Michael Ackerman, director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program at The Ohio State University, believes that every innovation program must do three things in tandem:
- Innovation – filling gaps where no solution currently exists, in a way that adds value
- Renovation – quality improvement and process improvement
- Exnovation – removing functions that no longer add value; also known as de-implementation
When practiced together, and ideally led by different teams within the organization, the 3 pillars of The Novation Dynamic help us overcome the notorious friction that has slowed healthcare innovation for too long.
- The 3 pillars of The Novation Dynamic and how to apply them in your organization
- The 3 things that make innovation so hard in healthcare and how to address them
- How to do evidenced-based innovation even though innovation is, by definition, void of evidence
- Why we’re seeing so much innovation right now during the pandemic, and what we can learn from the experience to make sure we never slow back down.
- How to create a culture of innovation (plus, a killer idea to make your end of year reviews meaningful at the same time).
- Why no innovation should be deployed without a scheduled reevaluation date.
- How to tap the tremendous potential of nurses to drive innovation
Michael H. Ackerman, DNS, RN, FCCM, FNAP, FAANP, FAAP is director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program and professor of clinical nursing at the College of Nursing, The Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio.
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