Collaboration Upgrade

Butcher, Lola
September 2007
HealthLeaders Magazine;Sep2007, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p46
This article focuses on the use of the Internet in the U.S. health-care sector. Web-based technology is being used by healthcare leaders to help members of their organizations collaborate, both internally and externally. One example concerned the Catholic Health Initiatives. The staffers of Catholic Health Initiatives are being encouraged by the management to participate in knowledge communities. These Web-based communities will allow them to share information with their peers at sister hospitals.


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