Networked innovation in health care: a literature review and research agenda on the interplay of inner and outer contexts of innovation

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Abstract

In Chapter 10, La Rocca presents a systematic literature review on healthcare innovation, focusing on an examination of the extent to which this research has acknowledged the networked nature of innovation and the inter-relatedness of intra- and inter-organizational innovation processes. The review of the literature shows that research on innovation in healthcare has largely explored the process of translating innovation into local contexts but is also increasingly turning attention to how innovation is spread across organizations. Drawing on the literature review, the author concludes that the understanding of how the interplay of innovation processes at the local level and those outside the organizational boundaries impact the innovation journey in healthcare remains limited. A research agenda on networked innovation in healthcare is outlined.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationControversies in health care innovations. Service, Technology and Organization.
Pages247-278
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Outer Context, Innovation Journey, Networked Innovation, Processes, Healthcare Innovation, Intra-organizational Context

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