Leaders of Innovation


I: What We Learned in 2020 & What We’re Expecting This Year

March 10, 2021

One: Double down on Innovation Every year, thought leaders usher in a new year by predicting what trends…

The Redox Podcast: Episode 34– Reproduction & Pediatrics pt 2: Dr. David Elkin, Executive Director of the Center for Advancement of Youth at University of Mississippi Medical Center

December 16, 2020

Today on the show we have Dr. David Elkin. He is a pediatric clinical psychologist and founder and…

The Redox Podcast: Episode 30 – No Beers, No Bars, just ELRs: Electronic Lab Reporting Requirements with Dr. Louise Laurent

November 17, 2020

In this week’s podcast, I chat with Dr. Louise Laurent about how the University of California San Diego…

Leaders of Innovation: Lesley Solomon of Dana Farber Cancer Institute

February 13, 2018

Adopting innovative technologies in healthcare is something that has the power to transform care delivery, but it's also something that requires intensive thought, analysis, and planning. But above all, innovation adoption requires leadership that deeply understands the pain points and needs of the providers and patients they serve.

Leaders of Innovation: Chen Cao of Brigham and Women’s Hospital 

January 23, 2018

Innovation Analyst Chen Cao of Brigham and Women's Hospital discusses how their innovation department (iHub) focused on building a culture of collaboration in 2017, and what pain points they're looking to address in the new year.

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Leaders of Innovation: Roy Rosin, CIO of Penn Medicine

January 16, 2018

The advancement of healthcare hinges upon leaders that are forward thinking, ambitious, and attuned to the needs of…

Interviews from Healthcare’s Frontlines: Dr. Stephen Breneman

June 19, 2017

With access to more healthcare data than ever before, medicine is at a pivotal…