Healthcare innovation teams are at a unique point. They’ve moved from ideating to innovating and have structured themselves accordingly.
To demonstrate the breadth of arrangements, we’ve gathered 10 frameworks from the worlds of biopharma, payer, health system, and nonprofit. The following list includes information on how each team is modeled — from centralized to embedded and highly matrixed — along with its origins, investment thesis, team size, approach to innovating, examples of work, advice from those heading up innovation, and more.
Read the list: What 10 innovation teams look like
You’ll get a pretty good idea of how stakeholders are modeling themselves for 21st century innovation, along with insight from the strategic thinkers who are delivering ROI for their organizations.
Marc Iskowitz, editor-in-chief, MM&M