Most health and care systems are buckling under growing pressures of chronic, persistent problems and ever-diminishing resources. Despite best efforts, many technology-driven interventions and transformation programmes do not scale or have only limited, incremental impact. Worse, many lead to unintended consequences such as conflict, shifted or hidden cost and added stress that can diminish the sustainability of health and care systems and burden the people that work within them.
To realise more healthy and flourishing lives, work, systems, societies and economies, we believe that an alternative view of health value is essential; one that helps us see systemic problems more clearly, conceive of valued interventions more confidently and lead and execute transformation efforts more effectively.
DISCOVER A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON HEALTH VALUE
In this workshop, I will introduce my ecosystem view of health value along with our framework and approach for designing and realising it. Through a mix of applied theory and practical group activities, you will acquire understanding of complexity thinking, health ecosystem and value design principles. And you will explore Umio's methods for revealing opportunities, building adaptive capabilities and accelerating value-based transformation in health, care and related ecosystems.
Whether working in industry, a provider or government organisation, come along and be inspired to reimagine and reshape your (eco)systemic health innovation and design efforts. Don't wait! Book your place today.
BOSTON (JANUARY 16th) - Book Here
TORONTO (JANUARY 18th) - Book Here
VANCOUVER (JANUARY 23rd) - Book Here
SAN FRANCISCO (JANUARY 25th) - Book Here
LONDON (FEBRUARY 7th) - Book Here
OXFORD (FEBRUARY 13th) - Book Here
CAMBRIDGE (FEBRUARY 20th) - Book Here
BASEL (FEBRUARY 27th) - Book Here
BERLIN (MARCH 7th) - Book Here
BARCELONA (MARCH 14th) - Book Here
September 12-15, Rutgers Universit
I shall be conducting two workshops at the annual STS Design Roundtable at Rutgers University, in September 2017. Using common “touch-points” of the Rutgers’ Center for the Study of Collaboration in Work and Society and STS RT like healthcare, education, social innovation, and mutual prosperity, this event takes a deep dive in Collaborative Ecosystems, with a focus on the healthcare sector, to get a better understanding of necessary principles, methods and knowledge in building an ecosystem with professionals, clients, (IT)- consultants and academics.