Author Archives: Rohan Jain

Labour Initiation: First Steps.

The Labour Progression Tool, or Partograph, Team initiated the Bihar Innovation Lab’s fourth project by organizing one of its flagship collaborative working sessions in Patna on the 1st of April, 2015. The half-day consultation looked to gain insight and expert … Continue reading

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It Isn’t Concepting, It’s Conceptualization.

The PIT – or Patient Identity Tokens – Team discussed and dissected the approach/es it needs to employ going forward. The week has begun with a flurry of activity – we have crisp, glossy, new concept cards; we are using … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Towards Integrated Social Services Delivery

This session will explore the need for convergence and integration of the delivery of health, nutrition, agriculture, sanitation, and financial services. Key questions like: ‘Why and how is this approach better?’, ‘What does this mean for front-line service design and … Continue reading

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An Emerging Health Innovation Ecosystem

Health!Public 2014 kicked-off with the panel on the emerging health innovation ecosystem. Panelists discussed the approaches to health innovation emerging in India, which included innovation spaces within hospitals, hackathons, and Health Innovation Labs among others. The aim of the panel was … Continue reading

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IWG 1: Moving from Cookie Cutter Care to Patient-Tailored Care.

This Innovation Working Group focused on innovating and ideating around the system challenge of cookie cutter care and counselling. It explored the creation of tools and protocols to ease and automate the provision of differential care, even at scale. 

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Crispy Honey Chili Photos.

In June, Namrata, Anusmita, and I travelled to Shanghai to participate in a workshop with our research partner in China. When we weren’t creating hypotheses, we sampled some fascinating food from across the country and beyond. If you think your … Continue reading

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