The Center for Innovation
At Karolinska University Hospital we work strategically with innovations and partnerships to shape the best possible healthcare for the patients of tomorrow. Welcome to Innovationsplatsen, our Center for Innovation.
Webinar June 17: The perspective of patients and citizens on identifying and addressing unmet needs in healthcare
As stakeholders in healthcare, patients and citizens have unique insights, knowledge and experiences with healthcare services. This webinar will focus on the early involvement of patients and citizens in identifying and addressing unmet needs.
Innovations improving healthcare
We focus on highly specialized care, improving processes and working methods as well as develop new treatments and leading edge technologies.
What changes to focus on?
The Center for Innovation is developing tools to better predict, monitor and compare the impact of various changes.
The aim of our strategic collaboration with industry is to ensure maximum impact of clinical research and innovation into healthcare, driven by value of care.
Lifestyle changes improving care
LIVE INCITE is a EU project aiming to empower patients and support lifestyle changes in order to improve outcomes of surgical procedures.
Telemedicine – care at a distance
Videovisits in outpatient care, tele guidance for surgeons, consultative meetings and multidisciplinary rounds. Telemedicine is one of our focus areas.
The Childhood Cancer Mobile App
The development of The Childhood Cancer Mobile App - a model for innovation work within healthcare.
Improving cancer care together with young patients
Teenagers and young adults with cancer often have different needs than children and senior patients. This effects well being – and survival rates.
Robotics and automation
Can robots and automation help utilize healthcare resources more efficiently and leave staff with more time for patients and other demanding tasks?
Preventing pressure ulcer even before the patient arrives
World leading in early initiation of pressure ulcer prevention – starting even before the patient arrives at the hospital and the Emergency Department.
I-AID - Integrated AI Diagnostics
The I-AID project is a regional mobilization to accelerate the use of AI in healthcare, matching clinical needs with leading AI developers.
Stroke-app – when every second counts
When someone suffers a stroke, every second counts. That’s why we develop a communication tool that allows specialists to exchange patient information quicker.
News from the Center for Innovation
Karolinska is looking for AI innovation partners
Karolinska is looking for both innovation partners and solutions regarding AI decision support tools for automatic detection and classification of solid and semi-solid lung nodules ...
15 April, webinar | The perspective of the industry on identifying and addressing unmet needs in health care
Welcome to the 4th PiPPi webinar, this time focusing on the industry, one of the stakeholder groups in the European Community of Practice evolving around digital healthcare ...
Webinar 18 March | Sharing the digital challenge
Welcome to a webinar where European caregivers share a digital healthcare challenge: Continuous monitoring and engagement of patients along the specialized or highly specialized ...
18 mars, webinar | Why data sharing and collaboration is key to healthcare
Martina Ahlberg describes the EU project PiPPi and invites industry to be part of the development of a European Community of Practice, focusing on joint gathering of unmet digital ...
Invitation to participate in the Patient Citizen Advisory Group for the PiPPi project
Would you like to be part of the Patient Citizen Advisory Group connected to the PiPPi project? The aim is to better address unmet digital healthcare needs by procurement of ...
WEBINAR 18 Feb | Introducing the PiPPi project: Towards a European collaboration to address unmet needs in healthcare
The vision of the PiPPi project is that all stakeholders of healthcare are collaborating in a Community of Practice (CoP) to identify, and prepare addressing, unmet needs in ...
Recordings | Augmented Spine Symposium
Ibrahim Baylan, Swedish Minister of Enterprise and Innovation, stressed the importance of innovation collaborations when opening Karolinska's international online symposium ...
WEBINAR 18 Feb 2021 | Introducing the PiPPi project: Towards a European collaboration to address unmet needs in healthcare
Are you a stakeholder in healthcare with an interest in innovation procurement? Join the PiPPi (Platform for Innovation of Procurement and Procurement of Innovation) webinar ...
WEBINAR 21 January | Procurement for Covid-19: Valuable lessons learned
Welcome to a webinar on #innovation of #procurement, focusing on lessons learned from the enormous challenges that #Covid-19 have posed in the field of healthcare – also for rapid ...
Symposium February 5th 2021: Augmented Spine – Innovation, navigation and advances in spine research
The Augmented Spine symposium at Karolinska University Hospital will focus on recent advances in spinal surgery. Karolinska and Region Stockholm have for many years highlighted the ...
Strategic focus set for the next five years of innovation partnership
Today, Karolinska and Philips chose new focus areas for the upcoming five years of innovation partnership in medical imaging and patient monitoring. Read more about the redefined ...
Mayo-Karolinska2020: Learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic
We have learned a lot during the COVID-19 pandemic. At today's virtual meeting between Mayo Clinic and Karolinska, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci (Director National Institute of Allergy and ...
Mayo-Karolinska 2020: How can we leverage the COVID-19 pandemic for sustained change?
How can we leverage the COVID-19 pandemic for sustained change? Innovative ways of working and new routines were developed in a rapid pace. Today Mayo Clinic and Karolinska shared ...
First 100 employees in Karolinska's Innovation Programs
More than 100 Karolinska employees have now completed one of the three innovation programs offered by the Center for Innovation at the hospital. The purpose is to spread the use of ...
Welcome to a dialogue around AI development for digital pathology
21 January. Karolinska University Hospital invites Industry for dialogue around development and clinical implementation of new AI-tools for Digital Pathology in Colo-Rectal ...
Pioneering new augmented-reality surgical navigation technology for precision surgery
In spine surgery, one of the biggest challenges is to place implants in the vertebrae for the treatment of patients with spinal malformations, fractures, and other back conditions. ...
Innovation collaboration agreement signed for AI-based decision support tool
Karolinska University Hospital and Region Stockholm have signed a contract with the company Combinostics, which will be the partner for the development of an AI-based decision ...
17 October 2019, Bryssel: Cross-border Innovation Procurement in Health (European Commission)
At a workshop on Innovation Procurement in the area of Health, hosted by the European Commission, Martina Ahlberg from the Center for Innovation at Karolinska University Hospital ...
Patient experiences and joy at work for clinical staff in focus | Healthcare Management and Innovation session at Mayo Clinic-Karolinska meeting
Patients, researcher, clinical and administrative staff met to discuss how to leverage patient experiences of care and support hospital employees when doing so, bringing joy to ...
Karolinska University Hospital is procuring innovation of AI decision support tools
The regional project I-AID (Integrated AI Diagnostics) aims to accelerate the development and implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. I-AID should contribute ...
Editor: Erika Nydahl