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Huge Potential Returns for Healthcare Innovators
Date:6/30/2009

LONDON, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Health systems should have bigger incentives and rewards for innovators - according to a panel of European healthcare experts.

Healthcare systems are large, complex and slow to respond to innovation from outside. But effective innovation in healthcare is not impossible - new ideas and approaches have shown that organisational and structural change can deliver clear benefits to consumers of healthcare and those who work in the system.

Drawing on a new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by Philips, this video webcast features a panel of experts, including successful innovators who discuss some of the biggest barriers to change, and how they can be overcome.

The presentation Doctor Innovation: Shaking up the health system can be viewed at http://w3.cantos.com/09/emst005-905-5lbh9/index_archive_page.php.

If you would like to contact us, please email enquiries@cantos.com or phone +44-207-936-1333.


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