MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BASED ON EXPERT SYSTEM (Case Study: Infection Sub. Division, Department Of Child Health Dr. Hasan Sadikin Central General Hospital, Bandung)
Firdaus, Oktri Mohammad
Zakiyyah, Eki Rakhmah
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This paper concerns research of the knowledge acquisition process known as one of the most important parts in knowledge management especially in an expert system based. The purpose of the research is to find out the proper expert system for medical field especially on department of child health. This field has its own nature of tacit knowledge, for example, we could see habits of a senior consultant in taking care of a patient. Those activities are still the key factors for the doctors to gain success. Meanwhile, due to the complexity in the world of medical today, those activities surely are just not enough. That is why an expert system approach is needed. A knowledge model known as “process ladder” is used to support the development of this expert system. The model shows inputs, outputs, sources, roles, and also correlation between decisions and each process or task from its section. The result of the analysis would be a beneficial expert system for medical field such as knowledge transfer among doctors. Moreover, the result would therefore contribute in knowledge development in particular, and add to the area of knowledge management in general.