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Healthcare knowledge management
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This paper is a critical analysis of a qualitative healthcare study titled,Healthcare Knowledge Management:the Art of the Possible by Syed Sibte Raza Abidi.It was published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in 2008.Healthcare and the field of medicine are areas which are characterized by rich knowledge. …
This paper is a critical analysis of a qualitative healthcare study titled, Healthcare Knowledge Management: The Art of the Possible by Syed Sibte Raza Abidi. It was published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in 2008. Problem Statement Healthcare and the field of medicine are areas which are characterized by rich knowledge. However, this knowledge is often underutilized especially during times of care or need There is exponential growth, in the healthcare sector, in the understanding of diseases, procedures for treatment and measures of patient care. On the other hand, this significant growth has resulted in healthcare knowledge to tend to a flux because of the generation of new knowledge at a fast pace. It is necessary to note that the utilization of this knowledge significantly impacts healthcare delivery, health outcomes and patient care. The ability of the clinical personnel or staff is also not congruent in the appropriate dissemination, application and translation of the healthcare knowledge that is currently generated in the clinical practice (Jackson, 2000). This form of knowledge is usually available in a different medium, but occurs in large volumes thus posing a challenge to the healthcare experts to be aware and implement the pertinent and relevant parts to the decisions of patient care. These decisions need to rely on the most relevant, appropriate and current knowledge available, and implement alongside the available data on point-of-care patient as well as in line with the therapeutic references of the patients. ...
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