Innovation sustainability in challenging health-care contexts: embedding clinically led change in routine practice

@inproceedings{Martin2012InnovationSI,
  title={Innovation sustainability in challenging health-care contexts: embedding clinically led change in routine practice},
  author={Graham Paul Martin and Simon Weaver and Graeme Currie and Rachael Finn and Ruth Mcdonald},
  booktitle={Health services management research},
  year={2012}
}
The need for organizational innovation as a means of improving health-care quality and containing costs is widely recognized, but while a growing body of research has improved knowledge of implementation, very little has considered the challenges involved in sustaining change - especially organizational change led 'bottom-up' by frontline clinicians. This study addresses this lacuna, taking a longitudinal, qualitative case-study approach to understanding the paths to sustainability of four… CONTINUE READING
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