Medical Innovation: Concepts, Delivery and the Future of Healthcare
 
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ISBN13:9780367759162
ISBN10:03677591611
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:262 pages
Size:234x156 mm
Weight:580 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 5 Illustrations, black & white; 56 Illustrations, color; 3 Halftones, black & white; 33 Halftones, color; 2 Line drawings, black & white; 23 Line drawings, color; 21 Tables, black & white
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Medical Innovation

Concepts, Delivery and the Future of Healthcare
 
Edition number: 1
Publisher: CRC Press
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Short description:

An essential text for innovators, this book provides a clear framework for the innovation pathway, describing step-by-step how projects are taken from concept to marketing, and also includes a current assessment of emerging technologies that will influence medical innovation in the future.

Long description:

An essential text for innovators, this accessible book explains how medical and healthcare professionals and students who are new to innovation in healthcare can best progress their innovation projects and how those interested in healthcare innovation can develop an improved understanding of novel treatments and developments. The book provides a clear framework for the innovation pathway, describing step-by-step how projects are taken from concept to marketing, and also includes a current assessment of emerging technologies that will influence medical innovation in the future.


Key Features:



  • Wide-ranging and comprehensive coverage of the field, from digital health and AI technologies, through stem-cell applications and robotic surgery, to specialty-specific innovations including those in cardiology, public health and ophthalmology

  • Illustrated with real-life examples of success and failure and what can be learned from these projects

  • Reflects a greater emphasis on clinical innovation within health systems and its inclusion in undergraduate and postgraduate medical curriculae and medically related courses

  • Supports national and international initiatives to encourage innovation in healthcare and maximize the novel ideas generated by university staff and students, as well as practicing clinicians

Ideal for students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and medical practitioners and allied medical health professionals, it will also be of interest to clinical innovators and healthcare businesses seeking to increase uptake of their products both in the UK and internationally.

Table of Contents:

Foreword. List of contributors. Glossary. THE INNOVATION PROCESS. Introduction. The Innovation Process. Intellectual Property. Establishing a Company. Prototyping. Raising Capital: How Innovators Raise Funding to Drive Medical Innovation. The Regulatory Landscape for Medical Devices in the UK and EU. Responsible Business Conduct: Why and How Healthcare Companies Should Incorporate Environmental Sustainability, Social Responsibility, and Business Integrity into their Practice. Research and Validation. Marketing. Penetrating the National Health Service and Private Sectors. HORIZON SCANNING AND THE EMERGENCY TECHNOLOGIES. An Innovator?s Journey. Digital Health. Regenerative Medicine. Cardiology. Genetics and Genomics Horizon Scanning. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The Evolution of Robotic Surgery ? Current Status and Future Concepts. Innovation in Public Health: Tools and Methods. Wearable and Implantable Medical Devices ? A Fantastic Voyage. Using Technology to Improve the Outcomes of Mental Health. Medical Imaging. Medical Innovation in Ophthalmology. Index.