In the area of biomedicine, there have been numerous scientific achievements that have resulted in a growing proliferation of therapeutic innovations, designed to improve life. The effectiveness of the transfer of scientific achievements is playing a vital role in health systems innovation. The expectations of quality of life due to the advances in the diagnosis and treatment of various pathologies have grown significantly. In this work, a review of trends and quantitative indicators has also been carried out by searching the databases of documents produced and published on scientific achievement in life sciences, analyzing the percentage of annual growth during the period 2010- 2021, showing that the increase in theoretical research and scientific innovation in health has increased exponentially and the interest of the scientific community in this area is clear, as evidenced by the predominance of the number of research articles. The number of articles of research has been 10,353 and 2,636 review articles. It is important to highlight that the percentage of document growth per year is very significant: in 2020 it was 14.28% while in 2010 it was 4.9%.
We analyze the conceptual framework of Innovation in biomedicine, which is based on scientific and technical advances and the panorama of intellectual property. This analysis allows life sciences researchers to expand the concept of innovation in this area, being useful for formulating health research policies capable of translating their scientific achievements, where possible, into health innovations and truly valuable for future advances in health.