Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Proof-of-Concept Google Glass Hospital Environmental Services Task Management App

Lots of folks are creating incredible Glass apps for physicians, especially to supplement, or even replace, EHR user interfaces. But no one, to my knowledge, is working on a Glass task management system for cleaning and stocking hospital rooms. While this aspect of environmental services has special wrinkles, such as dealing with isolation rooms where [...]

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Business Process Management Tackles Population Health Management

I just sat through an Xcellent webinar about CareXcell from Siemens Healthcare Its title was Population Health Management: One Person At A Time. Talk about tackling the right healthcare problems with the right technology! As soon as a link to the recorded webinar is available, I’ll post it here. In the meantime I’d like to [...]

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I’m Participating in a Panel On the Future of Mobile and BPM at Appian World

(Like the title says) I’m participating in a panel on the future of mobile and BPM at Appian World Thursday, May 1st here in Washington, DC.

Chuck Webster, Google Glass Explorer and President EHR Workflow
James Woods, Business Analyst, Bank of Tennessee
Sergo Grigalashvili, VP, Information & Communication Technology, Crawford & Company
Michael Beckley, CTO & Co-Founder, Appian

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Out Of The Health IT Tar Pit: My Comments on A Robust Health Data Infrastructure

A Robust Health Data Infrastructure is an HHS report addressing why Meaningful Use has, so far, failed to deliver on early promises to dramatically improve healthcare while reducing cost. At its core is a proposed architecture to facilitate more interoperable EHRs and health IT systems. Since I also recently weighed in on why interoperability has [...]

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Day Two of Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum: Show Me More Workflow

I’m back for day two of the Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum in Washington DC! Here’s my report from Day One. I’m looking for even more workflow tech, and I find it.
Sufferin Succotash! I'm back at #hcbizintel again today! Please follow along http://t.co/kWBP6S3rqr via @youtube http://t.co/8eTMDiMfRE
— Charles Webster, MD (@wareFLO) April 17, 2014

Below is the venue, [...]

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