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Innovation by Design – the project ideation process

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Dr. Andy Browning - Director of Innovation EIT Health e.V.

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Innovation by Design – the project ideation process

  1. 1. t EIT Health is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union Innovation Projects: Innovation by Design for BP17 2016-02-25
  2. 2. 2 Innovation by Design (IbD) “Innovation by design projects” are modelled on well-defined societal needs of European citizens and/or healthcare systems in Europe • Collaborative projects that are “needs-driven” and start from a recognised market need or societal problem • InnoLife has designed this project type to enable corporate and public non-academic partners to quickly initiate and execute projects which aim at developing products and services hindered by specific innovation barriers • The criteria for innovation by design projects include contribution to breaking these barriers, their speed of implementation and their short-term impact(s). • These projects will be driven by a non-academic Core Partner (maximum 1 project per year as a lead)
  3. 3. 3 Major Updates Innovation by Design • Changes: • Maximum 2M Euro EIT KAVA per project • Funding for maximum of 24 months • 750 K maximum in first year, 1.25 M in second • Thematic area(s) selected in thematisation / ideation process • Stays the same: • At least 2 CLCs involved • Led by non-academic core partner
  4. 4. 4 Why Thematicise? • Bring structure to portfolio • Identify key areas of strengths and align project activities • Conceptualise around potential themes • Bring new partners together • Not specific project details • Different approaches to the same challenge • Use open questions as starting points
  5. 5. 5 Step 1: Initial Suggestions - Potential Thematic Areas determined by MB - Ca. 20 formulated as questions - E.g. ‘what kind of innovations can we develop that will reduce needs for hospital visits of osteoporosis patients by 20% by 2025?’ Step 2: Partner Engagement - Development and refinement of potential TAs - Concept ideation around TAs identified January MB meeting March 8th Step 3: SB Presentation - Potential TAs and initial project concepts presented to SB SB Approval - TAs for BP 2017 SB Check Early-mid March Repeat - Additional TAs identified for BP 2018 Autumn 2016 Innovation by Design – Thematisation and Concept Process
  6. 6. 6 Early Intervention / Prevention / Altering Disease Course Trajectories • What assistive technologies and smart home approaches can be developed to improve self-monitoring and prevent comorbidities in the populations with (or at risk of) chronic diseases? • What early lifestyle, preventive and diagnostic solutions can EIT develop to reduce disease risks by 20-50%, reduce mortality by 10% andimprove the healthy living of citizens?
  7. 7. 7 Workplace Intervention & Occupational Health • What can EIT Health do to develop tools and services for employee health and wellbeing which can be used to drive a paradigm shift in the provision of occupational health services? • What workplace health promotion programs can we develop and implement to improve the quality of life of workers and reduce workplace absenteeism by 10%?
  8. 8. 8 Home Care & Care Home • What consumer products and assistive technologies can EIT Health develop that serve both employees and residents of care homes? • What alternative in-home and personalized care settings solutions can EIT Health provide that move healthcare delivery away from hospital/clinic settings and reduce the cost to Healthcare systems by 20%?
  9. 9. 9 Integrated Care for Chronic Disease • What E-health solutions can EIT Health develop to support integrated care of chronic diseases (eg. in Cardiology and Oncology or with patients suffering from Diabetes)? • How can EIT Health support health institutions to analyze existing databases to support the development and validation of integrated care concepts? • What technologies can EIT Health develop in order to improve medical decisions and therapy selection in order to reduce healthcare costs by 20%?
  10. 10. 10 Meeting with Partners March 8th
  11. 11. 11 Important Dates • March 8th • Ideation meeting, Leuven • 2 representatives from each Core partner • 1 representative from each Associate partner • April 14th / 15th • Matchmaking event for IbD projects • Warsaw, Poland
  12. 12. eit.europa.eu EIT Health is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union