The challenge of our time is to simultaneously improve health and care equity, improve population health, reduce cost of care, enhance the patient experience, and improve provider satisfaction.
When it comes to innovation, what and how you measure matters. Metrics must be tailored to the goals of innovation and dependent on the type of efforts put forward. After all, innovation can spread, run as expected, diminish in scope, or even stop, and innovation can demonstrate higher than expected value, value as expected, or lower than expected value. As part of the innovation-decision cycle, stakeholders continuously judge the credibility of evidence.
We apply in-depth and comprehensive competencies in theory and research methods to help thrive your innovation and achieve improvements for individuals, organisations, networks, and systems in different contexts.