New Tool Tackles Major Barrier to Health Innovation Adoption in Ontario

New Tool Tackles Major Barrier to Health Innovation Adoption in Ontario

Posted Sep 7, 2021 from
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In a 2016 survey across CAHO members, Ontario’s 23 academic research hospitals, 76 per cent of respondents identified policies, directives and procurement rules as major hurdles to innovation adoption within their organizations. Aiming to address this challenge, CAHO convened a small panel of experts to develop a quick reference guide with the goal of dispelling myths and identifying what’s really possible when it comes to procurement in Ontario.

“Health care organizations are risk averse by nature, and this also permeates approaches to procurement,” says Sarah Friesen, President of Friesen Concepts and procurement expert on The Art of the Possible development panel. “By debunking some of the more prevalent myths, this guide will increase confidence in exploring innovation procurement opportunities that can improve patient outcomes and deliver value for money.”

 

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