It can mean new business models around healthcare
1480_ 12/18/13 - We are back with Kate Tallman, Interim Associate Vice President of Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado. Now at the system level for the first time, Kate tells us she has a great opportunity to understand what's going on at CU Denver and the medical campus in particular. It's very interesting to learn about healthcare innovations and all the research they have going on there. It's a new area, but an old area for Kate. She started her career doing financial analysis of hospitals and healthcare. So, she says, "I'm coming full circle now in seeing the business of healthcare. There was a wonderful conference put on by Silicon Flatirons Center called, 'The Future of Healthcare Innovation'." Kate said "investors are now getting very interested in healthcare services. This can mean a lot of things. It can mean new business models around healthcare. Providers can optimize the care they deliver to patients. A lot of information technology was patient's data - all of these areas are becoming increasingly valuable as we move into the era of healthcare reform. As this gets implemented healthcare systems are going to need to demonstrate that they can deliver quality outcomes for patients. This is an untapped opportunity because..." listen for more...
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