|Title||Innovations in the Health Institutions of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (F.BiH), Innovation management, innovation management models and support methods|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Type of Article||Review|
|Authors||Busatlic, S, Mamuti, A, Ridic, G, Ridic, O|
Innovation is the process of transforming the idea into its practical application. Innovation and invention are two different concepts. The criterion by which we distinguish innovation and inventiveness refers to the connection between the practical and the commercial aspect. In essence, innovation consists of a theoretical concept, technical invention and commercial exploitation. An implicit feature of innovation is that it must be useful. This distinguishes innovation from the invention, which has no practical application. This revised work deals with numerous secondary sources of information, such as the Internet, books, as well as statistical reports on innovation and the countries of the EU, America, Canada, and OECD countries; He studied a number of professional articles, manuals, master theses, doctoral dissertations, etc. Satisfied patient is the goal of all our innovative healthcare activities. The main topic of the discussion is whether innovation is a process or result? Innovation management applies to all types and forms of innovation and innovative processes. In conclusion, a constant change for the better, which improves the health and satisfaction of patients, reduces health care costs, is an imperative for every serious health institution. Pluralistic approaches and ratings show that the quality of health services has a different meaning for patients - clients, health workers and managers. It is possible to innovate if we fully understand the nature of the challenges we face and if we manage to mobilize human resources for the necessary changes.