An exploratory assessment of the gaps for health innovation in Brazil:challenges and a proposed research agenda Outros Idiomas

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45497
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BoriniAbstractPolicies and health actions generate benefits that extrapolate the specificity of its purpose of providing welfare for the population, given itsrecognized impact in generating technological innovations, employment and income. However, such progress levels are unevenly distributed incountries, so that certain diseases and allocative and ethical questions associated with the development of new mechanisms for diagnosis, oftreatment and cure did not find satisfactory answers yet. In Brazil, such a scenario has not been shown different, demanding a wider discussionencompassing the country’s economic and social conditions. Contrasting the analytical and empirical results observed in policies and actions towardthe Health Economic-Industrial Complex (CEIS) to establish the barriers as well as structural and economic opportunities for the promotion ofhealth innovations in Brazil, this work raises a number of critical considerations in view of identifying and systematizing gaps in health innovationin the country, thereby proposing a positive comprehensive research agenda on the topic.
Citação ABNT:
ALVESA, A. S.; BOTELHO, A. J. J.; MENDES, L. An exploratory assessment of the gaps for health innovation in Brazil:challenges and a proposed research agenda. Innovation and Management Review, v. 14, n. 2, p. 98-108, 2017.
Citação APA:
Alvesa, A. S., Botelho, A. J. J., & Mendes, L. (2017). An exploratory assessment of the gaps for health innovation in Brazil:challenges and a proposed research agenda. Innovation and Management Review, 14(2), 98-108.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rai.2017.03.001
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