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Knowledge and change in health care organizations



Knowledge and change in health care organizations



Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 76: 63-69



All of us realize that these are times of high change in virtually every health care system, regardless of size or location. As part of this change process, many health care systems are taking a serious look at the area that has evolved as knowledge management. While change may be mandatory, progress is definitely optional.

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