Tag Archives: healthcare

modelH update: Intermediaries

modelH is a co-creation forum dedicated to building an open source business model canvas for the US healthcare system. Our recent project sprint completed two key objectives for Healthcare Intermediaries. This update will bring you up to speed on the recent activities with which the modelH community has been engaged, what we'll be addressing in the next project sprint on modelH, and how you can get involved.

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modelH update: Healthcare Customer Segmentation – Users, Buyers, and Intermediaries

modelH is a co-creation forum dedicated to building an open source business model canvas for the US healthcare system. Our recent project sprints on Customer Segments and Intermediaries revealed some terrific insights, and yet we also learned that there can be shortcomings to the linear nature of our approach. This update will bring you up to speed on what the modelH community has been doing for the past 6 weeks, what we are teeing up next, and how you can get involved.

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modelH – Health Model Co-Creation Forum (part 4)

After reading my 3 earlier posts, I hope we have you convinced that this is a worthwhile effort and that you should join us. By joining the forum – you join the movement to create a better healthcare system. The solutions for transforming healthcare will come from harnessing diverse ideas from across the ecosystem of healthcare stakeholders. We are inviting individuals inside and outside of the healthcare industry to join us on one platform to ignite conversations and build solutions for new business models within US healthcare. That means you – yes, you are invited!

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Healthcare Kiosks are Coming

Walk-in kiosks for retail settings are coming and promise to deliver healthcare on the spot via telemedicine. HealthSpot is part of a wave of upcoming small, walk-in telemedicine kiosk designed to deliver access to high-quality healthcare in retail stores and other non-traditional settings.

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Lessons from an Innovation Rescue

Early retail acceptance can make or break many new products. When your latest innovation doesn’t hit the sales rate the retailer expects your product may be discontinued, resulting in a downward sales spiral. Here are some of the lessons learned from entrepreneurs who had to react quickly when CVS dropped their At Heart® emergency aspirin product.

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