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Author(s): Franco Trigo, L
Fernandez Llimos, F
Martínez Martínez, F
Benrimoj, SI
Sabater Hernández, D
Title: Stakeholder analysis in health innovation planning processes: A systematic scoping review
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: Integrating health innovations into the health system is a complex endeavour that requires a well-designed planning process engaging key stakeholders. Stakeholder analyses lay the foundations to inform appropriate planning processes and undertake strategic actions. A systematic scoping review was performed to explore how stakeholder analyses are applied in health innovation planning processes and a guideline to report stakeholder analyses was developed. The literature search was conducted in PubMed, Scopus and DOAJ; grey literature was sought using Google. Articles reporting stakeholder analyses during the planning process of health policies, systems, products and technologies, and services and delivery methods were included. Fifty-one records were incorporated in the qualitative synthesis. Stakeholder analyses were conducted worldwide, used in all types of health innovations, applied in all phases of the planning process and conducted both prospectively and retrospectively. The steps followed to perform stakeholder analysis, the methods used, the stakeholder attributes analysed and how authors reported the analyses were heterogeneous. Forty-one studies reported the identification of stakeholders, 50 differentiated/categorised them and 25 analysed stakeholder relationships. Only some authors proposed future actions based on the results obtained in their stakeholder analysis. A list of Reporting Items for Stakeholder Analysis (i.e., the RISA tool) is proposed to contribute to the reporting guidelines to enhancing the quality and transparency of health research.
Document Type: Outra Publicação em Revista Científica Internacional
Rights: restrictedAccess
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