Colorado is the nation’s top health innovation ecosystem. I’ve made this claim on several occasions now, from the 2016 Prime Health Challenge, to our recent joint meet-up with TechrIoT.
During the 2016 Prime Health Challenge, I announced that Colorado was the top health innovation ecosystem in the nation. A number of factors influenced this announcement, including Colorado’s ranking as the country’s fastest growing economy, top labor supply, and best place to live.
On October 7th, I had the honor to participate in a workshop in Phoenix, Arizona as part of the Society of General Internal Medicine Mountain West Regional Meeting. General Internists from Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and Wyoming participated in our workshop titled “There’s an App for That! Emerging Opportunities for Digital Health Technology in General Internal Medicine.”
More than 100 organizations joined forces with us this year to make the 2016 Prime Health Innovation Summit the largest gathering of its kind in Colorado’s history — and we couldn’t be more grateful.
Value. It’s driving a lot of change in the industry, but what does it really entail? Does “value” mean the same thing to a consumer/patient as it does to a provider?
Are you considering attending the 2016 Prime Health Innovation Summit, but aren’t quite sure what to expect? Read on to learn why you don’t want to miss this hallmark event!
Over 50 national health innovation thought leaders ready to discuss with attendees the greatest health innovation needs and best practices in integrating innovation into care models, patient satisfaction/engagement, enhancing value and interoperability.
Eight companies from Colorado’s digital health ecosystem presented their latest innovations to 250 Florida Hospital executives during the National Council of Presidents meeting in Orlando, Florida. The invitation-only competition drew healthcare executives from across the country to hear pitches from 23 health innovation companies.