PINNOS is the Panorama of the Health Innovation Ecosystem in Colombia. It arises as a strategy of the Institute of Prospective and Innovation in Health – INNOS, to recognize, understand and make visible the most outstanding innovations with an impact on the sector that are generated by the actors of the Ecosystem.
With the purpose of obtaining a more complete vision of the health innovation ecosystem, collecting more information from the actors in different regions of our country, understanding the maturity of the solutions presented by organizations on health innovation issues, PINNOS is proposed in its 2023 version as a tool for the design of Mission-oriented Health Innovation Policies and strategies (PISOMs).
The analysis of the results derived from the survey will allow us to know the current state of management of the organization, the initiatives developed and the health innovation ecosystem.
The synergy between actors:
Promotes synergy between actors that
Through innovation they contribute to the
solution to health challenges
Health innovation calls for the participation of a multiplicity of actors, who interact in a dynamic and open ecosystem. At the center, the human being (healthy citizen/patient) and health, as the purpose and ultimate goal of health innovation and its innovation ecosystem.
In general, the Health Innovation Ecosystem includes agents from health systems, CTeI, industry, higher education, the public sector and civil society. Interactions are generated around the needs and opportunities of the citizen and health that allow building capabilities, generating solutions, developing them, evaluating them and putting them to use to positively impact health, the health system or the health industry.
Who can participate?
You can apply if you have developed or improved an innovative solution, policy, practice or service that contributes to:
Facilitar la financiación y crecimiento de emprendimientos y empresas del sector
of Benefit Plans in
health services (IPS)
organization or community
Research and Development
- Technical Institutions
- Among others
Health Promoters (EPS)
and auxiliary health
on innovation and
Government or Regulatory
An initiative of:
With support from: