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Does Employee Care Trigger Innovation Under a Healthy and Safe Working Environment? Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry in China

Minghui Yang, Qian Lin, Petra Maresova
2021 Healthcare  
Firms are obligated to provide a healthy and safe working environment for their employees, but it may in turn hinder innovation due to rigid and structured institutional regulations.  ...  Drawing on data of 308 China's pharmaceutical firms from 2010 to 2017, we investigated whether employee care can trigger innovation under corporate adoption of the occupational health and safety management  ...  Acknowledgments: This study was supported by the internal research of Faculty of Informatics and Management (SPEV 2021), University of Hradec Kralove. We would like to acknowledge M.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9020194 pmid:33578844 fatcat:ly43dgxmtrbevf4hdrdedq3qj4

Quarterly Change

2007 Healthcare Quarterly  
The 48-page report offers a route to sustainable healthcare by facing the healthcare-worker crisis head on. The report calls for innovation and collaboration from all levels of our system.  ...  Nova Scotia Enhances Cancer Care Nova Scotians will receive enhanced cancer care closer to home as a result of $1 million the government is investing in a new medical oncology satellite in Kentville and  ...  The Prize recognizes individuals from AUPHA member programs who have made outstanding contributions to the field of healthcare management education, who have exhibited leadership in the field, and who  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq..18917 fatcat:yxvkpy6bofamhdmnysdre3t6ee

Quarterly Change

2004 Healthcare Quarterly  
Quarterly Change Alberta will enhance its influenza immunization program to include healthy children under two years old.  ...  The EXTRA fellowship is designed to train health services leaders to become even better decision-makers by using and applying evidence from research in their day-to-day work.  ...  The following individuals were reelected for a two-year term:  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq.2004.20468 fatcat:zjsfdyytsbfqvcel7cgzxg2ege

Strategic change and firm performance: the moderating effect of organisational learning

Chaiporn Vithessonthi, Amonrat Thoumrungroje
2011 Journal of Asia Business Studies  
Working Paper Series The Working Paper series of the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry is designed to make available to a wider readership selected studies prepared by staff in the  ...  of its Member countries.  ...  The principle of continuous flow is integral to the system and is enhanced by IT applications.  ... 
doi:10.1108/15587891111152348 fatcat:zsormyxyfzbfxaz5lknvuab52y

Quarterly Change

2005 Healthcare Quarterly  
., the leading provider of identity and access management solutions for the healthcare industry, announced today the signing of a standing agreement for the Vergence ® product suite by Contract Management  ...  information on more than 1.4 million healthcare items and is the only electronic source of product data maintained and verified by the suppliers.  ...  These guidelines will be deployed at the point-ofcare using the Percipio web-based order entry system, ensuring that orders are safe, clinically appropriate, and cost effective.  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq..17165 fatcat:vhwxmshvdvhylby4sr6wzdilty

Short-Changing Compliance

John Armour, Jeffrey N. Gordon, Geeyoung Min
2018 Social Science Research Network  
Boards of directors are supposed to act as monitors to control managerial agency costs.  ...  How can we ensure corporations play by the "rules of the game"-that is, laws encouraging firms to avoid socially harmful conduct?  ...  costs of industrial pollution are internalized by polluters.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3244167 fatcat:xl5j6hkkf5aktimf5ak37wxere

Economic Context, Policy Environment and the Changing Role of Design Economists [chapter]

Herbert Robinson, Barry Symonds
2015 Design Economics for the Built Environment  
However, it is the nature of the design of projects, and the efficiency of construction processes that determines the unit (capital and operational) costs and performance of the end product. .  ...  whole life costs, value enhancement, and the leveraging of technology for greater efficiency and productivity.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118944790.ch1 fatcat:e6a6cfw4cjejjif647lok4kbb4

Do Regulatory Changes Seriously Affect the Medical Devices Industry? Evidence From the Czech Republic

Petra Maresova, Lukas Rezny, Lukas Peter, Ladislav Hajek, Frank Lefley
2021 Frontiers in Public Health  
Objectives: We highlight the challenges and risks faced by the European medical devices industry, particularly those faced by SMEs in the Czech Republic.  ...  The evidence also indicates that some SMEs may be forced to diversify to "non-medical" products, with the inevitable loss of innovative MDs being made available to patients and healthcare providers.  ...  From our research, it is clear that SMEs will be most affected by the change in legislation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.666453 pmid:33996732 pmcid:PMC8113379 fatcat:ului3aqkwfed5irg6ept3raf5y

