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Table 2 Recommendations for improving the decision-making process

From: Adoption of an innovation to repair aortic aneurysms at a Canadian hospital: a qualitative case study and evaluation

1. Hospitals should develop a structure for deliberating the reasons for adopting a surgical innovation that involve a wide range of stakeholders.
2. Broader input should be sought from individuals involved with the procedure and those at "arms length" who may not be directly invested in the innovation.
3. Hospitals should establish a formal appeals mechanism for addressing challenges to the decisions being made.