[Forwarding this from the KM-LIST ... thank you, Mark & Giora,
for sharing this piece with us. =ppy] (01)
... I just spent the last couple of hours myself viewing this
incredibly succinct rendering on what's at stake, what are the
fundamental issues, and how they can be addressed. (02)
I would highly recommend this to everyone here. A bit long, maybe
... but worth every minute of your time! (03)
Webcast archives at:
TITLE: Science & Health in the 21st Century Panel Discussion (05)
Research!America hosts a panel of health care experts,
pharmaceutical companies and research agencies to discuss Science
and Health in the 21st Century. David Gergen, editor-at-large,
U.S. News & World Report will moderate the panel and Ralph
Cicerone, PhD, president, National Academy of Sciences is the
keynote speaker. (06)
3/21/2006: WASHINGTON, DC: 2 hr. 15 min.
... a must-see, for those of us who want to really get to the
root of the problem. (08)
Regards. =ppy (09)
P.S. A reference to EHR (electronic health records), a key issue
being addressed in the NHIN-RFI which we, as a community
responded to, was also touched upon by the panel. =ppy
> ----- Forwarded by Giora Hadar/AWA/FAA on 03/24/2006 08:59 AM -----
> (This is posted on behalf of Mark Montgomery.)
> I watched a C Span program last night sponsored by Research America that
> mirrored our discussion here in some respects. Moderated by David Gergen
> and Ralph Cicerone, PhD, president, National Academy of Sciences is the
> keynote speaker.
> Also heads of research from Pfeizer, Abott, and other members.
> One of the best sessions I've ever seen on American competitiveness and
> innovation with related KM issues at the core.
> Pfeizer's head of global R&D talks about how his company is a knowledge
> creating organization, and how that relates to the global economy.
> The Director of the NSF and National Academy of Sciences discussed at
> length the problems with education and our society/organizations
> approach to multi-disciplinary areas preventing solving complex problems.
> I consider it essential for KM practitioners in healthcare and/or R&D:
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