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Les Living Labs , ces leviers d’innovation en santé publique

Abstract : Living labs in patient health and autonomy are an innovative response to the complexity of health-care institutions. Based on open innovation, they propose an organizational model that combines the participation of a wide range of stakeholders on the supply side with the contribution of users in the effort to design products and services. Living labs have a significant place in the health system as a third party owing to their determination to be innovative. Since the activities of engineering and design is underlaid by an organization similar to that of start-ups, living labs can deploy innovative solutions that find their market and are capable of addressing the issues of chronic illness and demographic ageing.
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Valentin Berthou, Robert Picard. Les Living Labs , ces leviers d’innovation en santé publique. Réalités industrielles. Annales des mines, Ed. Eska, 2017, Mai 2017 (2), pp.68. ⟨10.3917/rindu1.172.0068⟩. ⟨hal-02923003⟩

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