Category Archives: clinical-intelligence

10 Questions For @PrimeDimensions: Real-Time, Event-Driven, Complex Event Processing In Government and Healthcare

A few years ago I flew all the way to Cape Town, South Africa to present a paper at the triennial World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics, commonly know as MedInfo. My topic was a “big picture” framework of how electronic health records can be supplemented with process-aware Business Process Management ideas and tech. [...]

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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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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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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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Cutting Through The (Healthcare) Big Data Hype at #BigDataTechCon

The best antidote to hype about a technology (in this case, Big Data) is knowledge about the technology (especially the Hadoop ecosystem plus complementary and competing technologies).
Here’s a completely gratuitous photo of default slide #BigDataTechCon displays between speakers. PS Great conference! twitter.com/EHRworkflow/st…
— Charles Webster, MD(@EHRworkflow) April 9, 2013

So, off I went to Big Data Tech [...]

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