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Diffusion Of Innovations Theory, Principles, And Practice.

Aspects of the research and practice paradigm known as the diffusion of innovations are applicable to the complex context of health care, for both explanatory and interventionist purposes. This article answers the question, "What is diffusion?" by identifying the parameters of diffusion processes: what they are, how they operate, and why worthy innovations in health care do not spread more rapidly. We clarify how the diffusion of innovations is related to processes of dissemination and implementation, susta...


Forecasting success via early adoptions analysis: A data-driven study.

Innovations are continuously launched over markets, such as new products over the retail market or new artists over the music scene. Some innovations become a success; others don't. Forecasting which innovations will succeed at the beginning of their lifecycle is hard. In this paper, we provide a data-driven, large-scale account of the existence of a special niche among early adopters, individuals that consistently tend to adopt successful innovations before they reach success: we will call them Hit-Savvy. ...

A Practice Innovations Decision Model.

The purpose of this commentary is to propose a flexible practice innovations decision model (PIDM) for use in health services planning and management.


Innovations in energy expenditure assessment.

Optimal nutritional therapy has been associated with better clinical outcomes and requires providing energy as closed as possible to measured energy expenditure. We reviewed the current innovations in energy expenditure assessment in humans, focusing on indirect calorimetry and other new alternative methods.

The introduction of innovations in neurovascular care: Patient selection and randomized allocation.

Most neurovascular innovations have been introduced by using case series followed by observational studies. A better approach would be a pragmatic randomized trial. Two important aspects of trial design, patient selection and randomized allocation, remain poorly understood. We discuss the role trial methodology can play in the protection of patients being offered innovative treatments.

Innovations in CRISPR technology.

CRISPR-Cas9 is a versatile tool for genome engineering that has revolutionized biotechnology and is poised to impact medicine. Recent advances in the identification of unique CRISPR systems, as well as the re-engineering of the Cas9 protein for expanded function, has enabled the diversification of the CRISPR genome engineering toolbox. In this review, we highlight these innovations and discuss how advances in CRISPR technology can lead to breakthroughs in the field of gene therapy.

Diffusion Of Innovation.

Health care providers are in the midst of a massive effort to diffuse innovative approaches to patient care. While most innovations fail, a few diffuse successfully and are sustained. This month's DataGraphic describes the spread or outcomes of four important health care delivery innovations adopted by hospitals or primary care clinicians: hospital palliative care, electronic consults for preoperative anesthesiology assessment, Medicare's free annual wellness visit, and a primary care improvement network.

MIRC.

Mainstreaming implementation science into immunization systems in the decade of vaccines: a programmatic imperative for the African Region.

Several innovations that can improve immunization systems already exist. Some interventions target service consumers within communities to raise awareness, build trust, improve understanding, remind caregivers, reward service users, and improve communication. Other interventions target health facilities to improve access and quality of vaccination services among others. Despite available empirical evidence, there is a delay in translating innovations into routine practice by immunization programmes. Drawing...

Road Map For Diffusion Of Innovation In Health Care.

New scientific knowledge and innovation are often slow to disseminate. In other cases, providers rush into adopting what appears to be a clinically relevant innovation, based on a single clinical trial. In reality, adopting innovations without appropriate translation and repeated testing of practical application is problematic. In this article we provide examples of clinical innovations (for example, tight glucose control in critically ill patients) that were adopted inappropriately and that caused what we ...

Schedule-at-a-Glance.

Message From the President.

Index: Authors of Abstracts.

Scientific Poster Presentations.

Index: Authors of Abstracts.

Message From the MIRC President.

ISMICS Membership Application.

Pathways to Innovation in Cardiothoracic Surgery.

Surgical innovations: the bionic eye implant.

Current status and innovations in reconstructive shoulder surgery.

Innovations to Make Our Journal Better and More Child- and Family-Centered.

Message From the President of the Eastern Cardiothoracic Surgical Society.

Malaria innovations: pursuing value in an evolving market.

Data-Driven Diffusion Of Innovations: Successes And Challenges In 3 Large-Scale Innovative Delivery Models.

Failed diffusion of innovations may be linked to an inability to use and apply data, information, and knowledge to change perceptions of current practice and motivate change. Using qualitative and quantitative data from three large-scale health care delivery innovations-accountable care organizations, advanced primary care practice, and EvidenceNOW-we assessed where data-driven innovation is occurring and where challenges lie. We found that implementation of some technological components of innovation (for ...

Impact of Tax Innovations on Families With Young Children.


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