The major benefits of knowledge management, particularly as it pertains to security measures, makes it critical that organizations have a mechanism for defining and identifying knowledge needs.
The digital automation of health information has traditionally focused on the formal implementation of electronic health records (EHRs). Most of these EHR systems are relational databases that focus on intra-enterprise applications; very few have become fully functional, scalable, distributed systems with interoperability. This article identifies the design… (More)
BACKGROUND In this exploratory research, we use panel data analysis to examine the correlation between Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) and public health delivery at the country level. OBJECTIVE The goal of this exploratory research is to examine the strategic association over time between ICTs and country-level public health. METHODS… (More)
This research provides a pedagogical analysis of the current healthcare information systems degree programs from various U.S. universities and classifies the coursework offered in these universities into common themes. It is expected that universities planning to offer degree programs in healthcare information systems can use these themes as the fundamental… (More)
Context-aware systems have spawned applications that did not exist few years back. In spite of that, many challenges remain to bring these systems to the mainstream of computing applications. This research critically examines applications of existing context aware systems, especially in health care, and discusses the issues involved in the development of… (More)