Monthly Archives: November 2009

Well Understood, Consistently Executed, Adaptively Resilient, and Systematically Improvable EHR Workflow

Short Link: http://j.mp/80VBlx
The key insight I hope to impart in this series of posts that started with 12 quotes is this: Well understood, consistently executed, adaptively resilient, and systematically improvable workflow *between* health care organizations is not possible without well understood, consistently executed, adaptively resilient, and systematically improvable workflow *within* health care organizations. Each post tries [...]

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Workflow-Related Interoperability Requirements for the High-Performance Medical Home

Short Link: http://j.mp/5v2fzq
Last week I posted 12 quotes, three from primary care sources, five from computing sources, and four from me. What was my purpose?
My purpose was and is (as usual) to raise the profile of workflow management systems and business process management with respect to the important goals of increasing the effectiveness and efficiency [...]

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The High-Performance Medical Home and Primary Care EMR Workflow Systems: Key Ideas

Short Link: http://j.mp/6iUspT
This is the first of several posts about the important role pediatric and primary care EMR workflow systems and business process management will play in achieving the high performance pediatric medical home model. A series of quotes sets the stage for further discussion in later posts. Here, I only editorialize a little bit, mostly through [...]

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