Monthly Archives: April 2014

Day One of Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum: Show Me The Workflow

I am delighted to be attending the Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum here in DC. As usual, Industrial Engineer/MD that I am, I looked for workflow tech.
.@ReasObBob @GovHITeditor Show me the workflow tech! #HIMSS14 pic.twitter.com/qf0Hl5HD5r
— Charles Webster, MD (@wareFLO) March 5, 2014

That’s an old tweet, from the recent HIMSS14 conference. But it’s a fitting start [...]

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Complex Event Processing, Business Intelligence, and Business Process Management From Siemens Healthcare

Siemens Healthcare was and is a pioneer in use of business process management software at or near the point of care. I’ve written about them frequently and tweeted about them even more.
As a educator about process-aware tech in healthcare (workflow management systems, business process management, and dynamic/knowledge-based/adaptive case management software), I keep an eye on [...]

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Tweeting #HCBizIntel at the Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum

I’m attending, tweeting (and Google Glassing) the upcoming Healthcare Business Intelligence Forum here in DC on April 16-17.

This blog post is sort of a repeatedly updated running commentary before, during, and after #HCBizIntel. A place to embed tweets, Glass videos, and links to my own posts about clinical business intelligence.
In particular, as always, [...]

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10 Top Uses For Google Glass In Health IT Marketing and PR

I can’t attend the Health IT Marketing and PR Conference now in its second day in Las Vegas, due to a long planned beach vacation. However, monitoring its tweets certainly stimulated a lot of ideas! Yesterday I wrote Wishing I Was At #HITMC (Pssst: Hey buddy, wanna buy some workflow?).
Since then I’ve been using my [...]

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Wishing I was at #HITMC (Pssst: Hey buddy, wanna buy some workflow?)

I wish I was at the Health IT Marketing and PR Conference (the first of its kind marketing & PR event focused solely on healthcare B2B marketing and PR) today and tomorrow. But unfortunately I am at the beach on the other side of the continent! I’ll monitor the #HITMC hashtag while I’m out and [...]

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