Can knowledge management enhance technology adoption in healthcare? A review of the literature

  • Williams L
  • Dickinson H
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Abstract

The rate of adoption of new technologies into healthcare systems is considered to be slower than in other settings. A range of knowledge-based facilitators of adoption exist, including: technology specification and assessment; dissemination tools (including electronic decision support tools); networks and facilitated interaction; and skills and leadership development. A review of the evidence relating to each of these is reported in this paper. The authors identify the absence of a single knowledge-related 'magic bullet' before proposing an analytical framework for the future assessment of knowledge-based interventions and their impact on technology adoption. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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  • Lestyn Williams

  • Helen Dickinson

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