Innovation insights

We believe that you have the power to bring forth
transformative innovation. To this end, you have to
continually stay current on leading thought and
information on topics relevant to you.

Looking to stay on the edge of health innovation?

We believe that you have the power to bring forth transformative innovation. To this end, you have to continually stay current on leading thought and information on topics relevant to you. Our innovation insights offers you the easiest way to stay informed on the evolving and fast moving innovation knowledge front. Receiving timely and relevant innovation insights, you will be stimulated to unlock new ideas and connect into new collaborative opportunities. GuideWell Innovation will be with you through every step of your innovation journey.

Leading Insights

Health Innovation Inspiration at Exponential Medicine 2016

Exponential Medicine 2016 was once again an amazing experience for anyone in the medical or healthcare innovation arena.

 

This immersive 4-day event covered in-depth technology topics such as nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, biopharma, data & machine learning, 3D printing, genomics and blockchain wrapped around other thought-provoking subjects such as the role of human touch in medicine, the future of cancer and neuroscience, the role of mental health in an ever more complex world to entrepreneurship and bringing innovations to market.

 

The Future is Bright: Exponential Medicine 2016

Every year we say it. Mind-blowing. Yesterday, day 2 of Exponential Medicine 2016, did not disappoint. Here are just a few of the things that have inspired us to continue our health innovation at GuideWell with exponential enthusiasm.

 

The day started off with a panel from ‘Omics to Action hosted by Moira Gunn, host of NPR’s Biotech Nation. In this session Jamie Metzl, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council and Author of the Genesis Code, blew our mind with his talk on the future of the genetics age.

 

From Immersion to Solutions | An Interview with Dr. Chris Hillier

What do you need when you sit down to really work on a problem? Personality might dictate whether you prefer a quiet space to a busy coffee shop or sticky notes to a laptop, but some problem-solving requirements are universal, such as having the right inputs at the right time, and a framework to evolve ideas to execution. GuideWell’s Dr.

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