Collaborations

 

 

 

 

 

Our journey to create the future of health care can only succeed by partnering with forward-thinking organizations and people who share the same vision. Through strategic collaborations, we look beyond technology to the perspectives of the people we serve, and co-create opportunities to transform the way care is experienced and delivered.

 

Read more about our strategic collaborations with leading healthcare and technology innovators.

 

VA Brain Trust

VA’s Brain Trust

 

Pathways to InnoVAtions, is designed to promote forward-thinking dialogue among industry, national sports organizations, the DoD and other Federal Agencies, innovators, scientists, clinicians -and the Veterans and caregivers they serve.

 

 

 

 

 

 

AgingWell Hub

The AgingWell Hub

 

The AgingWell Hub is a phased collaboration that examines how technology solutions, and the creators of those solutions, including academia, healthcare systems, caregivers, payers and entrepreneurs can together create positive change towards a new aging well.

POLITICO Outside, In

POLITICO Outside, In

 

Outside, In is a series of conversations with innovators aimed at tackling big topics and solving complex problems as they relate to government and the private sector. The conversations are convened by Philips in partnership with POLITICO. Sessions are videotaped and topics have included: Digital Medicine, the future of wearable technology and Big Data.

 

View the series

 

 

Global Social Enterprise Initiative

Global Social Enterprise Initiative

 

The Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, aims to prepare current and future leaders to make responsible management decisions that create both economic and social value. Collaborative projects have led to expert roundtables and downloadable reports on the topic of aging wellness. 

 

 

eHealth

eHealth

 

eHealth Initiative is a non-profit, membership organization that researches, educates and advocates for innovative solutions to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of care through information and technology. This independent organization engages doctors and patients in order to standardize and reform the use of health information technology (HIT) to improve patient care in the United States.

 

 

 

1776

1776

 

1776 is a Washington, D.C. based incubator and seed fund that supports promising startups tackling important challenges in highly regulated industries such as education, health, energy and smart cities. Philips is the 2015-2016 Health Sponsor for the global 1776 Challenge Cup, culminating in the D.C. Challenge Cup Festival in June 2016.

 

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