The idea of health care innovation has developed a cult following, and there is considerable promise linked to the term, but keeping it out of buzzword purgatory requires a discussion about what it really means, according to three researchers. In the journal BMJ Innovations, they wrote that a new framework for evaluating health care innovation could involve determining whether a new good or service can reduce tensions between patients and physicians.
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