Research on topics of organizational science in health care settings for a variety of reasons has proliferated in recent years across both organization- and health-focused disciplines. Yet, questions abound about what we as organizational scholars know, what we have learned, and whether the research we are conducting is relevant. The first goal of this session is to take stock of this important domain by drawing together findings from two recent works: a critical history and analysis of the patient safety movement and an analysis of almost 700 articles published over the past decade in leading organizational science (OS) and health care (HC) journals. A second goal is to provide insight into promising avenues that could ultimately advance organizational science and health care with future research that is both rigorous and relevant.
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