Conversations around healthcare innovation often times include words like “disruptors” or “disruption,” especially when new technologies and systems are being introduced. These terms can get thrown around pretty frequently but can often be unclear on what the term actually means.
Providence’s Aaron Martin speaks with Becker’s Hospital Review to define what “disruption” means to them along with 11 other health care innovation executives around the country.
“Disruption is a competing business model that puts the existing incumbent model at a disadvantage. It typically delivers more value to the ends of the value chain — either the source of value creation (physicians/clinicians) or end consumer (patients) of value being created in the chain.”
Read more on what executives have to say about disruption.
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