My experience so far as an ED Administration, Operations, and Quality Fellow at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has been an incredible one. Through the fellowship and the MBA classes I’ve been taking, such as the Innovation and Entrepreneurship class, I have really been able to further explore the use of clinical informatics and digital technology to yield patient-empowering and equitable innovations.
The video below covers a group project I recently had the pleasure of working on called Assure Health. While I certainly recognize that barriers such as limited health literacy, language barriers, and vision impairment, can preclude the feasibility of such innovations for some vulnerable groups, I do think this project offers great potential for democratizing medical information and giving maximum control to patients.
If you would like more details on our business model, value proposition, observations from thirty customer discovery interviews, and final insights on the next steps, check out the video below.