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Innovative Approach in Healthcare Service Delivery System in India, Brazil and South Africa: A Literature Review

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal, INDIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 2, Issue (12), Pages 15-25, December,6 (2013)

Abstract

This paper presents a literature review of innovation in healthcare service delivery system with reference to India, Brazil and South Africa. We briefly review 100 references among these, 55 articles were classified by year of publication and journal. Innovation is considered to be a critical component in the quest to balance cost containment and health care quality. This paper starts by defining innovation in healthcare. Following part of paper, describe health status of India, Brazil and South Africa. Innovation, such as public-private partnership, marketing innovation, financial innovation, technology innovation and operational introduced. A particular attention paid to analyze the impact of innovation to improve efficiency and effectiveness of health delivery system. Through review of literature, the paper describes the examples of innovation based health delivery system. Innovation supported health delivery system enables to provide accessible, affordable and quality health services to all individual.

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