Innovation barriers in healthcare

A study to identify the innovation barriers in the health area, reveals that professionals are quite aware of the limitations in relation to innovation in the healthcare system. In a scale from 1 to 6 the level perceived of healthcare innovation was of 2.61, it is to say a ‘relatively poor’ level.
The first step of the study has consisted on a consensus panel with 16 experts, from the region of Catalonia, that has allowed to test and improve de model. Next stride is to consensus the strategies to go over difficulties and limitations.

+ [Conclusions] (Cat.) .
Participation in the initial trial still open in +[PINNTS/HealthConsensus] (Cat.)

Current participants in the project:  UPC, CKC, Onsanity.
Other institutions willing to participate are welcome.

To be continued

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