The challenge of population-level health problems, such as healthcare disparities, encompasses socio-behavioural, community and biologic factors and advances in information and communication technologies (ICTs). These elements are reflected in the key ethos of contemporary knowledge management (KM), as knowledge emerges from the confluence of people, process and technology. This paper illustrates how knowledge-based health case studies can be used as effective exemplars to illuminate understanding and explore possible connections between populomics and KM
|Title of host publication||Medical and Care Compunetics 6|
|Editors||Lodewijk Bos, Bernd Blobel, Stephen Benton, Denis Carroll|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
Bibliographical noteThe full text of this item is not available from the repository. This chapter is published in a book which is part of the "Studies in Health Technology and Informatics" series, volume 156 2010.
- knowledge management