The Knowledge Management Technology Task Force was charged to envision how, over
the next five years, the Academic Health Center (AHC) will use electronic technology in
education and health service delivery to provide outstanding and cutting-edge academic
programs and practice. This task is necessary due to the rapidly changing context for
health professional education: Health professional education and care delivery are
undergoing rapid digitization; information is being generated and disseminated at
increasingly fast rates; educational models are shifting from a focus on teaching to a
focus on learning; and health professional education and care delivery are becoming more
Documents (final report and executive summary) providing recommendations to improve the Academic Health Center by incorporating electronic technology in education and in patient health services.
Olson, Debra; Perkowski, Linda.
Transforming the University: Final Report of the Knowledge Management Technology Task Force.
University of Minnesota.
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