Systematic reviews of widely used health and welfare technologies
The project's purpose is to establish more reliable and useful evidence-based grounds for different stakeholders prior to decisions about implementation of the most common health- and welfare technology interventions.
Project manager at MDH
Sarah Wamala Andersson
Number of health and welfare technology interventions have been widely implemented in health and care organisations in Nordic and other OECD countries. Some of these interventions appear however to lack systematically compiled evidence regarding a number of key outcomes and factors related to end-users health and welfare as well as organisational outcomes. Rigorous, established methods to compile knowledge and evidence must be used in order to provide a reliable and relevant basis for decision makers.
The goal is to increase the use of systematically compiled evidence in decision-making regarding implementation of health and welfare technologies.