Sub-theme 52: The Art of Making Do and the Science of Organizing in Future Health Care

Convenors:
Daniele Mascia, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy
Federica Angeli, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Americo Cicchetti, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, G6
Organizational Change and Dynamic Adaptation in Healthcare (I)
Chair: Americo Cicchetti
Alec Fraser, Annette Boaz, Juan Baeza and Ewan Ferlie
The art and science of reorganizing healthcare: A biopolitical approach to service reconfiguration
Discussant(s): Dimitrios Spyridonidis
Dimitrios Spyridonidis and Graeme Currie
Making impact upon practice in translational health research: Enhancing organizational capacity to pull in research
Discussant(s): Emre Karali
Emre Karali, Henk W. Volberda and Jatinder Sidhu
Adaptation in the cardiac healthcare path: The role of routines and dynamic capabilities
Discussant(s): Alec Fraser
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Network Perspectives and Social Capital in Healthcare - Room: G6
Chair: Daniele Mascia
Fausto Di Vincenzo, Daniele Mascia and Luca Giustiniano
Patient mobility for private medical services in the Italian NHS: A social network analysis
Discussant(s): Carolin Auschra
Carolin Auschra
A conceptualization of impediments to inter-organizational collaboration in the field of health care and avenues for future research
Discussant(s): Leo Cazin
Leo Cazin
Making do with change imposed from above: The case of inter-hospital cooperation in France
Discussant(s): Valentina Iacopino
Valentina Iacopino, Daniele Mascia, Andrea Poscia and Stefania Boccia
The impact of school and after-school friendship networks on adolescent vaccination behavior
Discussant(s): Fausto Di Vincenzo
Parallel Stream B: Human Resources for Health (I) - Room: G3
Chair: Federica Angeli
Aizhan Tursunbayeva, Raluca Bunduchi, Claudia Pagliari and Massimo Franco
Thinking big whilst making do: Mismatching expectations of a national human resource information system in healthcare
Discussant(s): Rosalía Cascón-Pereira
Ian Kirkpatrick, Rosalía Cascón-Pereira, Gianluca Veronesi and Mark Exworthy
An inequitable allocation of distinction awards to medical specialties as an indicator of intra-professional stratification among specialties
Discussant(s): Sarah Wadmann
Sarah Wadmann and Christina Holm-Petersen
Data growth and the local scale up of performance management systems
Discussant(s): Aizhan Tursunbayeva
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, G6
Organizational Change and Dynamic Adaptation in Healthcare (II)
Chair: Americo Cicchetti
Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei and David Morquin
Organizational innovation in a professional bureaucracy: From iron cage to glass cage? The example of EMR management in a French hospital
Discussant(s): Jaap Schaveling
Jaap Schaveling and Yvonne Zuidgeest
Prosocial behaviour in newly formed social teams
Discussant(s): Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Human Resources for Health (II) - Room: G6
Chair: Daniele Mascia
Paola Briganti, Luisa Varriale, Gloria Guillot and Maria Ferrara
Work-related stress measurement and managerial implications: A Southern Italy hospital case study
Discussant(s): Alessia Sammarra
Roberto Dandi, Alessia Sammarra, Silvia Profili and Daniele Mascia
Managing knowledge with an aging and age diverse health care workforce: A systematic review
Discussant(s): Paola Briganti
Parallel Stream B: Redefining Professional Boundaries (I) - Room: G3
Chair: Federica Angeli
Thomas Andersson and Christian Gadolin
Relational leadership: an enabler of institutional work in healthcare
Discussant(s): Tom Forbes
Tom Forbes and Robin Fincham
Getting the job done: Managerial and professional conflicts in an integrated mental health service
Discussant(s): Michael Bresnen
Michael Bresnen, Damian Hodgson, Simon Bailey, Paula Hyde and John Hassard
Inside the hybrid career: The formation of managerial identity across UK healthcare organizations
Discussant(s): Christian Gadolin
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30
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Parallel Stream A: ICT Implementation in Professional Contexts - Room: G6
Chair: Daniele Mascia
David Morquin and Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei
Professional facing coercive work formalization: Vicious circle of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) implementation and appropriation
Discussant(s): Brendon Wolff-Piggott
Brendon Wolff-Piggott
“Pushing the queue”: A negotiated order perspective on staff roles in mHealth use
Discussant(s): David Morquin
Parallel Stream B: Redefining Professional Boundaries (II) - Room: G3
Chair: Federica Angeli
Sébastien Damart and Sonia Adam-Ledunois
The art of collective “making do”… when silos are gone!
Discussant(s): Annick Lepage
Annick Lepage
The Use of Evidence as Vector of New Regimes of Collaboration
Discussant(s): Marco Bottura
Marco Bottura
Medical home or "medical shelter": The case of two GPs cooperatives in the changing Italian primary care
Discussant(s): Sébastien Damart
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, G6
Patient Empowerment
Chair: Federica Angeli
Rocco Palumbo, Carmela Annarumma, Marco Musella and Paola Adinolfi
Building castles in the air. Discussing the role of patients in health care provision in light of the health literacy perspective
Discussant(s): Dag Olaf Torjesen
Tor Ivar Karlsen and Martin S. Time
User influence in Norwegian hospital governance – Does it make a difference or a Catch 22?
Discussant(s): Rocco Palumbo
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, G6
Business Model Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Chair: Daniele Mascia
Festus Oderanti and Feng Li
Sustainability of future eHealthCare organizations in the UK: Evidence from servitised eHealth business models
Discussant(s): Janna L. Rose
Terry Petrella, Janna L. Rose and Valérie Sabatier
When to “make do” in health: A case of misalignment between an IT firm and a hospital organization
Discussant(s): Massimo Garbuio
Massimo Garbuio, Ralf Wilden and Daniele Mascia
Entrepreneurship in healthcare: Past contributions and future opportunities
Discussant(s): Festus Oderanti