Going Rogue | an ILN East Coast InPerson Meeting

26 Sep 2019
1:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
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When

September 26th, 2019

1-5:00 pm ET,  followed by an optional Happy Hour

 

Can't make it in person? Join us online for the first hour. Password is GoRogue. 

 

What

“That’s not the way we do things around here.” The nine words that make every innovator cringe while at the same time strengthening their resolve.

 

Join us at the ILN East Coast InPerson as we explore the all-too-familiar challenge between the status quo and those who see things differently. Learn insights, techniques, and strategies to move the needle around innovation in even the most conservative, change-averse organizations. 

 

Organizational hacks, barrier-busting, leadership “air cover,” the politics of innovation and an innovator’s interpersonal skills are just a few of the things we’ll visit on our way to "Going Rogue". 

 

Featured Sessions

(keep scrolling for session descriptions. Full agenda can be accessed here): 

 

Medical Product Innovation and EntrepreNURSEship (talk)

Karen Guiliano

Associate Professor, Institute for Applied Life Sciences and College of Nursing 

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Hiding in Plain Sight: Uncovering the “Rogue” Innovators Within an Organization and How to Support Them (talk)

Josie Elias

Program Manager, Digital Health Innovation Group

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

 

The Design Revolution in Healthcare: Aligning Culture & Behavior to Better Integrate Human-Centered Design into Healthcare Orgs (workshop)

Adam Connor

VP, Design Transformation

Mad*Pow

 

We hope to see you in Boston.


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Full Session Descriptions

 

Medical Product Innovation and EntrepreNURSEship 

Karen Guiliano

Associate Professor, Institute for Applied Life Sciences and College of Nursing 

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

The rapid pace of change in healthcare requires frontline providers to have the entrepreneurial skills to support collaborative and meaningful healthcare innovation. We need to transform our clinical environments to include opportunities for frontline healthcare professionals at all levels to engage in medical product development, process and system improvement in healthcare, and clinical outcomes research.

Because nurses are the nation’s largest group of healthcare professionals and have access to patients 24 hours a day, nurses have a uniquely practical and care-sensitive perspective on healthcare solutions, products, and services. Nevertheless, the best and most cost-effective outcomes for patients can only be achieved when all members of the healthcare team partner collaboratively.

In this session we will share our vision along with a real-life case example.

 

 

Hiding in Plain Sight: Uncovering the “Rogue” Innovators Within an Organization and How to Support Them (talk)

Josie Elias

Program Manager, Digital Health Innovation Group

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

 

AMCs and innovation groups often focus on clinicians and researchers as their primary sources of innovation, leaving the majority of staff from nurses and allied health professions, to administrators and research assistants assuming that innovation groups are out of reach. In fact, our staff are constantly innovating on ways to make their jobs easier and patients lives better. This talk will provide examples of successful non-physician innovations and share tools for engaging the community of hidden innovators.


 

The Design Revolution in Healthcare: Aligning Culture & Behavior to Better Integrate Human-Centered Design into Healthcare Orgs (workshop)

Adam Connor

VP, Design Transformation

Mad*Pow

 

Are your employees going rogue because your culture does not support their innovation efforts?

Many healthcare organizations are undergoing transformation efforts to incorporate design thinking, human-centered design, and other innovative practices to better meet the needs of patients and their caregivers. Yet these efforts to shift towards a more patient-centered approach are difficult for organizations to adopt and sustain in order to truly have the impact they intended.

To this end, Mad*Pow has developed a “fitness model” that helps organizations assess the cultural attributes and organizational behaviors that can either support or impede this transformation and prioritize efforts that will create the conditions to integrate human-centered design and other innovative practices.

Adam will give an introduction to the fitness model and its scales. We will then hold an interactive workshop where attendees will learn how to:

  • Analyze your organization’s culture to understand its strengths, challenges, and opportunities for strengthening human-centered design and innovation.
  • Choose the approaches that best fit together for your objectives and your organization’s unique circumstances.

26 Sep 2019
1:00pm - 5:00pm EDT

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