6 Replies Latest reply on Oct 17, 2014 10:49 AM by babate

    Food for thought: Why Fragmentation in Healthcare is Bad

    babate Advanced

      Fragmentation is bad.... access, findability, and up-to-date knowledge is good


      On that note, there's a great write up in the Harvard Business Review about the Mayo Clinic that describes how knowledge management is the key to improving care across all settings and financial stability (click here): Overcoming Fragmentation in Health Care - John Noseworthy - Harvard Business Review


      The Mayo Clinic CEO contends we can effectively reduce fragmentation and variability in care by creating tools to share knowledge among providers in their communities.