Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform Podcast

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We sat down with Liquid Landscape, a visiting Techstars ++ startup, on how building an ecosystem of health around big data and visualization will help the future of health and health care.
Lucy just might be your new best friend. Who is Lucy? She is Solenica's first product that brings natural light into the dark areas of your home, or lights up a dark room. Solenica visited Rochester, MN recently with the Techstars ++ program, and we sat down to learn how this startup is creating a new ecosystem for health in the home through creating an environment of natural lighting. Enjoy!
Phil Martie understands what parents go through when being in the NICU. When his twins were unexpectedly born 15 weeks prematurely, he had never felt more at the mercy of others. Spending 110 days in the NICU and the loss of one of their children pushed Phil to seize the opportunity to make sure no parent goes through the NICU experience un-empowered. Nicolette's first product is NicoBoard, a parent-facing application that maps a premature baby's plan of care and tracks progress in a way that parents can understand. The application visually translates critical health data, enabling parents to be empowered members of their baby's healthcare team. Hospitals will provide a specialized tablet to parents that contains the app, and parents can also download the app to their personal devices and use a full web version on their desktop.
We chat with the founder of the Enable Community Foundation, a global community of open-source innovators, tinkerers, and enthusiasts working together to build 3D printed prosthetic hands for children.
For most couples going through their first pregnancy your world is full of questions, doubts, second guesses, and a lot of trepidation in expectation of the first birth. Many of us have been there. Anything that can help relieve some of the worry is welcomed with open arms, and for the founder of Bloom Life, his experience led to the creation of Belli. Listen in on his story and what drives him to innovate in the health care ecosystem.
A throwback to our interview with Anthony Pannozzo.
In 2010, Tammy Bowers’ 3 month old son, Lion, underwent a life-saving heart transplant which resulted in a daily care schedule complicated by numerous medications and medical checkpoints. Bowers believed technology could be the key to improving the complexities of medical caregiving. With the support of a dedicated business and development team, she created a “truly collaborative” mobile and web application to improve patients’ ability to manage chronic health conditions.
HealthFinders works to be an access point to anyone looking to get healthy in greater Rice County, Minnesota. Patient Advocacy, referrals, and wellness programs reach out to all those looking to access health or health care. At this time, HealthFinders clinical programs are limited to those who are uninsured, or underinsured.
Yuhgo Yamaguchi recently published an article on Harvard Business Review how the very design of a hospital has a direct relationship to recovery and healing. We connected to Yuhgo to learn more, and had a fantastic conversation! Yuhgo Yamaguchi is a Principal Design Strategist at Continuum. You can follow Yuhgo on twitter at @yuhgo
When most people hear the name Xerox, it calls up a nostalgic feeling. But for Tamara StClaire, it's a name that means opportunity and a chance to make great changes in health care. Listen as we learn about the best kept secret in health care: Xerox Healthcare.
Natalie is a hybrid thinker, comfortably synthesizing creative and analytical thought processes from design and business to arrive at innovative opportunities. At Philadelphia University Natalie holds the endowed G. Allen Mebane IV ’52 Chair for Design Thinkers and is the Director of the Strategic Design MBA program and an Associate Professor. A practitioner and researcher of design thinking, she is noted for being savvy at connecting the dots between theory and practice and is a bridge builder to the creative side of strategy. In her public speaking engagements, she helps a range of audiences understand and apply user-centered principles to their particular work. Her consultancy, Figure 8 Thinking, LLC, helps organizations leverage creativity as an innovation resource. We connected with her after Transform to learn more about her, her work, and the role of design thinking in the future of work.
Dana invented #DIYPS, the "do it yourself pancreas system", in Nov. 2013 and in Dec. 2014 her and her now husband "closed the loop" and turned #DIYPS into a fully functioning artificial pancreas. In Feb. 2015 she founded the #OpenAPS movement, an open and transparent effort to make safe and effective basic Artificial Pancreas System technology widely available to more quickly improve and save as many lives as possible and reduce the burden of Type 1 diabetes. Check out her journey as we talk through the navigation from maker, to hacker, to inventor.
Medikidz is a children’s medical education organization that works closely with healthcare professionals, families, children and patients to produce unique learning materials in an interactive, powerfully-visual comic book format, thereby helping to educate children about their health as well as the health of those around them. We were joined by CEO and co-founder Dr. Kate Hersov on the podcast to learn more about this really intriguing and engaging patient educational material changing how Pediatrics engages their patients.
We recently read an article on the Wall Street Journal titled "Why Patients Remember Little Doctors Tell Them," and saw Center for Innovation aluma Kate Dudgeon was the author. Seeing her work with Continuum, we connected over video chat to learn more about her work in Continuum as well as the need for design in health care.
Smartphones and tablets have more processing power than NASA used to put man on the moon. Imagine what you could do with thousands of mobile devices linked together! Unoceros is the world’s first distributed computing network powered by mobile devices owned by people all over the world. As devices within the Unoceros network lay idle, it utilizes their unused computing power for projects in healthcare and beyond.
We connect with Dr. Nancy Capello, founder of Are You Dense, a nationwide movement to change the notification of women's breast density number during routine mammogram examinations. Listen in to hear about her story of the discovery of breast cancer, to her championing the cause.
We connect with author Lauren Taylor to follow up on our previous conversation, and chat about incentives, health, culture and more.
The Collective Action Lab accelerates implementation of collaborative ideas in community. There are many barriers to successful implementation. Although these barriers are not new, there is greater urgency to address them due to shrinking resources, increasing complexity and interdependencies, and growing societal needs. Knowing this, we had to connect and learn more about their secret sauce!
We connected with the Center for Innovations first designer at BarnRaise in Chicago to talk about design in Health Care, as well as his new endeavor, Harken Health.
We get together with Colin Hung and Andy DeLaO to discuss the best of Transform 2015, and what's next.
Before the Think Big Challenge hit the stage last night, we gathered around to talk about the sessions of Day 2, and what resounded the best. Enjoy!
We spend 90% of our lives indoors, and the relationship with our environment has a direct impact on our health and well being. By building one of the most sophisticated, modular, and sensor-laden facilities to record how this impact truly influences our health, the Well Living Lab will bring new research into our environments and health. The Well Living Lab is a collaboration between Delos Living and the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation to use design thinking, design, and scientific observation to bring individualized health to you and your environment.
The structure of medical education hasn't changed, but Dr. Bon Ku and his colleagues are looking to change that by introducing design thinking into medical education to better prepare students for the ever-changing future.
When a startup/entrepreneurial spirit meets an MBA, you meet Tori Utley, one of our Powered by PechaKucha presenters this year at Transform 2015. With a history of addiction affecting her upbringing, Tori is using her skills in business to bring change to addiction in a new and innovative way.
Wearables, Biomarkers, Sensors. The quantified self movement is changing how we view ourselves and measure our health. That's where Dr. Birt and ASU has found more opportunities to work on creating the future of how we empower people to power their health through self-monitoring and awareness.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Mayo Clinic CFI
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Mar 20th, 2015
Latest Episode
Jul 28th, 2016
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
72
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes
Explicit
No
Language
English

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