 2014



I love my specialty (family medicine). So much that I took the time to learn about its history and write a series of blog posts about it. View ‘#AAFP2014 JackHCochran “Primary care shouldn’t be sustainable, it should be FANTASTIC” #FMRevolution’ on Flickr.com I also love great leadership, which is why it was great to participate » » » » on to the full article

Design Sprint is the new Hackathon: Wearables in Health Care at Center for Total Health



View on Flickr.com The subject line says it all. In collaboration with Wearables Northeast (@WearablesNE) & Don Schwartz, Georgetown School of Medicine and one of its physicians-of-the-future Konstantin Karmazin (@zenkkarma), and Silica Labs (@silicalabs) Antonio Zugaldia (@zugaldia). We decided to move away from the hack-a/code-a thon concept and toward something that was less about competition » » » » on to the full article