Managing Innovation in Occupational Health Care System for the Future
Laitinen, Jukka; Meristö, Tarja (2018)
International Society for Professional Innovation Management
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Laitinen J., Meristö T., (2018). Managing Innovation in Occupational Health Care System for the Future. , International Society for Professional Innovation Management. URN:NBN:fi:amk-2018062514217
Occupational Health Care System (OHS) will by law concern every citizen in working age. The role of OHS is work-related and proactive by nature. The co-operation with actors like basic health care and rehabilitation is in key role in keeping people at work. The aim of project TYÖKE is to develop functional integration between OHS and other services in order to manage the wellbeing of people in working age. The basic questions in this paper are as follows: What is the role of OHS in general social and health care ecosystem and how do they co-operate across the boundaries in this context; What kind of innovations will be needed to meet the challenges from citizens´ and professionals´ perspective in different futures scenarios? and finally, Who will play the main role in the ecosystem to fulfil the requirements for the new situation?