Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation

September 8, 2014

Transform 2014: Streaming the Experience

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This post originally appeared in the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation blog. The Mayo Clinic Transform symposium is a multidisciplinary conference for thought-provoking, inspiring ideas hosted by the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation and takes place Sept. 7–9. View the entire schedule of renowned speakers on the Transform website. If you can’t be there in person, you can watch the Transform live webcast via […]

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Tags: John Hockenberry, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Transform symposium


June 10, 2014

Surviving and Excelling During Health Care Reform

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The future of health care faces challenges as fragmented patient care and uneven quality of care contribute to rising health care costs and excessive spending. For more than a decade, Mayo Clinic has anticipated and prepared for the confluence of these challenges that has arrived on our doorsteps today. Health care leaders throughout the country must manage […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Center for Innovation, Center for Regenerative Medicine, Dr. John Noseworthy, Dr. Noseworthy, Future of Health Care, Harvard Business School, innovation, John Noseworthy, Mayo Clinic


April 29, 2014

Collaborative Teams Building the Future of Health Care

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Those of us who have sought medical care at Mayo Clinic may have witnessed first-hand the “miracles” that happen here. We see nurses, physicians, pharmacists, therapists…whole teams of practitioners working together to turn around even the most dire diagnoses. We see the cutting edge procedures that save lives, and probably the most impactful of the Mayo […]

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Tags: Center for Innovation, deep brain stimulation, Division of Engineering, innovation, Kevin Bennet, Mayo Clinic, patient care, Transform, Transform symposium


January 15, 2014

The Center for Innovation Shaping the Future of Health Care

By Douglas L. Wood, M.D. dougwood

The delivery of health care in the United States hasn’t changed much in over 100 years. The model created many years ago and still used today makes people travel to see a doctor on the doctor’s schedule, when appointments can be fit in, rather than having a doctor try to find the best way to […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Center for Innovation, Douglas Wood MD, Dr. Douglas Wood, Dr. Wood, Future of Health Care, innovation, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, patient care, symposium, Transform


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