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20 Citations

Capturing what and why in healthcare innovation
    Benet ReidL. L. DavisLisi Gordon

    Medicine, Business

    BMJ Leader

  • 2023

A framework that captures and simplifies foundational substance within innovation concepts and affords insight and clarity for creating precise meanings, and making critical sense of imprecision, around innovation is offered.

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Closing the cycle of innovation in healthcare in Europe
    F. HulstaertA. RuetherJ. DemotesØ. Melien

    Medicine, Economics

    International Journal of Technology Assessment in…

  • 2020

It would appear reasonable that decision makers should get more involved in priority setting and funding also in the field of clinical research in order to provide further evidence needed for assessments, reassessments, and subsequent qualified decisions and resource allocations in health care.

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On Innovation
    W. Belloso

    Medicine, Business

  • 2020

Early interaction between developers and dedicated multidisciplinary teams at regulatory agencies may prove instrumental for speeding up the time required for proper evaluation and product registration, as well as the establishment of quality validation mechanisms.

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Healthcare Innovation in Greece: The Views of Private Health Entrepreneurs on Implementing Innovative Plans
    Sotiris ApostolopoulosI. MakrisStavros Stravroyiannis

    Business, Medicine

    Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market…

  • 2022

It is shown that healthcare entrepreneurs do not reject the development of innovative projects and that those who have implemented innovative practices have had positive results; however, various obstacles negatively impact the implementation of innovative ideas.

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Assessing Definitions and Incentives Adopted for Innovation for Pharmaceutical Products in Five High-Income Countries: A Systematic Literature Review

The lack of a unified definition of innovation among regulatory authorities and health technology assessment bodies in five countries, and variation in the types of incentives associated with innovation are highlighted.

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Innovation efforts in the supply of health services after the Health Transformation Program in Türkiye
    Gizem ÖzgenÖzge Uysal Şahin

    Medicine, Economics

    JOURNAL OF AWARENESS

  • 2023

This study is aimed to draw a conceptual framework on innovation and health innovation and to explain the innovations in health service supply within the framework of the Health Transformation Program put into practice in 2003.

Innovation in nursing practice and education
    Theodoros ArgyropoulosIoanna Chronopoulou

    Education, Medicine

  • 2021

By proposing and implementing innovations in nursing science, important results are achieved such as modern concepts, new knowledge and skills, scientific recognition of nurses, the formation of a different work culture as well as higher incomes.

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Evidence on Scaling in Health and Social Care: An Umbrella Review.
    Roberta de Carvalho CorôaA. Gogovor F. Légaré

    Medicine

    The Milbank quarterly

  • 2023

This study synthesizes the evidence base on scaling and identifies current knowledge gaps to highlight knowledge gaps around methodology and research infrastructures to facilitate equitable North-South research relationships.

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Innovations for Strengthening Global Midwifery
    J. KempG. MacleanNester T. Moyo

    Medicine

    Global Midwifery: Principles, Policy and Practice

  • 2020

This chapter explains the concepts of responsible innovation in health, frugal innovation and disruptive innovation and provides guidance for midwives who wish to turn their ideas into innovations and makes recommendations for policy and practice.

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Women in Innovation in Endoscopy: Pitfalls and Tips for Success
    E. Rajan

    Medicine, Business

  • 2020

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11 References

Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Systems: A Conceptual Framework
    V. Omachonu

    Business, Computer Science

  • 2010

If the concept of healthcare innovation can be clarified, then it may become easier for health policymakers and practitioners to evaluate, adopt and procure services in ways that realistically recognize, encourage and give priority to truly valuable healthcare innovations.

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Innovation in Healthcare: A Systematic Review of Recent Research
    Hannakaisa LänsisalmiM. KivimäkiP. AaltoRaija Ruoranen

    Medicine, Business

    Nursing science quarterly

  • 2006

Five pathways for future research are recommended: Multilevel approaches studying innovation simultaneously on individual, group, and organizational levels; a combination of quantitative and qualitative data; use of longitudinal designs; application of experimental designs in interventions; and exploration of innovation generation and structural innovations.

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Why innovation in health care is so hard.
    R. Herzlinger

    Medicine, Economics

    Harvard business review

  • 2006

Cataloging the innovation types and identifying the forces that aid or undermine them can reveal insights on how to treat chronic innovation ills- prescriptions that will make any industry healthier.

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Convergent innovation for sustainable economic growth and affordable universal health care: innovating the way we innovate
    L. DubéL. Dubé John J. McDermott

    Economics, Medicine

    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

  • 2014

This paper introduces convergent innovation (CI) as a form of meta‐innovation—an innovation in the way we innovate. CI integrates human and economic development outcomes, through behavioral and

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Diffusion of innovations in service organizations: systematic review and recommendations.
    T. GreenhalghG. RobertF. MacfarlaneP. BateO. Kyriakidou

    Medicine, Business

    The Milbank quarterly

  • 2004

A parsimonious and evidence-based model for considering the diffusion of innovations in health service organizations, clear knowledge gaps where further research should be focused, and a robust and transferable methodology for systematically reviewing health service policy and management are discussed.

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Technology diffusion in hospitals: a log odds random effects regression model.
    J. BlankV. Valdmanis

    Medicine, Business

    The International journal of health planning and…

  • 2015

It appears that if a policy is developed to further diffuse innovations, the external effects of demand and market competition need to be examined, which would de facto lead to an efficient use of technology.

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Networks for Innovation – But What Networks and What Innovation?
    Jens HemphäläM. Magnusson

    Economics, Business

  • 2010

Innovation is a social and interactive process in which collaboration and exchange of knowledge and information play crucial roles. Two conflicting hypotheses have been raised in previous research:

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Innovative newborn health technology for resource‐limited environments
    L. ThairuM. WirthKarsten Lunze

    Medicine, Environmental Science

  • 2013

To review medical devices addressing newborn health in resource‐poor settings, and to identify existing and potential barriers to their actual and efficient use in these settings.

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Technologically Reflective Individuals as Enablers of Social Innovation*
    Fiona SchweitzerChristiane RauO. GassmannEllis A. van den Hende

    Computer Science, Sociology

    The Journal of product innovation management

  • 2015

It is indicated that companies wishing to introduce new technological products with a positive societal impact may profit from involving technologically reflective individuals in the NPD process.

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Towards the implementation of large scale innovations in complex health care systems: views of managers and frontline personnel
    S. WutzkeMurray BentonR. Verma

    Medicine, Business

    BMC Research Notes

  • 2016

Measured responses that acknowledge both the tangible and less tangible aspects of a change process are required for the planning and implementation of large scale, successful and sustainable change initiatives across complex health systems.

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