The Center for Knowledge Management (CKM), led by Dr. Nunzia Bettinsoli Giuse, Vice President for Knowledge Management, supports the knowledge-strata of the organization through innovative processes of knowledge acquisition, organization, and dissemination. The purpose of the Center for Knowledge Management is to extract and share new knowledge by capturing, managing, and transforming external and internal, hard and experiential data into a reusable format. CKM scientists possess an in-depth understanding of sound practices in knowledge management, spanning a wide-array of disciplines from knowledge mining, content filtering, information seeking, and data organization. Leveraging these abilities, CKM professionals extract tacit knowledge residing within medical center personnel and systems, elicit the subjective insight of experts, and curate explicit knowledge. CKM creates new products and services for wide-scale information reuse which increase immediate and long-term institutional effectiveness. CKM facilitates a collaborative environment which cuts across the cognitive diversity and wealth of expertise of the institution, actively contributing its knowledge as one of the key sources of competitive advantage for the organization and the community-at-large (e.g., social behavioral determinants of health/population health informatics).