Planting Seeds of Innovation
Creating the Future of Health with Foresight and Innovation
Nurses are consumers, providers and designers of emerging health care technologies. The purpose of this conference is to increase awareness, understanding, insight and actions nurses can take to deepen their knowledge, skills, and abilities related to innovation and transformation of health care.
The Planting Seeds of Innovation Conference is presented by the Nursing Collaboratory, a joint project of the University of Minnesota School of Nursing, Fairview Health Services and M Health, and provides nurses with tools and resources they need to bring their innovative ideas to reality. Whether a product, service or process, the conference provides nurses with a blueprint of how to think creatively, identify a target market, develop a value proposition, and test and evaluate an idea.
Srijoy Mahapatra MD MBA
Chief Clinical Innovation Officer
M Health Fairview
As Chief Clinical Innovation Officer, Srijoy leads system innovation efforts to create and advance clinical programs to help patients live longer, healthier lives. Prior to Fairview, he held several roles at Abbott Labs and St. Jude Medical, where he led worldwide clinical trials in cardiology, structural heart, and electrophysiology. Srijoy was an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Virginia as well as Head Team Cardiologist for NCAA student-athletes. He continues to see patients as a consulting cardiologist to the National Basketball Players Association, NFL, and NHL. Srijoy has been involved in several startup companies, holds 11 patents, and has had his work appear in more than 150 publications. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, Master of Business Administration, and certification in artificial intelligence from Massachusetts Institute of Technology as well as a Doctor of Medicine degree from Tufts University. Srijoy completed a Cardiology & Electrophysiology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic and advanced training in complex ablation at Haut Levaque in Bordeaux, France, and INCOR in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
This activity is being designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements; the final hour count is pending. However, the individual nurse is responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.