New Models of Open Innovation

New Models of Open Innovation

By • on September 13, 2015

The MDDI website reported that open innovation platforms are being fueled by advances in technology, changes in healthcare and the recognition that individuals can come up with innovative solutions to difficult healthcare problems. The likes of Johnson & Johnson, IBM and 3M in other industries have launched open innovation programs in recent years

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Using Open Innovation to combat Ebola

Using Open Innovation to combat Ebola

By • on March 31, 2015

The Intellectual Property Watch website reported that in light of the persistence of the Ebola outbreak and the demands it has placed on global infection containment resources and processes, the United States government disaster response community recognized an opportunity to use open innovation to make

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Scientific Research to Benefit from More Open Innovation

Scientific Research to Benefit from More Open Innovation

By • on October 16, 2014

The IdeaConnection website reported that open innovation is giving science a big boost with the announcement of a challenge fund to advance bioelectronic medicine research and the launch of an open innovation stem cell technology center. To foster collaborative research to develop bioelectronic medicines,

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How Harvard Uses OI To Solve World-Class Scientific Problems

How Harvard Uses OI To Solve World-Class Scientific Problems

By • on July 29, 2014

The Forbes website reported on Harvard Medical School’s use of open innovation.  Harvard Catalyst’s experiment in open innovation was not only about finding novel solutions to difficult problems. It also was intended to explore how all aspects of the scientific research process could be systematically

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Winners Announced in OI Mental Health Challenge

Winners Announced in OI Mental Health Challenge

By • on February 20, 2014

The Sacramento Bee website reported that Scientists Without Borders, a program of the New York Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson,  has announced the winners of a $10,000 open innovation challenge that called for ideas to increase awareness and utilization of mental health

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American Heart Assoc. Open Innovation Challenge

American Heart Assoc. Open Innovation Challenge

By • on January 28, 2014

The WebCityNews website reported that the American Heart Association has set up its first Open Innovation Challenge which was launched to find innovative tools that would help its efforts to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. The 10 finalists are running 30-day campaigns on the medical crowdfunding

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Using Open Innovation to Deliver Healthcare Disruption

Using Open Innovation to Deliver Healthcare Disruption

By • on January 27, 2014

An article o:n the MedCityNews website asked the question: how do we begin to break through the barriers that exist in healthcare to create an environment where truly disruptive innovation is possible? One option is to fling open the doors of the R&D department, figuratively speaking, and invite

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Netflix Challenge: ‘More Shots on Goal’

Netflix Challenge: ‘More Shots on Goal’

By • on December 18, 2013

The Harvard Magazine website posted an article which noted that in citizen science, crowdsourcing has largely focused on relatively simple, discrete tasks: classifying images of galaxies, for instance. But both research and industry are beginning to explore how open-ended goals like innovation can benefit

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Medtech Companies Need to Evolve Business Model

Medtech Companies Need to Evolve Business Model

By • on September 27, 2013

The Digital Journal reports that a move to value-based health care, tougher regulations and a lack of resources are challenging medtech companies to be more creative when developing new products and services, and to experiment with new business models. The move to value-based health care is making

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New Treatments Developed in Open Innovation Program

New Treatments Developed in Open Innovation Program

By • on June 29, 2013

The University of Cambridge website reported that Cambridge researchers are developing new therapies as part of a collaborative program with industry. Two revolutionary treatments which could alleviate pain in people with hypersensitivity to heat, and provide a new regenerative therapy with MS

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