Dr. Victor Montori, Lead Investigator from the Knowledge and Encounter Research Unit at Mayo Clinic, explores patient compliance issues at Transform 2009, a symposium sponsored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation. For more information, go to http://www.mayo.edu/transform
Virtual tour of the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Rochester, Minn. The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI) uses a patient-centered focus to transform the way health care is experienced and delivered. CFI is a multidisciplinary center that includes practicing physicians and scientists, along with researchers, designers, service designers, along with IT and project management expertise. Central to the methodology used by CFI is design thinking — introduced to the clinical practice at Mayo Clinic by the first known team of designers embedded in a medical practice. The CFI follows a long tradition of Mayo Clinic innovations, dating back to the Mayo brothers and focused on patient needs.
Sandra Clarke, R.N., shares her story on the experience that created the spark of inspiration to create the No One Dies Alone program. Learn more about the Center for Innovation at http://mayocl.in/19CLaR6 and read our blog post about NODA at http://mayocl.in/GPVNtU.