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Leadership for Innovation in Healthcare: An Exploration.

Although leadership has been studied extensively, most research has focused on the political and military spheres. More recent work has also examined the role of leadership in sectors such as manufacturing and technology, both areas where it is essential to encourage and nurture innovation. Yet, in the health sector, where innovation is now high on the policy agenda in many countries, there is a paucity of research on how leadership can foster a culture of innovation. In this perspective, written for those ...


Research on the impact of environmental regulation on enterprise technology innovation-an empirical analysis based on Chinese provincial panel data.

Under the pressure of environmental degradation and resource depletion, Chinese companies are confronted with the need for transformation and upgrading promoted by technological innovation. However, environmental regulation can help to promote technological innovation. Based on the panel data of China's 30 provincial levels during 2009-2016, firstly, this paper describes the connotation of environmental regulation and measurement intensity of the regulation. Then, the anti-driving effect of environmental re...

Analysis of adoption rates for Needs Driven versus Value Driven innovation water technologies.

This paper analyzes six case studies of new water technology innovations in the last three decades and investigates the differences in timelines for moving through the various stages of water technology commercialization. The concept of two different types of innovation was explored: Crisis/Needs Driven and Value Driven. It was found that the case studies that mapped to the Crisis/Needs Driven innovation moved relatively quickly compared to Value Driven innovations and in most cases involved new entrants. N...


The Future of Health Care: Protocol for Measuring the Potential of Task Automation Grounded in the National Health Service Primary Care System.

Recent advances in technology have reopened an old debate on which sectors will be most affected by automation. This debate is ill served by the current lack of detailed data on the exact capabilities of new machines and how they are influencing work. Although recent debates about the future of jobs have focused on whether they are at risk of automation, our research focuses on a more fine-grained and transparent method to model task automation and specifically focus on the domain of primary health care.

Health innovation in Mexico: important challenges and a long road to walk.

The transfer of technology from health research institutions to businesses that develop new medical treatments has generated great benefits for public health at a global level. Mexico however, is lagging in innovation indicators. There are important cultural, regulatory, and financial barriers that limit innovation in Mexico. However recent years have seen the appearance of several useful initiatives that constitute progress in the right direction. This work provides a brief overview of the current situatio...

Anaerobes and laboratory automation: like oil and water?

Diagnostic laboratories are urged to take advantage of novel technological advancements to provide standardized and high-throughput information for clinicians; however, total laboratory automation (TLA) has only recently been introduced in clinical microbiology in the last 10-12 years. The introduction of total laboratory automation comes with certain advantages and drawbacks that need to be assessed before the introduction of such systems in the diagnostic workflow that includes the detection of anaerobic ...

Projecting the future size of the Lebanese pharmacy workforce: forecasts until the year 2050.

Despite the rigorous regulations governing the pharmacy profession in Lebanon, the increasing numbers of pharmacy graduates seem to be the greatest threat of demise. No forecast is available to assess the long-term projections of pharmacists supply.

In the future, disruptive innovation in radiation oncology technology will be initiated mostly by entrepreneurs.

Radiation oncology is a technology-driven treatment modality in the management of cancer, and has evolved substantially over the past few decades. Particularly in recent years, there has been a boom in the introduction of innovative, and sometimes even almost disruptive, technologies in radiation oncology, such as Cyberknife, Tomotherapy, Proton therapy, and MRI-linac. Entrepreneurs have played an important role in turning ideas into products in many of these technological innovations. Some people, therefor...

Evaluation of gravimetric-based technology-assisted workflow for nonhazardous sterile product preparation.

The impact of a gravimetric-based technology-assisted workflow (TAWF) system on the nonhazardous compounded sterile product (CSP) error capture rate, production times, and pharmacy staff perceptions of compounding methods was evaluated.

Lubny pharmacy as a foundating structure of military farmacy in Ukraine.

Introduction: Military pharmacy has always been a priority, being widely supported by the state with any social order. Field pharmacy development has always been considered a national safety factor. After creation of the numerous military commands and improvement of medical conditions relating to preserving and restoring the military men health, the importance of development of pharmacy as a science has only been increasing. The object of the study in this article is development of Ukrainian pharmacy as ill...

Emerging Technologies for Tissue Engineering: From Gene Editing to Personalized Medicine.

Technological innovation has been integral to the development of tissue engineering over the last 25 years. Future advances will require the next-generation of tissue engineers to embrace emerging technologies. Here, we discuss four key areas of opportunity in which technology can play a role: biological manipulation, advanced characterization, process automation and personalized medicine. This encompasses key developments in transdifferentiation, gene editing, spatially-resolved -omics and 3D bioprinting. ...

Conceptualising Surgical Innovation: An Eliminativist Proposal.

Improving surgical interventions is key to improving outcomes. Ensuring the safe and transparent translation of such improvements is essential. Evaluation and governance initiatives, including the IDEAL framework and the Macquarie Surgical Innovation Identification Tool have begun to address this. Yet without a definition of innovation that allows non-surgeons to identify when it is occurring, these initiatives are of limited value. A definition seems elusive, so we undertook a conceptual study of surgical ...

