In the last decades the economy saw two significant changes in the way value has been conceived and created: the introduction of the value-constellation model and the advent of the open innovation movement. This paper will report on how these paradigmatic changes are mirrored in public services reform, with a focus on healthcare services, and on how Design practice and research are contributing to this shift. The authors will use four case studies of healthcare design-driven service innovation as a way to reflect on which models and approaches designers have been using and to evaluate the actual results and impacts that have been achieved so far.

Service design and healthcare innovation: from consumption to co-production to co-creation

SANGIORGI, DANIELA
2010

Abstract

In the last decades the economy saw two significant changes in the way value has been conceived and created: the introduction of the value-constellation model and the advent of the open innovation movement. This paper will report on how these paradigmatic changes are mirrored in public services reform, with a focus on healthcare services, and on how Design practice and research are contributing to this shift. The authors will use four case studies of healthcare design-driven service innovation as a way to reflect on which models and approaches designers have been using and to evaluate the actual results and impacts that have been achieved so far.
Proceedings of 2nd Service Design and Service Innovation conference, ServDes.2010
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