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Read our latest articles on innovation management and innovation in a wide range of industries.

Posted by: Michael PUTZ

Elon Musk and the future of the brain-machine interface

Elon Musk has had a lot to offer over the past 25 years, including an early online bank, solar roof tiles, a tunnelling machine, an electric car, a reusable rocket, and even an electric car shot into space with a rocket. The entrepreneur recently caused another sensation in San Francisco with the launch of his Neuralink brain-machine interface. You can read what this innovative technolog...

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Posted by: Franz Emprechtinger

Can Servitization heal the sick hospitals?

  Hospitals also have to struggle with a shortage of skilled workers, rarely make a profit and have to master digitalisation through innovations in order to remain fit for the future. Many see closer cooperation with medical technology companies as a possible way out of this dilemma. They are trying to bind hospitals to themselves through servitization. According to a regular survey cond...

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Posted by: Julian Eberling

Why the glass patient in Austria is fragile

  ELGA promises to provide doctors, hospitals and other health service providers with exactly the individual patient data they need at the touch of a button. This saves effort, improves treatment and can sometimes save lives - at least in theory. In practice, ELGA has so far proven to be a cumbersome tool that also carries one or two serious risks. Health data captured by cyberattacks, w...

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Posted by: Elena KRAFFT

Why lack of time and cost pressure in health care can become expensive

  A general practitioner in Austria can take just 5 minutes for a patient on average. The reason for this is the lack of doctors and cost pressure. In this blog post you can read why the focus on efficiency in health care not only reduces the quality of medical care, but can ultimately become expensive for society as a whole. In order to treat a disease successfully, it is necessary to k...

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