The Changing Nature of Work

Michael J. Wright
2018 American Journal of Public Health  
Automation also changes the overall relationship between industrial employment and labor costs because it occurs more quickly in locations with high labor costs, assuming the incentive to reduce labor  ...  The most significant investments that people, firms, and governments can make in the changing nature of work is in enhancing human capital.  ... 
doi:10.2105/ajph.2017.304283 pmid:29412706 fatcat:b7izepfujveahlouou43dx5qka

E –Hospital Management & Hospital Information Systems – Changing Trends

Premkumar Balaraman, Kalpana Kosalram
2013 International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Business  
The rapid growth in Information & Communication Technology (ICT), and the power of Internet has strongly impacted the business and service delivery models of today's global environment.  ...  SUMMARY According to the Health Evidence report of the WHO E -HMS / HIS -Basic Modules the US and that has become the norm of the Healthcare industry when it comes to medical records management and  ...  E-Hospital Management System provides the benefits of streamlined operations, enhanced administration & control, superior patient care, strict cost control and improved profitability.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijieeb.2013.01.06 fatcat:dh5hykag5faihphvrhtvn3swk4

Have changes in pension accounting changed pension provision? A review of the evidence

Paraskevi Vicky Kiosse, Ken Peasnell
2009 Accounting and Business Research  
. 261 retirement healthcare costs in 1988 as required under SFAS 81 (FASB, 1984) , which were not in the utilities and finance industries, and for which necessary data were available.  ...  Bodie (1990: 27) points out: 'The failure of pension funds [in the US] to show any significant interest in inflationprotected investment products such as CPI-linked bonds is clear evidence that they do  ... 
doi:10.1080/00014788.2009.9663365 fatcat:zprnwoflrrf2jahmla45xbzvfa

Interventions to accelerate change towards a healthier diet

Susan A. Jebb
2018 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  
It discusses the role of voluntary or mandatory approaches to drive change in the food industry and the need for improved methods to monitor and evaluate progress.  ...  It concludes with a call to action from all stakeholders to accelerate change towards a healthier diet.  ...  Enabling change The association between a poor diet and reductions in the quality and length of life for individuals, the economic drag caused by lower productivity at work and the additional healthcare  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0029665117004086 pmid:29745360 fatcat:vnjycbcjyvabzf2zpycpqsu7mi

Health technology assessment in South Korea

Chang-yup Kim
2009 International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care  
Rapidly increasing expenditure had been a challenge of the NHI, which considered health technology management as a cost controlling measure.  ...  An amendment was made to the NHI Law in 2000, and provision was made to regulate the process of determining new insurance benefits including procedures, drugs, and equipment.  ...  Capital investment in, for example, high-cost technology is determined by each hospital, including public hospitals, investment in which also depends on its own revenue generated from the healthcare market  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266462309090667 pmid:19527540 fatcat:ijrho4bpf5d7vgkh5ay2wpfknm

Control and change—Analysing the process of institutionalisation

Claire Dambrin, Caroline Lambert, Samuel Sponem
2007 Management Accounting Research  
We argue that both the process by which institutional changes are implemented inside organisations and the process of decoupling are two aspects of the same issue.  ...  The theoretical framework proposed by Hasselbladh and Kallinikos (2000) enables us to describe the institutionalisation process of management control systems in more detail by observing how ideals are  ...  Congress, participants in the Seminar on Institutional Analysis of Accounting (LSE, Dpt of Accounting and Finance), and participants in the accounting seminar at the Schulich School of Business and CRIM  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mar.2007.02.003 fatcat:7nm2h3shuzhkzp5tol6gyxkxqm

Changing landscape in biotechnology patenting

Angad Singh, Sharanabasava Hallihosur, Latha Rangan
2009 World Patent Information  
Changes in specific areas like transgenic crops, nanotechnology, pharmaceuticals etc. are also discussed along with trends like the increase in patent applications by educational institutes across the  ...  The paper identifies the effect of the changing landscape in biotechnology patents.  ...  and Northeast Chamber of Commerce and Industry further geared the topic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.wpi.2009.03.004 fatcat:65n337juffcnhhak5chafinqmm
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