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ILN14: NASCAR, Health Care and Hendrick Motorsports



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 » » » » on to the full article

Beyond disability and picturing capability: Kaiser Permanente South Bay and White House Champions of Change



Robert Blair Kaiser Permanente South Bay Disability Employment Champion of Change 48915 When I visited Kaiser Permanente South Bay, in Harbor City, Los Angeles in July, 2014 (Innovation in Collaboration: What 18F and Kaiser Permanente South Bay have in common | Ted Eytan, MD), it was to see a different innovation than the one that » » » » on to the full article

Standing on the Right Side of History with Ruby Corado, David Walker, Mayor Vince Gray, Washington, DC USA



View on Flickr.com Right after he walked Ruby Corado (@CasaRubyDC), down the aisle, Washington, DC, Mayor Vince Gray (@MayorVinceGray),  was talking with us about his work to create equal health and opportunity for our residents who are transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual: “You’ve got to stand on the right side of history.” I remember a time » » » » on to the full article

Women’s Wednesday: Capital Area Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC



View Women’s Wednesday – CALGCC 48506 on Flickr.com A pleasure to host a healthy and productive women’s community at the Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) in conjunction with The Chamber (@DCLGBTBIZ). The courage of Rosie the Riveter and her colleagues continue to inspire (see: Photo Friday: Yes they could shatter glass ceilings. Meeting the women » » » » 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

The Healthy Meeting Revolution continues – what it looks like 2 years later



By now, most people know about the walking meeting revolution. This is the companion revolution, that’s been under way at the Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) for over 2 years (!): Idea for the Obesity prevention Code-A-Thon: a healthier meeting revolution | Ted Eytan, MD View Healthy Meetings, Center for Total Health 48439 on Flickr.com » » » » on to the full article

Design for Action 2014: Where Behavioral Econ meets UX



“Behavioral Econ meets UX” – Photos of speaker Kristen Berman in “Hacking Human Nature for Good: Practical lessons in applying social science to product development” (View on Flickr) I got to attend the first ever Design for Action conference in Washington, DC (well, Rosslyn, VA, but just a metro stop away) yesterday, and even took » » » » on to the full article