The HBR Innovation Center contains a collection of original articles and perspectives from health industry leaders, specially curated by Harvard Business Review and sponsored by Medtronic. This series focuses on ways to improve innovation by using new approaches — relying on artificial intelligence and patient input and looking outside healthcare for inspiration. Read and share.
By H. James Wilson and Paul Daugherty
Research shows workers shouldn't fear smart machines.
… three new ways in which smart machines will enable humans to improve performance.
By Vitaly Herasevich, Brian Pickering, and Ognjen Gajic
The solution to an abundance of data is "ambient intelligence" tools.
...ambient-intelligence applications can cut through the clutter and deliver the right information …
By Yasser Bhatti, Jacqueline del Castillo, Kristian Olson, and Ara Darzi
Best practices from three leading institutions.
...human-centered design and co-creation ... can accelerate and humanize healthcare innovation.
By Adam Licurse, MD
It's about more than a new website.
Healthcare providers, like retailers ... need to ... meet the needs of patients more conveniently and efficiently.
By Melissa A. Schilling
Collaborating with governments, businesses, and research institutions.
Outsiders often look at problems in new ways.