INFOGRAPHIC: Evolving health systems and value through an ecosystem perspective [R]
This infographic displays the Umio health ecosystem frame and its transformational potential on a single page. The thick white line indicates the evolution of health systems over time. The shaded areas indicate the depth and reach of an ecosystem value perspective when enacting the listed jobs-to-be-done. The central model of health drives transformation to create / realise ecosystem value.
Umio Services Brochure 2019 [R]
At Umio, we bring a universal systemic design framework and approach for creating value in health, social, care and related ecosystems. Whether you're looking to research and discover new opportunities, accelerate or refine existing programmes, formulate ecosystem strategy or design novel technologies and services, we can help you advance your and your ecosystem value .. sustainably. Download our revised 2019 services brochure.
From Exchange to Ecosystem: The Evolution of Value [R]
Check out our new "poster" that describes the evolution of value from an economic "exchange" to an ecosystem perspective. It details four varieties of value: exchange, use, co-created and ecosystem. To grab your copy, please register or log-in.
From Exchange to Ecosystem - Reimagining Value in Health and Care [R]
What is health ecosystem value? Download this document by Umio CEO Chris Lawer to discover a new perspective for advancing value in health and care, for an exploration of novel value-creation possibilities, and to gain new insight in to how to realise and continuously nurture value contextually, sustainably … and ecosystemically.
Advancing Patient Safety in Acute and Home Environments: Exploring the Problem and Framing Alternatives
In early 2018, we conducted research into patient deterioration practices in the acute hospital environment, and in the early days following patient discharge when at home. In this document, we summarise the primary findings and describe clear opportunities to shift the emphasis in patient deterioration away from alarms and rapid response and instead, onto monitoring of changing patient states, the generation of ongoing status indications and the detection of emergent signs and signals of risk.
What is a health and care ecosystem? Definition and examples
A health and care ecosystem is a loosely bounded, open system of actors (organisations, individuals) who co-create value with and for a beneficiary actor group (patients, population, persons with health needs) for a defined purpose. This one-pager provides examples of ecosystems we have framed, explored, modelled and co-created value.
Making Design Thinking Work in Complex Health and Social Ecosystems
This paper summarises how we add greater system, focus, and evidence to early-stage health innovation whilst also extending the scope, creativity, value and fitness (to stakeholders) of new value propositions, market strategy, technologies, products, and services.
Defining Opportunity and Co-Creating Concepts for DFU Infection Diagnostics
This case-study explains how we enabled ITI Scotland to establish a complete picture of how diabetic foot care practitioners wish to improve their capabilities to achieve target patient and health outcomes, given current and emergent resources, pathways, stakeholders and modes of practice.
Diabetic Foot Ulcer Ecosystem: Umio Case-Study
This case-study describes how we applied our Health Value Design framework to identify, map and frame multiple value-creation possibilities with the complex, rapidly evolving ecosystem of diabetic foot ulcer care. It defines the questions we used to frame the enquiry, summarises the approach, describes the concepts and lists the outputs we achieved. Also, it summarises the applications and impact of our work. Please register or log-in to download your copy,
Eight Styles of Customer Value Co-Creation
Whilst the basic principles and logic of co-creation are widely understood, little attempt has been made to identify and distinguish the different styles of value co-creation that companies can deploy. In this article, we make an attempt to address this shortcoming by defining eight styles of customer value co-creation along with a few examples of companies practising each.