Idea Sex About Care Management Systems, Distributed Task Management, And Workflow Technology

During the next three days, Monday through Wednesday, I’m attending (and speaking at) the Business Process Management and Case Management Summit (#BPMCM15 on Twitter) here in Washington, DC. I’ll be speaking about “wearable workflow” and the Internet of Things in healthcare, on Tuesday. But I’ll be thinking about the title of this blog post during the summit. There is perhaps no more concentrated venue of discussion of intelligent and flexible task management than the yearly BPM and Case Management Summit. During the next couple years, “Care Management Systems” will come to dominate the health IT vendor landscape. I have strong opinions about which classes of IT architectures will work best for flexible, scalable, distributed, intelligent healthcare task management (basically, they need to be “process-aware). Since the summit is such an excellent place to ask true experts on BPM and case management about how to leverage their technologies in healthcare, I decided to telegraphy my punch, so to speak, and archive the following Sunday morning, talking to myself tweets. Feel free to reply to any of them, from either the workflow tech industry or from health IT. I look forward to the conversation and the “idea sex.” :)

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