Towards ubiquitous peer review strategies to sustain and enhance a clinical knowledge management framework.
Widespread cooperation between domain experts and front-line clinicians is a key component of any successful clinical knowledge management framework. Peer review is an established form of cooperation that promotes the dissemination of new knowledge. The authors describe three peer collaboration scenarios that have been implemented using the knowledge management infrastructure available at Intermountain Healthcare. Utilization results illustrating the early adoption patterns of the proposed scenarios are presented and discussed, along with succinct descriptions of planned enhancements and future implementation efforts.
Rocha, RA; Bradshaw, RL; Bigelow, SM; Hanna, TP; Del Fiol, G; Hulse, NC; Roemer, LK; Wilkinson, SG
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