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Wouter Alexander Keijser
University of Twente
Competence (human resources)Change managementHealth careKnowledge managementMedicine
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The concept of medical leadership (ML) can enhance physicians’ inclusion in efforts for higher quality healthcare. Despite ML’s spiking popularity, only a few countries have built a national taxonomy to facilitate ML competency education and training. In this paper we discuss the development of the Dutch ML competency framework with two objectives: to account for the framework’s making and to complement to known approaches of developing such frameworks. We designed a research approach and analyz...
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Medical Leadership (ML) propagates physicians’ use of organizing-type competencies. Drawing on Institutional Theory, the present abductive study: a) explains ML’s emergence in Western healthcare sy...
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Increasingly, physician engagement in management, quality and innovation is being recognised as vital, requiring ‘medical leadership’ (ML) competencies. Besides numerous local institutional efforts and despite the high level of autonomy of the medical profession and the education of its members, in some countries, national level activities are focusing on developing ML competencies to guide physicians in more effectively engaging in these non-medical activities. Up to this date, little is known ...
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Increasing economic and organizational challenges call physicians in action to engage in medical leadership (ML) roles. Yet, in only six of the 195 countries the content of ML development has recently been articulated in the form of comprehensive national schemes or programs. Despite increasing scientific evidence pointing to the great relevance of ML and the often-reported hesitance of physicians to engage in ML, little is known about effective strategies and tactics for national ML development...
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#2Lisanne Penterman (UT: University of Twente)H-Index: 1
Last. Celeste P.M. WilderomH-Index: 28
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Introduction: ‘E-health enabled integrated care’ (eHEIC) has high potential to improve quality of care, widen access and increase efficiency. Experts and scholars increasingly report about difficulties of sustainable eHEIC implementation. These reports indicate in particular ‘human factors’ often being underestimated, in particular relating to changes in interdisciplinary collaboration and the role of physicians. More insight in determinants and interventions impacting these human factors is req...
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#2M. BewickH-Index: 10
Last. B. de Oliveira-Alves (EC: European Commission)H-Index: 1
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The Strategic Implementation Plan of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) proposed six Action Groups. After almost three years of activity, many achievements have been obtained through commitments or collaborative work of the Action Groups. However, they have often worked in silos and, consequently, synergies between Action Groups have been proposed to strengthen the triple win of the EIP on AHA. The paper presents the methodology and current status of th...
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#1Wouter Alexander Keijser (UT: University of Twente)H-Index: 3
In this chapter, we describe the enhanced TeamSTEPPS® curriculum as fundament to creating a “culture of continuous improvement” in nuclear medicine. This evidence-based and modular teamwork system is deployed in concordance with a novel medical leadership development program. It provides a comprehensive and practical approach to improve performance and patient safety within nuclear medicine departments, hence across numerous multidisciplinary patient journeys that are influenced by effective (nu...
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Introduction : Integrated care can prosper from e-health solutions that hold a vast potential for increasing effective information sharing and communication: collaboration. This is in particular the case in the care for elder persons: a growing population often in need of a variety of care, health monitoring and social support. However, despite promises and almost 20 years of investing in e-health deployment and research, implementing e-health often proofs to be more complex and arduous than ant...
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Information and communication technologies (ICT) are promising for the long-term care of older and frequently frail people. These innovations can improve health outcomes, quality of life and efficiency of care processes, while supporting independent living. However, they may be disruptive innovations. As all European member states are facing an increasing complexity of health and social care, good practices in ICT should be identified and evaluated. Three projects funded by DG CNECT are related ...
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