- A.1 - Understanding Logarithmic to Algorithmic Change
- A.2 - Difference Between Industry & Healthcare
- Knowledge vs People Management
- Medical Knowledge Doubles every 3 months
- Change is Changed
- A.3 - DATA - Not Oil Most Valuable Resource
- A.4 - Artificial Intelligence at the heart of ALL disruptive innovation
- A.5 - Industry 4.0 & Digital Transformation
- A.6 - Healthcare 4.0 & Digital Transformation
- A.7 - Pandemic & Digital Transformation
- A.8 - The Age of Disruption
- A.9 - Cultural Shift Accelerated
- A.10 - Digital Transformation of Healthcare
- A.11 - Understanding Exponential Change
- A.12 - Embrace & Prepare
#2 - Logarithmic to Algorithmic Change - Industry 4.0 to Healthcare 4.0
Logarithmic to Algorithmic Change Industry 4.0 to Healthcare 4.0 Decide Wisely: A Guide to Choosing A Medical Specialty In The Post-Pandemic Digital Healthcare Era
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A.1 - Understanding Logarithmic to Algorithmic Change
A.2 - Difference Between Industry & Healthcare
Multi Disciplinary Teams
Knowledge vs People Management
It is not just about Knowledge it is really about People (Patient, Family, Team)
Medical Knowledge Doubles every 3 months
“The pace of change will never be as slow as it is today” - Sue Siegel
Challenges and Opportunities Facing Medical Education
Medical education is at a crossroads. Although unique features exist at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education levels, shared aspects of all three levels are especially revealing, and form the basis for informed decision-making about the future of medical education. This paper describes some of the internal and external challenges confronting undergraduate medical education.
Medical knowledge doubles every few months; how can clinicians keep up?
Like most clinicians, Consultant Histopathologist Dr. Lipsita Patnaik, wants to give her patients the best possible care, but she faces a significant challenge. Medical knowledge has been expanding exponentially.
Knowing--in medicine - PubMed
In this paper we argue that knowledge in health care is a multidimensional dynamic construct, in contrast to the prevailing idea of knowledge being an objective state. Polanyi demonstrated that knowledge is personal, that knowledge is discovered, and that knowledge has explicit and tacit dimensions. ...