Organizational Learning in Primary Health Care Innovation – Canadian report – 30 March 2009

Posted on June 30, 2009. Filed under: Health Systems Improvement, Primary Hlth Care | Tags: |

Organizational Learning in Primary Health Care Innovation
This research was funded by: The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) With matching funding from: The Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (AHFMR) March 30, 2009

Executive Summary

“Our research was designed to provide new insights about how organizations engage in processes of innovation and learn to spread and institutionalize good ideas about providing primary health care (PHC). This is important because finding new and better ways to deliver PHC is essential for long term sustainability of publicly funded health care. There have been many successful innovation projects over the years, but health organizations have found it difficult to transfer the learning from these projects to the broader delivery of PHC services.”

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