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Evaluation of Electronic Mental Health Implementation in Northern Territory Services Using the Integrated “Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services” Framework: Qualitative Study

Evaluation of Electronic Mental Health Implementation in Northern Territory Services Using the Integrated “Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services” Framework: Qualitative Study

Findings from the very few studies in this field report common themes essential to electronic mental health uptake relating to three key domains: organizational factors, characteristics of the adopters (ie, practitioners and clients), and the innovation itself

Buaphrao Raphiphatthana, Michelle Sweet, Stefanie Puszka, Megan Whitty, Kylie Dingwall, Tricia Nagel

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(5):e14835

Narrowing the Skills Gap for Innovation: An Empirical Study in the Hospital Sector

Narrowing the Skills Gap for Innovation: An Empirical Study in the Hospital Sector

Tackling such challenges require new skills for enhancing organizational flexibility, improving performance, and promoting innovation [1,2].The shortage of skills remains a key obstacle for innovation, particularly in hospitals pursuing radical and disruptive

Casimiro Dias, Ana Escoval

JMIR Hum Factors 2014;1(1):e1

E-Mental Health Innovations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A Qualitative Study of Implementation Needs in Health Services

E-Mental Health Innovations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A Qualitative Study of Implementation Needs in Health Services

Greenhalgh et al sought to combine this diverse literature into a unifying model of the diffusion of innovations in health care organizations which included characteristics of the user system, the outer context, the innovation itself, and the adopters within

Stefanie Puszka, Kylie M Dingwall, Michelle Sweet, Tricia Nagel

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(3):e43

Technological Health Intervention in Population Aging to Assist People to Work Smarter not Harder: Qualitative Study

Technological Health Intervention in Population Aging to Assist People to Work Smarter not Harder: Qualitative Study

Despite the application of advanced technologies, concerns surrounding information governance and Taiwan’s conservative attitude toward innovation and an actual loss of autonomy might hinder prosperous health care innovation [4].

Sonia Chien-I Chen

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(1):e3

Identifying and Overcoming Policy-Level Barriers to the Implementation of Digital Health Innovation: Qualitative Study

Identifying and Overcoming Policy-Level Barriers to the Implementation of Digital Health Innovation: Qualitative Study

The importance of strong leadership at an organizational and system level was viewed as critical for the successful implementation of digital health innovation, with an emphasis on establishing a culture of innovation.

Laura Desveaux, Charlene Soobiah, R Sacha Bhatia, James Shaw

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(12):e14994

Digital Transformation and Disruption of the Health Care Sector: Internet-Based Observational Study

Digital Transformation and Disruption of the Health Care Sector: Internet-Based Observational Study

IntroductionDigital transformation and disruptive innovation describe the comprehensive reorientation of an industry including its business models due to the coming of age of digital technologies: the digitization of products, services, and processes [1-4].

Maximilian Herrmann, Philip Boehme, Thomas Mondritzki, Jan P Ehlers, Stylianos Kavadias, Hubert Truebel

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e104