Wearable Workflow, the Internet Of Things, and the Maker Movement: Free Full Text Download of My New Book Chapter

[Here's a pdf of the chapter! Enjoy!]

Just in time for this year’s HIMSS15 conference in Chicago, I’ve published a chapter about an idea I call “Wearable Workflow.” The chapter appears in the new book “BPM Everywhere (Tagline: Internet of Things, Process of Everything). All attendees at my Friday, April 10, 1:00PM-1:30PM EST, Google Hangout about a new hashtag I’m promoting — #HIMSSmakers — will get a free copy of my chapter! Just tweet me after, at @wareFLO. I’ll send you the link.

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Abstract

Wearable technology and the Internet of Things have incredible potential for improving healthcare workflow. From the original calculator watch to today’s smart glasses and smart clothing accessories, wearable technology seeks to weave (sometimes literally!) information and communication technology into everyday life and work, making it pervasive, intimate, and, metaphorically, friction free. Especially promising are applications in healthcare. These, for example, include patient monitors for the well and unwell and wearable user interfaces to health information systems. However, wearable tech will not succeed unless we get the workflow right. Getting the workflow right means understanding the relationship of wearable tech to the Internet of Things, driving workflow at the point-of-care, and analyzing and optimizing this workflow. Inexpensive Maker-style prototyping of 3D-printed wearable and Internet of Things gadgetry is a great way to explore Wearable Workflow. This presentation is based on the Dr. Webster’s recent 2015 keynote at the Society for Health Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineering Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference.

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