A pharmacy-based referral program to assist low-income Medicare beneficiaries.

The Certified Aging Resource Educated Specialist (C.A.R.E.S.) Program was developed to increase pharmacist awareness of available programs for Medicare patients with limited income and to integrate an efficient referral process into the pharmacy workflow. The objective is to describe the program in terms of pharmacy personnel satisfaction, pharmacy personnel knowledge, and network outcomes including enrollment and referrals.

Concepts in U.S. Food and Drug Administration Regulation of Artificial Intelligence for Medical Imaging.

Although extensive attention has been focused on the enormous potential of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, a major question remains: how should this fundamentally new technology be regulated? The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the pathways developed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to regulate the incorporation of AI in medical imaging. AI is the new wave of innovation in health care. The technology holds promising applications to revolutionize all aspects of medicine...

Definition of professionalism and tools for assessing professionalism in pharmacy practice: a systemic review.

In contemporary pharmacy, the role of pharmacists has become more multifaceted as they now handle a wider range of tasks and take more responsibility for care provision for patients than 20 years ago. Such an evolution in the pharmacist's responsibilities is accompanied by the need for pharmacists to display high-quality patient-centred care and counselling, and to demonstrate professionalism, which now needs to be taught and assessed are part of pharmacy education and practice. This workaimed at identifyin...

Extending Three Existing Models to Analysis of Trust in Automation: Signal Detection, Statistical Parameter Estimation, and Model-Based Control.

The objective is to propose three quantitative models of trust in automation.

Effect of pharmacy-led medication reconciliation in emergency departments: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Medication reconciliation is recommended to be performed at every transition of medical care to prevent medication errors or adverse drug events. This study investigated the impact of pharmacy-led medication reconciliation on medication discrepancies and potential adverse drug events in the ED to assess the benefits of pharmacy services.

Expanding the role of pharmacy technicians to facilitate a proactive pharmacist practice.

This study describes a change in pharmacy practice to expand pharmacy technician roles to allow dispensing without a pharmacist check, thereby enhancing the pharmacist role in direct patient care.

Recommended quality measures for health-system pharmacy: 2019 update from the Pharmacy Accountability Measures Work Group.

Pharmacists are accountable for medication-related services provided to patients. As payment models transition from reimbursement for volume to reimbursement for value, pharmacy departments must demonstrate improvements in patient care outcomes and quality measure performance. The transition begins with an awareness of quality measures for which pharmacists and pharmacy personnel can demonstrate accountability across the continuum of care. The objective of the Pharmacy Accountability Measures (PAM) Work Gro...

A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Electronic Prescribing Incidents Reported by Community Pharmacists.

 Electronic prescribing (e-prescribing) technology was introduced as an alternative to handwritten prescriptions allowing health care professionals to send prescriptions directly to pharmacies. While the technology has many advantages, such as improving pharmacy workflow and reducing medication errors, some limitations have been realized.

Digital innovation evaluation: user perceptions of innovation readiness, digital confidence, innovation adoption, user experience and behaviour change.

Innovation spread is a key policy objective for health systems world-wide, but adoption success varies enormously. We have developed a set of short generic user-reported measures to help understand how and why healthcare innovations spread. This work builds on the literature and on practical experience in developing and using patient-reported outcome measures.

Pharmacy Provision of Medication Abortion in Nepal: Pharmacy Owner and Worker Perspectives.

Medication abortion has the potential to transform the provision of safe abortion care in low- and middle-income countries, and can be provided with minimal clinical skills and equipment. In Nepal, first-trimester abortion using mifepristone and misoprostol is legally available at government-certified health facilities, but little is known about pharmacy workers' perspectives regarding pharmacy-based provision.

Standardizing Automated DNA Assembly: Best Practices, Metrics, and Protocols Using Robots.

The advancement of synthetic biology requires the ability to create new DNA sequences to produce unique behaviors in biological systems. Automation is increasingly employed to carry out well-established assembly methods of DNA fragments in a multiplexed, high-throughput fashion, allowing many different configurations to be tested simultaneously. However, metrics are required to determine when automation is warranted based on factors such as assembly methodology, protocol details, and number of samples. The ...

Determinants of renewable energy technological innovation in China under CO emissions constraint.

Renewable energy is not only an efficient way to ensure energy independence and security but also supports the transition to a low carbon economy and society. The progress of renewable energy technological innovation is an important factor that influences the development of renewable energy. An in-depth analysis of the driving factors that influence this progress is crucial to China's energy transition. Based on Chinese provincial data over 2000-2015 and panel data models, this paper regards the CO emission...

Innovation stages, knowledge spillover, and green economy development: moderating role of absorptive capacity and environmental regulation.

In the past 20 years, the green economy has increasingly attracted the attention of governments and policy makers. However, most studies have only focused on the relationship between the green economy and innovation, and little attention has been given to the relationship between the different innovation stages and the green economy. This study draws on eco-innovation and institutional theories and proposes a model to empirically investigate the effects between the different innovation stages and green eco...


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