New method to develop Whole of Government governance - the case of innovations in precision medicine

Reference number 2018-04821
Coordinator Ekonomistyrningsverket
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration January 2019 - June 2019
Status Ongoing

Purpose and goal

The project aims to answer the following questions: How does current state governance affect business and health innovation processes in the system of precision medicine? Can an alterated governance of the state authorities in the precision medicine system contribute to increased efficiency in relation to the national innovation policy goals? The project has two goals. First, to create a knowledge base that can be used to develop state governance. Second, to contribute to method development in system analysis.

Expected results and effects

Effects: 1.Affected authorities have increased knowledge of how state governance influences the prerequisites for the innovation process in the field of precision medicine. 2.The actors in the precision medicine system have increased knowledge of each other and the frameworks that state governance sets for their activities. 3.The Swedish National Financial Management Authority has increased knowledge of how systems of governance can be analysed. Results: Four completed workshops with relevant authorities and companies, a knowledge base and a final report.

Planned approach and implementation

The Swedish National Financial Management Authority and stakeholders will analyse the influence of state governance on innovation processes in precision medicine. Presented below is a possible design that may change in dialogue with involved actors, 2019Activities Jan-FebPreparations for workshop series (interviews and documentary study) Mar 1st Workshop: Mapping and problem formulation Apr 2nd Workshop: Needs assessment May 3d Workshop: Possibilities for improving governance 4th Workshop: Feedback draft report Jun Follow-up, delivery of knowledge base and final report.

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