Innovation (Center of)

March 9, 2018

Putting Humans at the Center of Health Care Innovation

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

Harvard Business Review The healthcare industry has long relied on traditional, linear models of innovation – basic and applied research followed by development and commercialization. While this “lab-bench to bedside” approach has improved healthcare globally, it can take years, even decades, for an innovation to get to market, often with limited input from patients themselves. […]

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Tags: Dr. Barbara Barry, Dr. Douglas Wood, Harvard Business Review, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation


April 25, 2013

Hey Silicon Valley, innovation isn’t all about you

By Logan Lafferty Logan Lafferty

We always hear how smart and creative the Valley is. It’s home to hundreds of startups, thousands of apps and billions of dollars in venture money. You might think from all the hype that it has a lock on innovation…the Mayo Clinic, the 150-year-old hospital to the stars – know a little something about innovation too. Or they probably […]

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Tags: Center of Innovation, innovation, Lorna Ross, Silicon Valley, YOUgear UK


January 30, 2013

HarvardxDesign: Q&A with the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation’s Gerry Greaney and Molly McMahon

By Logan Lafferty Logan Lafferty

Since its inception in 2008, the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation has become the poster child for internal innovation practices. The Center for Innovation focuses on engaging all of the stakeholders in the healthcare system, from doctors to patients to staff, and introducing the design process as a means of taking healthcare to the next level. We had the […]

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Tags: Core77, Gerry Greaney, healthcare system, internal innovation, Molly McMahon, stakeholders


August 15, 2012

Mayo Exec: Social Media “Not An Option, It’s a Requirement”

By Mystery User

A young woman might not have gone to Mayo Clinic to undergo a special technique for treating a wrist injury if it hadn’t been for a live Twitter chat facilitated by USA Today, the hospital’s social media guru told attendees at the World Health Care Congress’ mobile health innovations talk on Monday morning…In a panel […]

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Tags: Dr. Farris Timimi, Mayo Clinic Center for, twitter, World Health Care Congress


July 20, 2012

Mayo Clinic in the News Weekly Highlights

By Mystery User

July 20, 2012 Mayo Clinic in the News is a weekly highlights summary of major media coverage. If you would like to be added to the weekly distribution list, send a note to Emily Blahnik with this subject line: SUBSCRIBE to Mayo Clinic in the News. Thank you. Karl Oestreich, manager enterprise media relations USA […]

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Tags: ABC News, Alzheimer's Association, Alzheimer's Association International Conference, alzheimer's disease, Arizona Republic, baby boomers, Dr. Berger, Dr. David Knopman, Dr. John Noseworthy, Dr. Wyatt Decker, identifying Alzheimer's patients, Jayson Werth


July 13, 2012

Mayo Clinic in the News Weekly Highlights

By Mystery User

July 13, 2012 Mayo Clinic in the News is a weekly highlights summary of major media coverage. If you would like to be added to the weekly distribution list, send a note to Emily Blahnik with this subject line: SUBSCRIBE to Mayo Clinic in the News. Thank you. Karl Oestreich, manager enterprise media relations NY […]

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Tags: Affordable care act, Dr. James Levine, Dr. Jerry Brewer, Dr. John Noseworthy, Dr. Michael Joyner, genome sequencing, Huffington Post, KAAL, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, melanoma, MPR, Pennington Biomedical Research Center


July 10, 2012

FDA Panel Supports Continued Testing of Pain Drugs

By Mystery User

A panel of arthritis experts recommended Monday that the federal government allow continued testing of an experimental class of pain drugs for arthritis, despite links to bone decay and joint failure. The Food and Drug Administration’s 21-member panel of arthritis experts voted unanimously that research on the nerve-blocking drugs should continue, with certain safety precautions. […]

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Tags: Dr. Sherine Gabriel, Food and Drug Administration


July 10, 2012

App Helps People With Dermatitis

By Mystery User

Skin infection and inflammation are so common that its estimated that 9 million people go to the doctor each year because of dermatitis. But trying to figure out what products are safe can be daunting for patients. Now, a phone app from a doctor at the Mayo Clinic can make it easier…CARD does the thinking […]

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Tags: Dr. James Yiannias, Medical Apps, skin infection


July 5, 2012

PTSD Nightmare Drug Effectiveness Verified

By Mystery User

Mayo Clinic scientists say they have verified a drug’s effectiveness in blunting PTSD-related nightmares. A dozen studies about prazosin were reviewed. It was well-tolerated, can take effect within days to weeks, and some patients’ nightmares returned when it was stopped, Mayo psychiatrist Dr. Simon Kung said. Additional coverage: Insciences, PsyPost   Post-Bulletien

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Tags: prazosin, PTSD, Simon Kung


June 23, 2012

Do you fancy a desk with a built-in treadmill?

By Mystery User

We all know that spending the whole day sitting down isn’t good for your health, and now a US doctor believes he’s found a healthier alternative – a stand-up desk with a built-in treadmill. Dr James Levine from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has spent the last ten years walking on a treadmill as […]

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Tags: Dr. James Levine, heart disease


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