Monthly Archives: April 2013

My Tenuous EHR Workflow Content Curation Connection to Anthony D. Weiner

I never thought I’d write a blog post with a title mentioning Anthony D. Weiner. I saw a story about him in the New York Times. The first paragraph mentioned his helping an EMR company. So I tweeted the following tweet.

The mentioned EMR company rang a bell. Ahh! I remember them. Last year I [...]

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New Post on HCBPM.com: AppianWorld 2012 Trip Report, Just In Time For AppianWorld 2013 (Plus Ten Questions)

I published a new, and quite lengthy, blog post on my Healthcare Business Process Management blog. Check it out!
AppianWorld 2012 Trip Report, Just In Time For AppianWorld 2013 (Plus Ten Questions)

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May 23rd I’m Giving a Free Webinar “The Power of Process” on Workflow Automation, BPM and Healthcare

[The webinar is now past, but you can watch it on YouTube! Chuck Webster MD on “The Power of Process: Workflow, BPM & Healthcare” A Webinar.]
Process-aware technology is invading healthcare by many routes. Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud and Language technologies promise to transform healthcare information management for the better. What do they all have in [...]

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Eliminating Medical Error #TEDMED #GreatChallenges Workshop Annotated Twanscript

On Friday, April 19th, I was one of 20 TEDMED Social Media Narrators assigned to twenty Great Challenges workshops. I was assigned to, and live-tweeted from, Eliminating Medical Errors. Here are my tweets. I’ve changed their order to reflect common themes and annotated where necessary or useful. There were lots of retweets from folks not [...]

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Post-TEDMED Ruminations About Social Media, Workflow, HatCam Interviews and SMACWL

I usually write a comprehensive trip report in which I try to synthesize major themes. But many folks beat me to that punch, and did great jobs to boot. So I refer you to the following blog posts about patients, data, and big ideas.

The Biggest “Big Ideas” At TEDMED 2013 (Ken Congdon, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare [...]

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