WIN partners with health system stakeholders to source innovation, create the evidence for value, and then develops models for scalability to embed innovative technologies, products and models of care into health systems to achieve value for Canadians, and drive economic growth for innovators.
WIN sources innovation, creates the evidence for impact, and develops models for scalability to embed new technologies, products and models of care into health systems to achieve value and drive economic growth.
The World Health Innovation Network (WIN) is based at the Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor, under the leadership of world renowned researcher Dr. Anne Snowdon. WIN brokers partnerships between key stakeholders to source, embed and scale innovations in health systems. WIN develops the evidence of impact and scalability across health systems and disseminates this information to accelerate health system transformation, drive economic growth and improve patient outcomes.
WIN’s mandate is achieved through three lines of business:
Establishing innovation demonstration projects that source, embed and scale innovations in health systems with partners from industry, health systems, government and academia.
Educating the current and future health leaders to design, scope and lead implementation of innovation, identify barriers and opportunities and ultimately scale innovations that transform health systems.
Developing new knowledge and spreading the lessons of innovation with our global networks to achieve sustainable, higher-quality, patient-centred health systems.