Webinar: Can the potential mechanisms by which an innovation brings value be identified in advance?

Webinar: Can the potential mechanisms by which an innovation brings value be identified in advance?

Event Date: 14 February 2019

Time: 17:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs  (IST) / 12:30 hrs to 1:30 hrs (CET)

InnovatioCuris foundation of healthcare & excellence (ICFHE) is proud to announce the second of a knowledge series of webinars with ScanBalt and Tartu Biotechnology Park.

In Healthcare an innovation, at the end, should somehow impact the caring relation and/or total cost. It should improve caregivers’ capabilities (can do), precision of diagnosis and therapy (know what do do), and/or motivation (want to do). Innovations can be disruptive to anybody, including the innovator. The system effects of potential innovations can be approached using the Business Model Canvas.  Innovations need to fit its environment. Contexts can be analyzed using the Demand-supply -based Operating Logic (DSO) model.

So, with this webinar we will understand that, can the potential mechanisms by which an innovation brings value be identified in advance?

MODERATOR: 

Dr Vijay Agarwal

Dr Vijay Agarwal is the President of Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organization (CAHO) and Advisor to Max Healthcare focused on Quality & Business Excellence. He is an Advisor to Global Association of Physician of Indian Origin.

Over the last four decades he has played a key role in making an impact in improving the state of Healthcare in India. He played an anchor role in driving national programs such as Pulse Polio Program and introducing Centralized Waste Management Scheme in Delhi. These programs have had far-reaching impact. He has been the chairman of Nursing Home Forum of Delhi for ten years from 1992 to 2002.

Dr Agarwal is a graduate and post graduate in pediatrics from the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College and continues to leverage his expertise as an excellent organizer, strategist & administrator. He is playing an important role in promoting quality through accreditation in Healthcare.

Dr Agarwal was also the co-chairman of Accreditation Committee of NABH. He has conceived the idea of training quality implementers in the country. The advanced program has been approved by HSSC (Health Sector Skill Council) and has 80 plus professionals who have been trained. Dr Agarwal is the founder President of Society for Child Development. The society works towards vocational training of mentally challenged children and their work has footprints all over the country. He is a recipient of Distinguished Alumnus Award of Maulana Azad Medical College. He also received Lifetime Achievement Award of Indian Medical Association.

SPEAKER:

Prof Paul Lillrank

Prof Paul Lillrank is Professor of Quality and Service Management at Aalto University since 1994. He received his Ph.D from Helsinki University in 1988 after post-graduate studies in Japan, where he studied Quality management in Japanese industry.

Prof Paul Lilrank has worked at Science University of Tokyo, The Boston Consulting Group, and Stockholm School of Economics. He has pioneered industrial management applications in healthcare, co-founding The Institute of Healthcare Engineering, Management and Architecture (HEMA) at Aalto, and The Nordic Healthcare Group (NHG), a consultancy.

Prof Paul Lilrank has published in the areas Healthcare operations management, technology transfer, service quality, and process analysis. He has recently published ‘The Logics of Healthcare – The Professional’s Guide to Health System Science (Francis & Taylor 2018), He teaches regularly at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

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About the organizers:

InnovatioCuris Foundation of Healthcare & Excellence (ICFHE)

ICFHE the not-for-profit arm of InnovatioCuris (IC), a unique organization and which brings deep healthcare expertise, a scientific rigour on applying global innovation models & management processes by leveraging IT to deliver healthcare at an optimum cost. IC partners with world class academic institutes, government bodies, NGOs and healthcare organisations to create a collaborative ecosystem for piloting new interventions (systems and processes) to improve the healthcare delivery.

Our knowledge platform caters to a growing community of 40,000+ people globally. We have a mission to improve the quality of care and reduce the cost of healthcare delivery. We do this by working with large scale providers and stakeholders in health sector in India and abroad.

ScanBalt

ScanBalt® fmba is Northern Europe’s Leading Accelerator for Inter-regional Cooperation envisioning the region as a Global Hotspot for Health and Bio Economy. ScanBalt creates value by promoting innovation and business, fostering inter-regional collaboration, reducing barriers, enhancing visibility and attracting resources.

ScanBalt BioRegion is composed of the health and bio economy communities in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden, northern Germany, northern Netherlands and north-western Russia.

Tartu Biotechnology Park

Tartu Biotechnology Park (TBP) provides physical infrastructure as well as business development and consultancy services to companies and R&D institutions in the fields of biotechnology, medicine and veterinary medicine. It supports companies in finding cooperation partners and is active in the establishment process of new companies.

The activity of TBP stands on five pillars – quality, cooperation, competence, information and innovation. The aim of TBP is to create a favorable and developing environment for the promotion of biotechnological entrepreneurship in Estonia. In order to achieve its aims and to provide better services TBP engages in active cooperation with Estonian and foreign biotechnology companies, research and development institutions, foundations for the development of entrepreneurship and biotechnology and other organizations, including state agencies and local authorities. TBP also participates actively in the programs and projects financed by the European Union and Estonian government.

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