Innovation implies collaboration among business actors and is fundamental in value cocreation networks. A significant context is healthcare, where Translational Medicine (T-MED) aims at decreasing barriers between clinical research and medical treatments. The Translational Medicine is the integration and optimization of inputs in basic research improving the patient care, advancing and speeding up the process of offering new protocols, therapies, and practices. This conceptual contribution analyzes the Service Innovation in Translational Medicine using the paradigms of the Service Science (SS), Complex Service Systems, and Viable Systems Approach (VSA). It aims to increase the comprehension of relationships and complexity reduction processes in Translational Medicine and in Service Innovation in healthcare and improving understanding of the constraints to the innovation supporting Translational Medicine approach, seeking strategic solutions with a holistic view of healthcare networks.
|Titolo:||Service Innovation in Translational Medicine|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1.2 Articolo su libro con ISBN|