Monthly Archives: April 2009

“Meaningful Use” and EHR Business Process Management

Short Link: http://j.mp/5wN38z
I attended the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics hearing on “Meaningful Use” on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The NCVHS advises HHS on EHRs, among other things. The recent ARRA bill included billions for HIT but stipulated that only “meaningful use” of EHRs should qualify for financial incentives. However, the [...]

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(EHR) Workflow Management: Models, Methods, and Systems

Short Link: http://j.mp/6lbvOW
One of the most important researchers and writers about workflow management systems and business process management is Wil van der Aalst of the Eindhoven University of Technology. In 2002 Prof. van der Aalst and Kees van Hee published a book through MIT Press titled Workflow Management: Models, Methods, and Systems (WM:MMS) that has [...]

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Twitter Updates About Dr. Gonzalzles’ Workflow Management EMR Presentation

Short Link: http://j.mp/8QUWct
Last week I attended a presentation by Dr. Armand Gonzalzles on “Workflow Management EMR Systems and the Primary Care Physician” at the HIMSS conference in Chicago.

As an experiment and a means to share my experience I invited members of the EncounterPRO community to follow my twitter updates during that presentation. These “tweets” turned [...]

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Currently Attending The 2009 HIMSS Conference In Chicago

Short Link: http://j.mp/8uPelK
I will be, or am, or was (depending on when you read this) at the 2009 HIMSS conference in Chicago from Saturday April 4th to Tuesday April 8th.
Dr. Gonzalzles’ presentation ”Workflow Management EMR Systems and the Primary Care Physician,” is on Sunday, April 5, at 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM in Room S403b at [...]

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