CHICAGO – The American Hospital Association has launched a Center for Health Innovation that will focus on providing market intelligence, partnerships inside and outside of health care, leadership development opportunities and more. “This is a pivotal moment for the field, as hospitals and health care systems face unprecedented challenges and opportunities,” said Rick Pollack, president and CEO of the American Hospital Association, in a statement. “Hospitals and health systems across the country have been incubators of innovation. The center will help us disseminate what is working, as well as test new ideas to improve outcomes and increase value and affordability.” Initial offerings from the Center for Innovation will include: regular updates and intelligence on the forces shaping health care and how they will impact hospitals and health systems; The AHA Innovation Challenge, which will bring together creative thinkers, catalyze ideas and explore new ways to spread innovation at-scale; access to expert cybersecurity resources; and Innovation 90 Boot Camp, acoaching program that helps health care leaders learn the latest innovation frameworks being used in industries from technology to manufacturing.
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