5. Integrating new approaches into established organizations

No matter how important new firms are to innovation in healthcare, much of the activity in the industry continues to flow through established firms—providers, insurers, and suppliers—that also must engage in innovation to increase value. A key question is how the benefits of new insights can be integrated into these established organizations.

A. Bringing new ideas into established firms:

Established organizations must maintain the flexibility to acknowledge new approaches while respecting the importance of fulfilling their long-standing objectives. Read more

B. Leveraging community relationships:

Established firms must leverage the benefit of strong relationships with customer “communities” as they innovate to improve value. Read more

C. Becoming more accountable:

Current entities must play a key role in increasing the accountability that all industry participants have for the health of the populations they serve. Read more

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