The Mediator Effect of Knowledge Management Orientation in the Relationship between Information Technology Support and Knowledge Quality
This correlational study assessed the effect of
information technology within the health sector on knowledge
quality. In this context, the mediator roles of explicit and tacit
knowledge management orientation in the relationship between
information technology and knowledge quality were
Healthcare employees of four public hospitals in Konya that is a
province of Turkey were administrated knowledge quality scale
of wood (2005), explicit and tacit knowledge management
orientation scale and information technology support scale,
which were developed by Choi and Lee (2003) and cited from
the study of Wood (2005).
Study results focused on that information technology among
healthcare employees has a positive effect on knowledge quality
and explicit and tacit knowledge management orientation has a
mediator role within this relation.