Fragmentation has always been a complex challenge for healthcare systems around the world leading to a lack of continuity of care.
Now more than ever, we need to evolve and Latin America is at the right moments, with a healthcare coverage of almost 100% of the population and an up and coming innovation ecosystem capable of leading the transformation.
Open Innovation Challenge
The 2030 Health Movement created the call where entrepreneurs from the region applied their knowledge to solve the following challenges
How could we help patients and caregivers to navigate the experience, understanding it, simplifying procedures and finding financial support alternatives, increasing the chances that they will have greater continuity in the care and treatment of their illness?
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Colombia's Open Innovation Process
Colombia's open innovation challenge follow the timeline outlined below.
Application process open to the public
Development and evaluation of the solution together with partners
Validation of the solution, iteration and planning of the pilot
Out of gallery
Develop your idea
Receive expertise and mentorship
Expand your networking
View our research documents
Patient Journey Maps
The Colombia challenge focuses on two critical diseases - breast cancer and multiple sclerosis. We have created patient journey maps from pre-diagnosis through treatment to co-existing with the disease.
Colombia Innovation Challenges
Read more about each of the three innovation challenges on our public miro board. You can choose any of these three to solve for when applying for the open innovation challenge.
Care Continuity Research Report
Download our full research report on the state of care continuity in Colombia. There are 8 key areas of opportunity related to critical painpoints in the patient journey, and are ripe for systemic innovation.