Microsoft Health Users Group Celebrates Recipients of 2014 Innovation Awards at HIMSS
Open Innovation: Janssen Incubator, Janssen Research, & Development, LLC
Janssen R&D has been awarded the 2014 Microsoft Health Users Group (HUG) Innovation Award for its work on the Autism Learning Engine. This digital tool was discovered and created through an internal entrepreneurial venture operating as part of the Janssen Incubator within Janssen R&D. The HUG awards, now in its seventeenth year, recognizes health organizations and their technology solution partners for using Microsoft devices and services in innovative ways that enhance the quality of patient care, improve clinician productivity and electronic medical record (EMR) optimization, and streamline clinical and business processes.
Photo Caption (From Left to Right): Michael Robinson, VP, Microsoft U.S. Health and Life Sciences; Gahan Pandina, Janssen R&D, Autism Venture Lead; Matthew Boice, Janssen R&D, Autism Venture; and Steve Aylward, General Manager, Microsoft U.S. Health and Life Sciences