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Title: Co-innovation: the future of telemedicine in developing countries
Authors: Nyamu, J
De Coster, R
Keywords: Telemedicine;Innovation adoption;Co-innovation
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: British Academy of Management (BAM) Doctoral Symposium
Citation: British Academy of Management (BAM) Doctoral Symposium, Belfast, 2014
Abstract: Telemedicine which has been widely adopted in developed countries to reach all its citizens irrespective of their location is only being used for education purposes or disaster relief in developing countries. Since developing countries already suffer inadequate healthcare provision especially in remote areas, it would be essential to implement telemedicine practices for daily clinical uses rather than education use. This research argues that to understand the future of telemedicine in developing countries, both well-established technology innovations adoption factors as well as co-innovation factors should be addressed. In the context of healthcare provision, we propose a conceptual framework that integrates the healthcare resources and the organisational affiliations in co-innovation.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/9582
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