AHA Center for Health Innovation Market Scan

AHA Center for Health Innovation’s Market Scan articles provide insights and analysis on the field’s latest developments in health care disruption, transformation and innovation.

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Mar 2, 2021
A report issued by the group last month, the “National Dialogue for Healthcare Innovation,” provides a framework for how hospitals and health systems, public health, government leaders and others can work together during future crises. The wide-ranging report addresses three primary areas in which…
Mar 2, 2021
In this week’s Take Five conversation, the AHA Center for Health Innovation’s Chief Operating Officer Andy Shin speaks with Marcus Osborne, senior vice president of health and wellness transformation at Walmart, about creating patient-centered solutions that drive greater patient engagement and…
Mar 2, 2021
Providence and 13 other health systems have formed a startup to pool patient information in an effort to streamline anonymous data to improve care, find cures faster and promote more equitable treatment of underrepresented groups.
Mar 2, 2021
A new health economy is coming. In this reshaped sector, emerging technologies, an ability to cure, prevent and detect disease earlier along with highly engaged consumers focused on wellness will lead to a deceleration in health spending. By 2040, these trends could deliver a $3.5 trillion “…
Feb 23, 2021
Identifying the underlying factors that contribute to disparities in outcomes in vulnerable rural populations and developing strategies to address these issues remain constant challenges, but progress is being made. OSF Healthcare’s Health Equities Action Lab (HEAL) is employing a data-driven…
Feb 23, 2021
Tri-County Health Care in Wadena, Minn., experienced a cultural transformation over the past two years that significantly improved employee engagement, patient satisfaction, quality and safety, and other key operating parameters. What its leaders could not have predicted, however, was how this work…
Feb 16, 2021
The hospital-at-home model is expanding concepts of where and how acute medical care can be delivered. Hospitals can “admit” qualified patients into their homes, where they receive acute, hospital-level care through a combination of telemedicine, remote patient monitoring and in-person visits.
Feb 16, 2021
Some provider organizations are developing powerful networks by forging broad-based community partnerships, integrating physical and behavioral health care and more to address barriers to access. During a recent AHA Transformation Talks video, leaders from WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, N…
Feb 9, 2021
Demonstrating inspired leadership, innovative collaborative efforts and forward-thinking governance, rural hospitals and health systems continue to deliver care in the face of overwhelming adversity. Organizations across the nation will gather virtually Feb. 17-18 for the AHA Rural Health Care…
Feb 2, 2021
A new report, “Leveraging Data for Health Innovation,” from the AHA Center for Health Innovation explores the trend of hospitals and health systems finding new ways to glean actionable insights from their data and provides a blueprint for leading a data-driven organization. It explores the…