Mark your calendars! On Friday, May 17 at noon EST, HITLAB will guest host the weekly #HITsm TweetChat!

HITLAB’s Donna Hanrahan and Annie Alley will facilitate a discussion on global healthcare innovation, focusing on questions around the diversity and diffusion of innovation in medicine and public health. To support a meaningful conversation, below are some relevant resources.

#HITsm stands for “Healthcare Information Technology Social Media, and the weekly TweetChat focuses on current topics influencing healthcare information technology and the use of social media in healthcare.

Please join us and share your thoughts!

Tweet Chat Topic: Global Healthcare Innovation

T1: What does healthcare innovation mean to you? How do you define it?

Why The Future Of Innovation Is In Ideas, Not Products
Fast Company

The Emerging Market in Health Care Innovation

McKinsey White Paper

Health Care Cost Containment and Medical Innovation
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ASPE Issue Brief

Will Disruptive Innovations Cure Health Care?
Harvard Business Review

Disruption and Innovation in Health Care
Journal of the American Medical Association

Tips on Innovation
Harvard Business Review

T2: Do you see innovation in medicine different than in public health, if so how?

On the relationship between individual and population health
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2698967/Journal of Medicine, Healthcare, & Philosophy

Can Public Health And Medicine Partner In The Public Interest?
Health Affairs

Distinctions Between Medicine & Public Health

http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/about/public-health-medicine/Harvard School of Public Health

Transforming Medicine via Digital Innovation
http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/2/16/16cm4.shortScience Magazine

Innovation and Technology for Global Public Health
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22780442Global Public Health

T3: What are the most effective methods of diffusing innovative ideas and technologies globally when it comes to getting healthcare user buy-in?

Health Technologies and Innovation in the Global Health Arena
New England Journal of Medicine

Disseminating Innovations in Health Care

Journal of the American Medical Association

The Diffusion of Innovation

United for Sight

The Diffusion of Public Health Innovations
American Journal of Public Health

Diffusion of Innovation Theory

Boston University School of Public Health

T4: Can you name any examples of innovations or technologies developed in the U.S. that has translated well in other countries? Conversely, can you name any innovations that have been other countries that have translated well in the United States?

Developed-developing country partnerships: Benefits to developed countries?

Globalization and Health

Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation Intersections between public  health, intellectual property and trade
World Intellectual Property Organization

US Healthcare Overhaul: Five Lessons from Abroad
Christian Science Monitor

American Exceptionalism in the Health Sector: The Advantages of "Backwardness" in Learning from Abroad

New York University

Innovations in Healthcare at Home and Abroad

Harvard College, Global Health Review

Poor U.S. Scores in Health Care Don’t Measure Nobels and Innovation

New York Times

T5: How do you think innovation will change the landscape of healthcare in the next decade? Where do you think the biggest challenges lie?

Where Are The Health Care Entrepreneurs? The Failure of Organizational Innovation in Health Care

The National Bureau of Economic Research

Disruptive Innovation: The Future of Healthcare?
Telemedicine Journal and E-Health

How Silicon Valley Envisions the Future Of Health Care
Fast Company

15 Predictions in Healthcare, Technology and Innovation for 2013
Science Roll Blog

Why Innovation in Health Care is So Hard
Harvard Business Review

It’s easy to join the Twitter conversation by logging into Twitter.com. Search for #HITsm and you can follow the conversation. To contribute, be sure and tag your tweets with #HITsm so they can be seen by the other chat participants. For more information, check out the HL7 Standards website.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts in the #HITsmTweetchat on May 17!

Mark your calendars! On Friday, May 17 at noon EST, HITLAB will guest host the weekly #HITsm TweetChat!

 

HITLAB’s Donna Hanrahan and Annie Alley will facilitate a discussion on global healthcare innovation, focusing on questions around the diversity and diffusion of innovation in medicine and public health. To support a meaningful conversation, below are some relevant resources.

#HITsm stands for “Healthcare Information Technology Social Media, and the weekly TweetChat focuses on current topics influencing healthcare information technology and the use of social media in healthcare.

 

Please join us and share your thoughts!

 

Tweet Chat Topic: Global Healthcare Innovation

 

T1: What does healthcare innovation mean to you? How do you define it?

 

Why The Future Of Innovation Is In Ideas, Not Products
Fast Company

 

The Emerging Market in Health Care Innovation

McKinsey White Paper

 

Health Care Cost Containment and Medical Innovation
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ASPE Issue Brief

 

Will Disruptive Innovations Cure Health Care?
Harvard Business Review

 

Disruption and Innovation in Health Care
Journal of the American Medical Association

 

Tips on Innovation
Harvard Business Review


T2: Do you see innovation in medicine different than in public health, if so how?

 

On the relationship between individual and population health
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2698967/Journal of Medicine, Healthcare, & Philosophy

 

Can Public Health And Medicine Partner In The Public Interest?
Health Affairs

 

Distinctions Between Medicine & Public Health

http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/about/public-health-medicine/Harvard School of Public Health

 

Transforming Medicine via Digital Innovation
http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/2/16/16cm4.shortScience Magazine

 

Innovation and Technology for Global Public Health
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22780442Global Public Health


T3: What are the most effective methods of diffusing innovative ideas and technologies globally when it comes to getting healthcare user buy-in?

Health Technologies and Innovation in the Global Health Arena
New England Journal of Medicine

 

Disseminating Innovations in Health Care

Journal of the American Medical Association

 

The Diffusion of Innovation

United for Sight

 

The Diffusion of Public Health Innovations
American Journal of Public Health

 

Diffusion of Innovation Theory

Boston University School of Public Health

 

T4: Can you name any examples of innovations or technologies developed in the U.S. that has translated well in other countries? Conversely, can you name any innovations that have been other countries that have translated well in the United States?

 

Developed-developing country partnerships: Benefits to developed countries?

Globalization and Health

 

Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation Intersections between public  health, intellectual property and trade
World Intellectual Property Organization

 

US Healthcare Overhaul: Five Lessons from Abroad
Christian Science Monitor

 

American Exceptionalism in the Health Sector: The Advantages of "Backwardness" in Learning from Abroad

New York University

 

Innovations in Healthcare at Home and Abroad

Harvard College, Global Health Review

 

Poor U.S. Scores in Health Care Don’t Measure Nobels and Innovation

New York Times

 

T5: How do you think innovation will change the landscape of healthcare in the next decade? Where do you think the biggest challenges lie?

 

Where Are The Health Care Entrepreneurs? The Failure of Organizational Innovation in Health Care

The National Bureau of Economic Research

 

Disruptive Innovation: The Future of Healthcare?
Telemedicine Journal and E-Health

 

How Silicon Valley Envisions the Future Of Health Care
Fast Company

 

15 Predictions in Healthcare, Technology and Innovation for 2013
Science Roll Blog

 

Why Innovation in Health Care is So Hard
Harvard Business Review

 

It’s easy to join the Twitter conversation by logging into Twitter.com. Search for #HITsm and you can follow the conversation. To contribute, be sure and tag your tweets with #HITsm so they can be seen by the other chat participants. For more information, check out the HL7 Standards website.

 

We look forward to hearing your thoughts in the #HITsmTweetchat on May 17!

 

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