7 edition of Clinical Knowledge Management found in the catalog.
by Idea Group Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||334|
This chapter covers four areas of clinical knowledge management, including management of clinical decision support knowledge as a component of clinical knowledge management, the boundaries of clinical knowledge management, key functions of clinical knowledge management, and the evolving “business case” for investing in clinical knowledge. AHIMA’s primary goal is to provide the knowledge, resources and tools to advance health information professional practice and standards for the delivery of quality healthcare. Whether you work in the field, or are just interested in learning more about the profession, travel-australia-planning-guide.com provides the answers to your HIM questions and effective.
Clinical risk, reporting near misses, reporting errors, risk assessment, incident, incident monitoring. Learning objective Know how to apply risk management principles by identifying, assessing and reporting hazards and potential risks in the workplace. Learning outcomes: knowledge and performance What students need to know (knowledge. Knowledge management is based on the idea that an organisation’s most valuable resource is the knowledge of its people. This is not a new idea – organisations have been managing “human resources” for years. What is new is the focus on knowledge. This focus is being driven by the accelerated rate of change in today’s.
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Jan 05, · Clinical Knowledge Management: Opportunities and Challenges reinforces the implicit contention that the healthcare industry is calling for KM frameworks that can marry these two perspectives. This book has appeal in both camps and is the first to genuinely examine KM for healthcare in the necessary holistic manner.4/5(1).
Apr 01, · Clinical Knowledge Management: Opportunities and Challenges establishes a convergence in thinking between KM and knowledge engineering healthcare applications. This book assembles original and innovative contributions in the area of KM and knowledge engineering applications for healthcare systems and clinical engineering applications.
Bali, Rajeev K (editor). Clinical knowledge management: opportunities and challenges. Idea Group Publishing, [Idea Group - book details] [Idea Group - book Preface] [Free excerpt: Chapter 1 (Issues in Clinical Knowledge Management: Revisiting Healthcare Management)] " The key to the success of the clinical healthcare sector in the 21st century is to achieve an effective integration of.
Healthcare Knowledge Management is a uniquely integrative text—both a tutorial on concepts, theories, and research as well as a practical guide to managing and developing KM in the healthcare setting. Topics covered in this book include: Clinical Knowledge Management – a model for primary care.
Clinical Knowledge Management: Opportunities and Challenges reinforces the implicit contention that the healthcare industry is calling for KM frameworks that can marry these two perspectives.
This book has appeal in both camps and is the first to genuinely examine KM. Apr 22, · The Center for Clinical Knowledge Management (CCKM) is responsible for interdisciplinary guidelines which include various types of interventions (e.g., pharmacological and non-pharmacological recommendations).
These guidelines often describe care for an entire population and/or cross care settings and clinical disciplines. Apr 19, · The Center for Clinical Knowledge Management (CCKM) evaluates and organizes evidence to drive clinical decisions that promote patient safety and health, efficiency, consistency and quality throughout UW Health.
Rather than being a prescription to all things clinical, the book is a compilation of clinical knowledge practice from around the world. It claims to be the first book to take the necessary holistic approach for knowledge management from both the IT and clinical perspectives and I can well believe this.4/5(1).
Get this from a library. Clinical knowledge management: opportunities and challenges. [Rajeev K Bali;] -- "This book establishes a convergence in thinking between knowledge management and knowledge engineering healthcare applications"--Provided by publisher. What is CCMC’s Case Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK®).
CMBOK is an online resource tool developed by the Commission for Case Manager Certification (the Commission) for all case managers and other health care professionals across all practice settings.
Balas, E, Boren, S.A. Managing clinical knowledge for health care improvement. Yearbook of Medical Informatics. ; The authors assess the growth in clinical research studies coupled with a slow rate of adoption, often taking an average of 17 years for. The Clinical Knowledge Manager is a system for collaborative development, management and publishing.
It enables the implementation of knowledge governance within and across the health enterprise. Resources include archetypes, templates, terminology subsets, artefact release sets, metadata relating to clinical models and related resources. Expand and refine your clinical and practice knowledge with a pipeline of resources developed to improve your day-to-day tasks and processes.
From selections such as “What Every Nurse Needs to Know About Hemophilia” to “Preventing High-Alert Medication Errors in Hospital Patients” (see below), these courses will help you promote better patient care and improved outcomes.
Knowledge management (KM) is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization.
It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieving organisational objectives by making the best use of knowledge. An example of the clinical knowledge management (CKM) model, is evidence-based medicine (EBM) applicable towards this model in the HC's clinical environment (Lusignan & Robinson, ).
Balas EA, Boren SA. Managing clinical knowledge for health care improvement. In: Bemmel J, McCray AT, editors. Yearbook of Medical Informatics Patient-Centered Systems.
Enhancing Knowledge Management in a Multi-Center Clinical Trial by a Web-Based Knowledge Medium: /ch The healthcare industry is essentially knowledge based. The quality and efficiency of work performed in healthcare institutions depends on their ability toCited by: 1.
To explore the need for, and use of, high-quality, collaborative, clinical knowledge management (CKM) tools and techniques to manage clinical decision support travel-australia-planning-guide.com order to better understand the current state of the art in CKM, we developed a survey Cited by: Anchored by AHIMA-owned content and complemented by government resources and links to external web sites, the Body of Knowledge encompasses the theory and practice of health information management, and enables HIM professionals to access quickly.
This book provides a guide to how healthcare systems work; their structure, regulation and inspection, and key areas including risk management, resource effectiveness, and wider aspects of knowledge management.
This book presents a simple overview of clinical governance in context, highlighting important principles required to function. This chapter discusses the Clinical Knowledge Management (CKM) software infrastructure that has been implemented at Intermountain, along with some utilization data demonstrating how extensively it is being used.
SinceIntermountain has been building a new clinical information systems infrastructure, known as HELP2.This Guide has been created to help clinical development organizations, whether a team, department or organization as a whole, recognize what types of tools and resources are available and would potentially be useful in the development, maintenance and continuous improvement of a Clinical Knowledge Management (CKM) strategy and program.Knowledge Management and E-Health.
This book assembles original and innovative contributions in the area of KM and knowledge engineering applications for healthcare systems and clinical.