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.
We were allowed to take this one… (View on Flickr.com) I come for the innovation safaris… and to meet new amazing friends…. As part of Innovation Learning Network’s (@HealthcareILN) in person meeting, I visited Hendrick Motorsports (@TeamHendrick) with colleagues, who have very little experience with NASCAR, and now that we’ve visited, we have a healthy … Continue reading ILN14: NASCAR, Health Care and Hendrick Motorsports
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
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