Open Health Innovations


Innovation in the complex landscape of healthcare is often stymied by diverse challenges ranging from stakeholder coordination, to stringent regulations, to operational complexity and stretched budgets.

This blog outlines how live systems we’ve brought up with partners, in markets both domestic and overseas, to address real world needs, can be used as laboratories or for market trialing by others.  To in effect, use our production environments that have existing users and resources as “sandboxes” for introducing or testing products and services, eliminating the need of carrying the entire burden of such a system.

Finally, the core concept underlying all of these systems is that of Consumer -Controlled Direct Engagement.  A term we've coined because it highlights the central notion that patients must control the process and be actively engaged in it.  Not merely vessels being carried along the journey.

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