Tag Archives: TED talks

August 21, 2013

Wednesday

Where does innovation come from? How do we create groundbreaking ideas in sterile processing departments, the operating room, or in ANY situation or context? Find out why Frans Johansson believes “The Medici Effect” is the answer to both of those questions…

And make sure you check back Friday to hear about 5 Midbrook Medical Medici Effects!

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June 26, 2013

Wednesday

TED events have gained fame as a way for experts in every field imaginable to share new ideas with and learn from other innovators around the world.

At TEDx Charleston, Michael Schmidt, Chairman of Microbiology and Immunology at the Medical University of South Carolina, explained what he believes is “The Secret and the Solution” to helping control HAIs (Healthcare-Acquired Infections). Watch here to find out what it is…

A note to those who received our email on this TEDx talk: The number of people admitted to the hospital each year in the United States is 35 million, not 35 billion. 35 million is alarming enough, thank goodness that was only a typo!

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