Supplier challenges in health tech innovation

Evidence from the HealthPort project

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Suppliers, in particular small innovative firms, is an important contributor not only for innovation in health-tech, but also a component to consider in the light of the emerging policy interest for using public procurement as a means to stimulate innovation. Research on barriers preventing these firms from providing innovations to public health authorities is therefore easily justified. Although substantive knowledge already prevails on the topic, it appears to be a lack in the literature concerning small innovative firms. To help to overcome this gap the paper discusses preliminary case study findings collected in the context of the Baltic Sea Health Region HealthPort project. The overall aim with the project was to facilitate ‘business acceleration’ by providing support, training and bridging innovative SMEs and health care organisations ultimately to strengthen the Baltic Sea Region health economy.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2014
Antal sider10
StatusUdgivet - 2014
Begivenhed23rd Annual IPSERA Conference 2014: Purchasing & Supply Management in difficukt times: The sky is the limit - Pretoria, Sydafrika
Varighed: 13 apr. 201416 apr. 2014
Konferencens nummer: 23
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Konference23rd Annual IPSERA Conference 2014
Nummer23
LandSydafrika
ByPretoria
Periode13/04/201416/04/2014
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Suppliers
Health
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Small and medium-sized enterprises
Public health
Public procurement
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Rolfstam, M. (2014). Supplier challenges in health tech innovation: Evidence from the HealthPort project. Afhandling præsenteret på 23rd Annual IPSERA Conference 2014, Pretoria, Sydafrika.
Rolfstam, Max. / Supplier challenges in health tech innovation : Evidence from the HealthPort project. Afhandling præsenteret på 23rd Annual IPSERA Conference 2014, Pretoria, Sydafrika.10 s.
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Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaper uden forlag/tidsskriftForskningpeer review

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