Why Having a Technology Incubator Inside a Health System is Helping Patients and Providers Respond to COVID-19
The healthcare landscape is full of digital technologies striving to make an impact. The consistent question is whether these technologies are transforming healthcare in a way that gets us closer to the “quadruple aim”: improving population health, providing a better patient and provider experience, and lowering costs. With this in mind, Providence was an early adaptor of technology and innovation, and to address these needs, they started an in-house technology incubator, called the Digital Innovation Group (DIG). Providence’s Digital Innovation Group is primarily focused on standing up technologies that move the needle. And now, in the midst of a global health care crisis, DIG is putting these solutions to work in the fight against COVID-19.
Martin, Aaron and Vaezy, Sara, "Why Having a Technology Incubator Inside a Health System is Helping Patients and Providers Respond to COVID-19" (2020). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 2984.