This article explores ways in which technological innovation can be bolstered in organizations that operate in the health technology industry. We present seven interventions at the team level (employee empowerment, servant leadership, hiring innovators, and scheduling time for innovation) and organizational level (intrapreneurship, flat management, and allowing for failure) that organizations can use to encourage and inspire innovation among employees. Given the increasingly dynamic nature of work within the health technology fields, in terms of both manufacturing processes and clinical developments, creating a culture of innovation and creativity and emboldening employees to regularly engage in such behaviors within these workplaces are critical.

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