“Innovation agenda” - Innovation Cell research tries to help communicate the “innovation agenda” to citizens.

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“Innovation agenda” - Innovation Cell research tries to help communicate the “innovation agenda” to citizens.

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In a time of increasing fiscal constraint in health care, politicians emphasize “innovation,” yet they seldom define the concept for Canadians. Health care innovation can refer to breakthrough processes (emergency room flow), products (electronic health records), strategies (hospital bulk purchasing) or management (collaborative care models). All innovations serve the state’s interests in securing improved health and greater return on investment. How can governments improve how they communicate to Canadians why innovation matters? The authors’ analysis shows that governments need to better demonstrate the future financial benefit from such investments. They also need to show how investments in innovation benefit individuals.

Start date 2009/05/01





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