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Case studies on health system procurement available as education tools

A series of case studies released last week by the World Health Innovation Network (WIN) provide real-world evidence of the impact of procurement practices to inform policy and build capacity for adoption in health systems.

The research, under the title “Procurement and Innovation Adoption in Health Systems,” can be used by organizations considering, or involved with, innovation adoption, evaluation, and scalability in health systems, says WIN chair Anne Snowdon.

“These case studies provide an overview of the barriers and enablers of innovation adoption, the opportunities to strengthen innovation adoption processes for vendors, innovators, industry, government, and health system leaders,” she says. “In particular, the cases will describe the processes of introducing innovation into health systems and, where relevant, the impact of existing procurement processes on innovation adoption in healthcare organizations.”

Find the case studies on the WIN website.