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Szulczewska-Remi Aleksandra (Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland), Kus Krzysztof (Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland)
Tytuł
The Wielkopolska Innovative Platform (WPI) as a Modern Medium of Communication Between Science and Business in Healthcare
Wielkopolska Platforma Innowacyjna (WPI) jako nowoczesne medium komunikacji pomiędzy nauką i biznesem w opiece zdrowotnej
Źródło
Central and Eastern European Journal of Management and Economics, 2017, vol. 5, nr 1, s. 31-47, rys., bibliogr. 51 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Opieka zdrowotna, Komercjalizacja wiedzy, Przedsiębiorczość akademicka
Health care, Knowledge commercialisation, Academic entrepreneurship
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: H75, I23, L26
summ., streszcz., The authors thank the Department of Business Activity and Agriculture (WDGR) of the Town Council of the City of Poznań representatives for creative cooperation during the realization of the Wielkopolska Innovative Platform Project
Abstrakt
Według danych literaturowych niewiele badań naukowych poświęcono wpływowi innowacji na wydajność szpitali, w tym polskich. Stąd też celem niniejszej pracy było zbadanie możliwości wykorzystania danych zgromadzonych w Wielkopolskiej Platformie Innowacyjnej (WPI), innowacyjnego narzędzia internetowego wdrożonego od 2009 roku przez Wydział Działalności Gospodarczej i Rolnictwa (WDGR) Urzędu Miasta Poznania we współpracy z instytutami naukowymi, ośrodkami badawczymi i uniwersytetami w opiece zdrowotnej. Badania uzupełniają również opisywaną przez Etzkowitz'a i innych autorów pozycję literaturową w zakresie koncepcji potrójnej helisy, czyli relacji uczelni, biznesu i instytucji samorządowych w społeczeństwie wiedzy. Przeprowadzone badania pokazały, że Wielkopolska Platforma Innowacji jest skutecznym medium i platformą komunikacji pomiędzy nauką, gospodarką oraz samorządami stosowaną w opiece zdrowotnej. WPI wzmacnia zdolność praktycznego wykorzystania i wymiany osiągnięć naukowych w służbie zdrowia, a tym samym przyczynia się do rozwoju lokalnej gospodarki. (abstrakt oryginalny)

According to literature data not many scientific studies exist about the influence of innovations on the hospital performance also in Poland, therefore the aim of this paper was to study assessed the use of databases collected on Wielkopolska Innovative Platform (WPI), an innovative internet tool realised since 2009 by the Department of Business Activity and Agriculture (WDGR) of the Town Council of the City of Poznań in cooperation with scientific institutes, research centres and universities, for healthcare services using knowledge discovery in databases analysis. The study was preceded by snowball sampling analysis of literature data also complement the Triple Helix concept of University-Industry-Government relations in Knowledge Society introduced by Etzkowitz and other authors. The major result of the research has shown that Wielkopolska Innovation Platform is a successful medium and communication platform between science, business and government used in healthcare. WPI strengthens the market ability and sharing of scientific achievements in healthcare into practical productive forces and thereby contributes to local economy. (original abstract)
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