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  • Kari J. Kværner, Director of Innovation 2011 The Clinic of Innovation The Clinic of Innovation at Oslo University Hospital
  • The Clinic of Innovation Oslo University Hospital
    • 22.000 employees
    • 2.500 hospital beds
    • Health population of 2.5 million
    • Budget: $3.2 Bn ($163m research)
    • 1 million patient consultations yearly
    • Covering all areas - from highly specialized to general medicine
    • 1500 scientific publications yearly
    • 150 PhD yearly
  • The Clinic of Innovation
    • Oslo University Hospital is the core hospital, known to share knowledge
    • It is known, in collaboration with the university, to be the most attractrative educational institution for health care workers
    • Well known developmental laboratory for research, education and innovation
    • Scandinavias leading research hospital
      • Leading in Europe within three defined research areas
      • Oslo University Hospital develops new reserach areas based on societal needs
    • Oslo University Hospital is known to be one of the most innovative hospitals of Europe
    Research aims ” Where ideas are realized” View slide
  • I had a dream…
    • As a practicing doctor I experienced the needs for improvements – but found no place to share innovative ideas
    • Clinic of Innovation launced in 2007
    • Nordic expansion in 2008 - idea sharing and user driven innovation (KASK Innovation)
    • Need for innovation communication tool
    • Open innovation partnership with Induct in 2009
    The Clinic of Innovation A dream? View slide
  • The Clinic of Innovation A new standard in hospital bed covers: 2009: Nurse Astrid Skreosen and her idea on moisture-absorbing sheets in obstetrics. 2011: ASAP Norway AS is her company that is working to develop the next generation of bed covers for use in the health care sector. The Clinic of Innovation : The Clinic of Innovation at Oslo University Hospital offers treatment of ideas! Now the hospital has put focus on developing ideas to processes and services. Sharing knowledge: Training of personnel in nursing homes prevents hospitalization of patients for pain treatments and fluid intakes.
  • The Clinic of Innovation KASK Innovation Induct Software
    • KASK Innovation is an EU Interreg IVA-projekt.
    • The extended arm of Clinic of Innovation into Scandinavia – and further into Europe?
    • Contribute to process improvements through common communication platform – HOSPITALS OF THE FUTURE
    • The project focusing on user- and employeedriven innvation
    • Introducing software platform to optimize cinnovation management based on dialog and involvement by Oslo University Hospital and KASK
    • Our intention is to grasp new ideas and improvement suggestions to increase and stimulate the innovation potential at Oslo University Hosptial. Induct Software AS.
    KASK Innovation
  • The Clinic of Innovation Oslo University Hospital HF is owned by the Norwegian Health Region South-east and consists of the previous Aker University Hospital , Rikshospitalet University Hospital , and Ullevål University Hospital. The enterprise delivers specialist health services and also covers the whole country, the health region, or Oslo in various disciplines. Oslo University Hospital HF is the largest University Hospital in Norway and is responsible for a large fraction of the medical research in Norway.