Modeling the use of innovations in private treatment organizations: the role of absorptive capacity.

@article{Knudsen2004ModelingTU,
  title={Modeling the use of innovations in private treatment organizations: the role of absorptive capacity.},
  author={Hannah K Knudsen and Paul Roman},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  year={2004},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={353-61}
}
Few studies have identified the organizational characteristics that are associated with the transfer of research-based treatment techniques into practice. One potentially fruitful concept is absorptive capacity, referring to an organization's ability to seek and utilize information, which may be positively associated with the use of innovative treatment techniques. This paper examines the associations between an additive measure of innovation use and three measures of absorptive capacity… CONTINUE READING

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