Digital Health Innovation
- A Masterclass for Industry Managers
If you wish to read more about the programme, you can download last years programme description on top of the page. A 2019 programme will be uploaded soon.
Understand the changing landscape of digital healthcare, find new business opportunities and learn tools for more valuable and robust innovations.
New digital products and solutions are the center of an emerging transformation of health care. Companies entering and competing in this environment need to understand the opportunities and challenges of digital health innovations.
Changes redefine the opportunities and the context for innovations and the way innovations must be developed to become competitive. From this masterclass participants obtain a deeper and more actionable understanding of current challenges and solutions for innovations in digital health. They understand more clearly the role of health platforms in shaping the innovation landscape. They work with innovators who are operating in novel solution spaces such as artificial intelligence or patient support platforms. With help from university and industry experts they learn and practice crucial tools to make their innovations more competitive.
The teaching format is highly interactive, combining lectures, workshops, group work, cases as well as participants’ own experiences. Content is organised into four central topics:
- Public policy, procurement and regulation of the innovation landscape in digital health.
- How do platforms shape competition in digital health?
- New technologies and business strategies and the opening of new arenas for digital health.
- Active involvement of users at the front end of the development process
“Healthcare is moving towards a transformation. To a large degree that will be all about digital health innovation. Denmark is uniquely positioned to be a leading laboratory and innovator in this transformation. Yet the public sector is struggling with its critical role as initiator and partner in these innovations, and companies are asking how to best develop and commercialize their innovations. There is a need for fora allowing these challenges to be articulated, along with sharing ideas, experiences and best practice on how to best overcome them. The potential is huge for patient benefits and for commercial opportunities for companies. What we need are learning environments allowing us to faster and better connect the dots in this opportunity space. This masterclass is designed to be that kind of learning environment.” Finn Valentin, Professor, Director of Research Centre on Biotech Business, Copenhagen Business School.
Please download last years detailed description of this course in pdf at the top of this page. A 2019 version will be uploaded soon.
After the masterclass you will be able to:
Direct your innovation efforts more effectively in the changing landscape of digital healthcare.
Analyse, compare and understand the way platforms shape and affect the innovation agenda of a much broader ecosystem.
Better understand the changing context for third party innovating firms, their options and their need for an innovation strategy.
Map stakeholder and value network as a tool to stronger co-creation of innovation concepts and business models.
Understand, create, and discuss the organisation of a living lab in Health IT.
Address key challenges in commercialising healthcare innovations.
The masterclass is relevant for both SMEs and larger industrial players. It addresses managers with executive or operational responsibilities for identifying, shaping and developing digital innovations in healthcare. The masterclass is also of interest for other stakeholders in the innovation supply chain, such as public organisations on both local, regional and federal level, private and public healthcare institutions, NGOs etc.
Good information and contacts
The course was professional and productive
A couple of very inspiring days
Tools for digital healthcare innovation
Interesting view of innovation in healthcare
A symposium with peers from the industry
I consider the healthcare area a driver for innovation
Søren Brunak, Professor, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, Faculty
The programme dates are to be announced. Location will be CBS Executive, Porcelænshaven 22, 2000 Frederiksberg.
The Masterclass will have a limited number of seats on a first come - first serve basis.
Participant fee does not include accommodation.