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Developing dynamic capabilities for the worlds best Ehealth

In light of the Swedish healthcare's vision of becoming a leading country in e-health, this project is conducted in co-production between Mälardalen University and three need owners within the Sörmland Region. Together with the need owners, the project explores what constitute best practices in terms of new management and balancing practices that enable expansive learning with increased dynamic capability, digital maturity and, by extension, successful development of the implementation of new e-health services.

Start

2022-04-01

Planned completion

2024-03-31

Main financing

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Project manager at MDU

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In light of the Swedish healthcare's vision of becoming a leading country in e-health, this project is conducted in co-production between Mälardalen University and three need owners within the Sörmland Region. Together with the need owners, the project explores what constitute best practices in terms of new management and balancing practices that enable expansive learning with increased dynamic capability, digital maturity and, by extension, successful development of the implementation of new e-health services. Experiences from the Region's own e-health and digitization work as well as research overviews of implementation digitization initiatives show that there are major challenges in the development and implementation of new innovative digitization solutions in the public sector. Previous research indicates a need for knowledge of what kind of management and balancing practices, based on a systems perspective, contribute to systematically building critical organizational abilities in the form of dynamic ability and digital maturity and how these abilities are learned and developed in practice.

Project purpose

In this project, based on an interactive research approach, the goal is to increase the understanding of what constitutes best practices in the form of new management and balancing practices that enable expansive learning with increased dynamic capability, digital maturity and in the long term successful development of new implementations. e-health services as a result.

Project objectives

Based on the collected empirical data and theory of innovation management and ecosystems, the project is expected to develop:
  • Tools and methods for developing new management and balancing practices that contribute to increased dynamic capability
  • Process support for the implementation of new management and balancing practices in healthcare
  • Tools for mapping resource needs linked to digital transformation (dynamic capability and digital maturity)
  • A model for increased stakeholder collaboration based on analysis of the need owners' ecosystems


This research relates to the following sustainable development goals

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