Watson: Implications for Health Care Knowledge Management

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Watson: Implications for Health Care Knowledge Management

  1. 1. Watson: Implications for Knowledge Management in the Health Care EnvironmentEducation Research Patient Care
  2. 2. Deep Implications for: Health Care Education Scientific Publishing Database Vendors Search Engine Vendors
  3. 3. Deep Implications for: Clinical System Vendors Electronic Health Record Vendors Open Access Intellectual Property
  4. 4. Deep Implications for: Biomedical Research Corporations
  5. 5. Library
  6. 6. Ask Dr. Watson
  7. 7. Dr. Watson: “Dr. Cutter, I think we need asponge count. There are two missing.”
  8. 8. Regional Medical Specialty Processing Centers (sample list…) Johns Hopkins Medical Center M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Stanford University Harvard Medical School
  9. 9. Implications for Knowledge Management
  10. 10. “What we need, rather than a managerial philosophybased on the communications and transportationinfrastructures of the 19th century, is one geared to thedigital infrastructure of the 21st. We need a new rationale forour biggest private and public sector institutions--to re-imaginethem in line with the world around us. Rather than scalableefficiency, we need scalable connectivity, learning, andperformance. Rather than push, we need institutions that pull.” John Hagel III and John Seely Brown Why Do Companies Exist? http://blogs.hbr.org/bigshift/2009/02/why-do-companies-exist.html

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