Escape Table: implementing an innovation within a healthcare institution

Will you be a real implementation-champion with your team?

Implementing your innovation in a healthcare institution might be a challenge. How can this be done successfully?

Discover the 8 do’s of implementation in a healthcare institution during an exciting game, the Escape Table. Together with your team you will play this interactive game. Communication, collaboration and curiosity are of great importance to discover clues, solve puzzles, and accomplish tasks.

Hack the secret code within an hour to be an implementation champion!


“Informative, great fun, exiting and great teamwork”. A selection of the reactions of the enthusiastic participants.

Practical information

  • Suitable for: Teams that are about to implement an innovation. People with a passion for renewal and innovation in healthcare. Entrepreneurs willing to implement their innovation within a healthcare institution. 
  • To play with: 10 people per table, maximum of 4 tables at the same time (= 40 people).
  • Difficulty level: Challenging but it can be done for sure.
  • Duration: appr. 1,5 hours.
  • Location: at any desired location.
  • Requirements: a room with a maximum of 4 tables and 40 chairs.
  • Language: Dutch and English.

Experience the Escape Table

...and become a real implementation-champion with your team

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Guidance by: Kim Peters

It is her passion helping healthcare institutions realizing renewal and using (healthcare) technology, to make sure that care for clients will stay accessible and safe and staff members keep the space to do their jobs properly.

After her own experience as a patient, mother of a new-born baby who needed care and as wife of a husband desperately needing care it became her life’s work to improve people’s health by renewing.

She gained experience as Head of Innovation at a large hospital and as CEO of a cooperation that accelerates innovations in healthcare. With Healthnovum she developed several tools for healthcare professionals to start renewing healthcare themselves.

Kim Peters