From the letter:
"The task force should develop a Knowledge Management Technology Plan for the Academic Health Center. The plan should:
1.) Define the use of knowledge management technology in the education and training of health professionals and for interprofessional education.
2.) Define the competencies of health professional students, faculty and staff for the use of knowledge management technology.
3.) Define the knowledge management technology needs in teaching and learning for the Academic Health Center for the next five years, including distance education, life-long learning, simulation, virtual and game-technology, electronification of personal health information, health records, and care delivery.
4.) Define the technical infrastructure necessary to support knowledge management technology and the interface between AHC Information Systems and the University’s Office of Information Technology for the support of learning opportunities.
5.) Develop a plan for the acquisition and implementation of the knowledge management technology.
6.) Develop a short term and long term, high level, financial needs assessment for the knowledge management technology plan."
Cerra, Frank B..
Charge Letter, AHC Strategic Positioning Task Force on Knowledge Management Technology.
University of Minnesota: Academic Health Center.
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