Ontology-based Competence Management for Healthcare Training Planning - A Case Study

C. Kunzmann, and A. Schmidt. 6th International Conference on Knowledge Management (I-KNOW 06), Graz , (2006)


With the increased pressure towards economic efficiency, hospitals and other healthcare institutions need to reengineer their internal organization and processes. This challenges human resources development with increased efficiency of training in general. We have developed a competence management concept for training planning at a big German hospital with a special focus on critically analyzing the suitability of state-of-the-art ontology-based approaches for the area of nursery. Experiences from the case study show the general feasibility, but also crucial issues summarized in this paper.

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