Knowledge Management in the NHS (NHS IQ)

Summary

The following NHS Improving Quality report investigates the past and potential future role(s) of Knowledge Management (KM) in the NHS.

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Reference

Building a knowledge enabled NHS for the future. London: NHS Improving Quality, February 10th 2016.

Realistic appraisal, hype or wishful thinking regarding the potential impact of KM?

“By putting into practice what we know from research, from data analysis and from experience we will have a bigger impact on health and healthcare than any drug or technology likely to be invented in the next 10 or 20 years – that’s the importance of knowledge management to the NHS”. Sir J.A. Muir Gray: Director of the National Knowledge Service.

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