Proceedings of The International Workshop on Applied Modeling & Simulation
Knowledge is a key factor for the work in health care organizations. The theory of learning organizations is one possibility to describe knowledge processes. Despite this dissemination a concept for combing the organizational and technical dimension is still missing. For this organizational concepts are introduced to describe knowledge processes. A mapping between organizational theory and business economics offers the opportunity to use proven modelling languages like KMDL (for knowledge modelling) and 3LGM2 (for modelling IT architectures in health care organizations) on a conceptual basis. At least, both languages are combined and illustrated with the ideal-typical example of a clinical conference.