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  1. Posted February 18, 2013 at 11:56 am | Permalink

    Yep. Love the spaghetti image. And once again, the solution is in the data. Smart mining, smart harvesting makes improvement possible. Thanks Chuck.

  2. chuckwebster
    Posted February 18, 2013 at 12:09 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Barry!

    By the way, love the “Is Your Data Frozen” on your home page.

    Reminds me of my “Frozen EHR Workflow” post!

    The more instrumented, malleable, and systematically improvable EHR and HIT workflow becomes, the better.

  3. Andrew
    Posted April 7, 2013 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

    The distinctive value of new process mining insights, to explore and quantitatively represent the organisational and patient context behind key reporting metrics (or KPIs) in health care is very interesting.

    This is particularly relevant in Australia, where we’re nearing a universal Activity Based Funding (ABF) schedule, and are on the way towards Performance Based Funding (PBF) of hospital activities through set, ‘efficient’ prices for services.

    The usefulness (or rather lack of usefulness) of traditional BI type KPIs within ABF and PBF programs, and within the performance improvement initiatives that will be required by health providers in order to provide services at the ‘efficient price’, is already well documented and discussed within a Health Economics and Health Informatics space.

    It’s exciting to now see the multidisciplinary convergence, around data/reporting/management/improvement issues in health care, and how new computer science methods (like process mining of EHR) can help plug knowledge gaps, empirically.

    Thanks for your blog posts chuck - they really help me to get my head around Health BPM, and solidify and communicate my own ideas/projects.

  4. chuckwebster
    Posted April 8, 2013 at 4:46 pm | Permalink

    Thank YOU, Andrew!

    I believe that Wil van der Aalst of BPM and process mining research fame…

    Business Process Management: A Comprehensive Survey hindawi.com/isrn/se/2013/5… Historic overview of BPM and 20 use cases twitter.com/wvdaalst/statu…— Wil van der Aalst (@wvdaalst) February 13, 2013

    …is on sabbatical at QUT in Australia.

    Check out my interview with Prof. Aalst:

    Could Dutch Computer Scientist Wil van der Aalst Save U.S. Healthcare 600 Billion Dollars?

    And you should check out the free evaluation process mining software from FluxiconLabs.

    New Process Mining Tool Debuts: Healthcare Opportunities Abound!

    Thank you for your kind comments and excellent insight!

    Good luck and please come back to tell us about your successes!

    Cheers

    –Chuck

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