A systematic review of recent research on healthcare innovation

Reviews and summaries of systematic literature on healthcare innovation from 2000 to 2021. The majority of the studies that were included used cross-sectional designs and quantitative or qualitative approaches for several case studies. They were all concerned with the acceptance of new ideas and methods. These five directions should guide future research: The following criteria should be met: (a) multilevel approaches to studying innovation at the individual, group, and organizational levels; (b) a combination of quantitative and qualitative data; (c) longitudinal designs (innovation as both a dependent and independent variable); (d) the use of experimental designs in interventions; and (e) the investigation of innovation generation and structural innovations.