A theoretical framework for healthcare innovation management using wiki based Digital Ecosystem
|A theoretical framework for healthcare innovation management using wiki based Digital Ecosystem|
|Author(s)||Fasihuddin H., Skinner G., Athauda R.|
|Published in||Advanced Materials Research|
|Keyword(s)||Digital Ecosystem, Healthcare system, Knowledge sharing, Wiki (Extra: Digital ecosystem, Health care information system, Healthcare industry, Healthcare system, Information technology innovation, Innovation management, Knowledge management system, Knowledge sharing, Patient record, Theoretical framework, Wiki, Ecosystems, Industry, Information technology, Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge based systems, Knowledge management, Health care)|
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A theoretical framework for healthcare innovation management using wiki based Digital Ecosystem is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Fasihuddin H., Skinner G., Athauda R. and published in Advanced Materials Research.
Information Technology innovations have strongly affected today's businesses and the way we work. This effect involves different industries, and the healthcare industry is one of them. Various healthcare information systems have been introduced to manage and share patient records and information. However, based on the reviewed literatures, the healthcare knowledge management system does not have the same focus and attention. It is found that there is no system that is able to manage the tacit healthcare knowledge and innovation. As a result, this paper aims to introduce a theoretical framework that enables healthcare tacit knowledge management and global sharing. Digital Ecosystem is found to be the most suitable technology to achieve this aim; specifically with the wiki environment as it is most suitable for the healthcare industry requirements.
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