Introducing the State of Digital Health Innovation Wave I Report and a New Free Insights Platform

I’m pleased to announce the release of the State of Digital Health Innovation Study (Wave I) report.

As I discussed in a Webinar that took place in mid-April 2016 with HIT Consultant, the study indicates that:

  • Only 5% of health organizations are operating at the highest level of digital health innovation proficiency and expertise
  • The majority of organizations globally are in the digital health pilot testing and experimentation phase
  • Progress is slow even in relatively mature technology areas such as social media and mobile
  • Organizations do not yet have sufficient technical expertise or budgetary resources to efficiently scale their innovation efforts

You can learn more about the report via an article that was published on April 21 on HIT Consultant. Click here to view it.

Introducing the Digital Health Innovation Acceleration Resources Portal Where You Can Download the Research Report & Many More Tools

innovation_acceleration_resources_smOver the last three years, Enspektos has developed numerous free guides, publications, reports and frameworks designed to help innovators like you implement digital technologies effectively. I estimate that more than 20,000 people globally have benefited from these resources since 2013.

Now, in recognition of the significant unmet needs (in the areas of innovation, education, strategy, tactical execution, etc.) highlighted by the State of Digital Health Innovation research, I’ve decided to bring the best of these resources together into a single online home.

I call it the Digital Health Innovation Acceleration Resources Portal. This free insights library is where you’ll be able to download the State of Digital Health Innovation report, access our free online courses, publications, Webinars and many more tools and helpful content. The portal will be updated on a regular basis, and it’s completely free of charge.

Learn more about and register for the portal (and download the State of Digital Health Innovation Study), by clicking here.

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