Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooood day folks!
We’ve got some great news about… being in the news?!
This week we were incredibly excited to announce that Med-IQ, a major provider of clinical and risk management education, selected Planbox to accelerate innovation and explore new ways to transform medical education and improve patient outcomes.
Well, now we’re DOUBLY excited to inform you that this amazing news got picked by Healthcare Dive, an outlet that provides in-depth journalism and insight into the most impactful news and trends shaping healthcare!
But wait, it doesn’t end there!
We’re TRIPLY excited to tell you that last week Ludwig was interviewed by the Joe Pivarunas, Managing Editor at Nanalyze, which is a boutique media research firm that shares insights about disruptive technologies and gives a voice to great ideas of the future!
SO! Joe published this great piece on Why Innovation Matters So Much, in which Ludwig was asked to share his very own insights on innovation management, AI, and everything in between:
“The biggest thing Planbox does is to attach information to a problem they’re trying to solve. They’ve patented a technology called Self-Driving Innovation which starts with an underlying understanding of the problem the user is trying to solve then builds on top of that with useful data. Humans-in-the-loop help identify what’s useful or not. Slowly the algorithm starts to understand what’s being deemed useful all by itself.”
“Data can be gleaned both internally and externally. In some cases, businesses are willing to collaborate with other businesses in areas where they don’t compete to share best practices and most importantly, big data. Mr. Melik talked about how there is a growing demand by companies to access “anonymized” data across other companies and industries. Especially in today’s environment, people are becoming increasingly willing to share anonymized data. The willingness and ability to look outside for answers is what makes for a great innovation management platform.”
So, to answer the question raised in the title of this very blog, why does innovation matter so much? The answer is simple: go read the article!
Til next time folks!