What are the Challenges of Delivering Healthcare to Underserved Patient Groups?

Learn about CHI's upcoming symposium to make breakthroughs in healthcare diversity


What New & Innovative Partnerships Can Impact Health Outcomes?

Read our white paper on how the biopharmaceutical industry and accountable care organizations can collaborate to provide better coordinated care


What Role do Patients & Thier Families Play in Healthcare Innovation?

Explore our research on how patients & their families can be healthcare innovators


Why is Diversity in Clinical Trials Important?

Learn about CHI's educational symposium to make clinical trials & healthcare more diverse


What's the Relationship Between the Value & Cost of a Drug as Related to Treatment of a Disease?

Read our research exploring the relationship between drug costs and value


How Does Patient Engagement Drive Healthcare Value?

Learn more about our healthcare executive roundtable


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The Center for Healthcare Innovation is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) research and educational institute that helps patients and providers increase their knowledge and understanding of the opportunities and challenges of maximizing healthcare value to improve health and quality of life. We aim to make the world a healthier place.







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How Does Patient Engagement Drive Value?

The 21st-century healthcare landscape is characterized by a consumer-driven, patient-centric model of care delivery, with patients, their caregivers, and advocacy groups playing a vital role in today’s healthcare ecosystem. Patients and their families are taking an active role in their healthcare and proactively interacting with providers and other healthcare stakeholders ...
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The Economist Explores: Why Has Cancer Not Been Cured?

In a recent article by The Economist, a simple question was asked: Why has cancer not been cured? Despite a forty year war against the disease, that questions has no simple answer. Research has taught us that more than a mutation of genes, cancer is a disease of specific organs ...
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The Economist’s Healthcare Forum: War on Cancer

While advances in cancer treatment have come a long way, cancer remains among the leading causes of death worldwide. Though the promise of technology allowing for faster, more precise treatment and more collaborative health care models is inching us closer to victory, scaling the progress made thus far remains a ...
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Improving Healthcare Transparency to Build Trust and Engagement

Throughout the healthcare industry, there is a growing demand for greater transparency. Today’s healthcare consumer is savvy and well-researched, so the days when a doctor, hospital, or pharmacy could dictate medication recommendations and treatment methods and expect a patient to blindly follow advice are mostly over. Patients also have a ...
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“CHI’s Patient-Focused Roundtable featured an outstanding cross-sectional representation of healthcare experts which provided the basis for a stimulating discussion on the meaning of patient-centricity and value from diverse perspectives” – Dr. Greg Gilmet, MD, MPH, Vice President Medical and Scientific Affairs, Upsher-Smith Laboratories


 2015 Impact Report 

Learn about how we encourage and enable meaningful and executable innovation that aims to address existing and ensuing healthcare dynamics through communication, education, training, symposia, reports, and research.