Enspektos, LLC, a New York-based innovation consultancy, has published The Digital Health Innovator’s Mini-Handbook. This 40-page first-of-its-kind publication is designed to provide entrepreneurs, executives, medical professionals and others with strategies, insights and methods that can help them successfully develop, implement and scale digital innovations in health.
The mini-handbook features a number of resources, including:
– The Ages of Digital Health: A unique framework that clearly explains how the digital health landscape has matured, the ways it will evolve over the next decade and how to prepare
– The Digital Health Innovation Integration Curve: A three-stage digital health innovation maturity assessment model that helps organizations, startups and others quickly understand and communicate innovation progress, identify strengths and weaknesses and more (readers can assess their progress via Enspektos’ ongoing State of Digital Health Innovation study)
– The Digital Health Maven Growth System: Developed after years of research, this five-part system helps innovators learn and practice the habits and strategies of high-performing individuals in the digital health arena
The pace of digital innovation in health is accelerating,” said Fard Johnmar, digital health futurist, researcher, co-author of ePatient 2015 and developer of the mini-handbook. “Despite this, there are few resources people can use to proactively address innovation-related issues, communicate clearly about their progress, quickly locate must-have resources and much more. The mini-handbook addresses this unmet need.”