New eMed research report: C3N, a collaborative chronic care network
A collaborative chronic care network based at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center links entrepreneurs with doctors, patients, families, researchers, and other stakeholders. C3N, funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, is meant to improve health outcomes for large populations, accelerate the pace of learning, and increase the speed of innovation – all while reducing healthcare costs.
A new eMed research report, C3N: Advancing Entrepreneurs' Ideas Through Clinical Connections, takes a deep dive into the organization, a perfect example of how major research institutions are incorporating innovative thinking. Their approach is instructive for entrepreneurs looking for ways to better work with organizations that can validate and improve a startup company's product.