Market Primer: Social Innovations for Health
Introduction & Table of Contents
Introducing a New Series on addressing the SDOH
We’re pleased to launch a new series dedicated to the emerging policy and business issues shaping the social innovation landscape in health.
Our goals are to identify and explore key topics and trends, establish a common vocabulary for discussion, and build a framework for action through key case studies and examples.
Each week we’ll publish a new piece and add a link to it in the below Table of Contents (you can click here to subscribe to new entries as they’re released.)
Table of Contents
Frequently Asked Questions
Note: We’ll keep this list updated — please leave a note for us in the comments, or reach out using the e-mail address below.
Where does this Research come from?
Patchwise Labs has been leading dedicated market research efforts in the social innovation for health space since early 2017. The majority of the research for this series came from the development of our 2018 Social Innovation Technology Buyer’s Guide report. We place a strong emphasis on both primary research with leading experts in the field, as well as extensive literature review of policy and business topics. We’d be glad to share more or answer any specific questions.
Is this sponsored or otherwise commercially supported?
No. Patchwise Labs self-funded this research in the interest of maintaining a neutral, vendor and organization-agnostic overview of this important space. Our goals for this market primer series are not to endorse any particular product or service, but rather to provide the market with a neutral, third party analysis of what’s going on out there.
That being said, beyond our thought leadership work, we do engage with companies to underwrite our research and sustain our operations. You can learn more about such engagements on our website.
We have an Idea or Topic we’d love for you to cover!
Fantastic! Please contact us and/or leave a comment here. We can’t promise dedicated coverage or customized analysis, but we are eager to hear from you, learn about your interests, and where possible and pertinent, incorporate your questions into our ongoing research agenda.