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01.12.2018 | Review | Ausgabe 1/2018 Open Access

Health Research Policy and Systems 1/2018

Introducing responsible innovation in health: a policy-oriented framework

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Health Research Policy and Systems > Ausgabe 1/2018
Autoren:
Hudson Pacifico Silva, Pascale Lehoux, Fiona Alice Miller, Jean-Louis Denis

Abstract

The scholarship on responsible research and innovation (RRI) aims to align the processes and outcomes of innovation with societal values by involving a broad range of stakeholders from a very early stage. Though this scholarship offers a new lens to consider the challenges new health technologies raise for health systems around the world, there is a need to define the dimensions that specifically characterise responsible innovation in health (RIH). The present article aims to introduce an integrative RIH framework drawing on the RRI literature, the international literature on health systems as well as specific bodies of knowledge that shed light on key dimensions of health innovations. Combining inductive and deductive theory-building strategies and concomitant with the development of a formal tool to assess the responsibility of innovations, we developed a framework that is comprised of nine dimensions organised within five value domains, namely population health, health system, economic, organisational and environmental. RIH provides health and innovation policy-makers with a common framework that supports the development of innovations that can tackle significant system-level challenges, including sustainability and equity.
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