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الانتشار العالمي للابتكار في الرعاية الصحية: تسريع رحلة الابتكار
2015

الانتشار العالمي للابتكار في الرعاية الصحية: تسريع رحلة الابتكار

Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, PC, KBE, FRS Greg Parston, PhD and Julie McQueen

يسعى هذا التقرير إلى جمع “المعرفة” في عملية تسهيل نماذج صحية أكثر فعالية في مجتمعاتهم من خلال ضمان مشاركة أصحاب المصلحة المؤثرين الذين يعملون بلا كلل على تحسين أنظمتهم الصحية

ملخص تنفيذي

Policymakers and healthcare leaders around the world are wrestling with the problem of how to accelerate the take-up of new healthcare innovations. Although a great deal of research has been done on the topic of innovation diffusion, there is still insufficient understanding of how organizations can exploit innovation attributes, address the barriers, effectively plan adoption, and manage necessary organizational change.

This latest research – part of the ongoing GDHI study – seeks to deepen our understanding of the factors that can facilitate more systematic and rapid uptake of new policies, products and practices to improve patient or community health outcomes, accessibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of care delivery. It aims to build on the initial learning about the GDHI framework that identified three levels of influence on the pace and spread of the diffusion of healthcare innovation: healthcare systems’ characteristics; institutional enablers of innovation; and frontline behaviors. We hope to better understand how health systems can harness the enablers and foster the frontline behaviors identified in our earlier work, to more rapidly diffuse healthcare innovations and drive transformational system change.

Using a case study approach, we investigated eight successful examples of rapid innovation diffusion. We wanted to gain the perspective of policymakers, health system leaders, clinicians and other professionals inside health systems that have effectively managed the adoption and diffusion process for a specific innovation and to learn from their good practices.