Category Archives: EHR Workflow

Transcribed Slides For My 42-Minute Webinar on Ebola, EHR Workflow Engines, Editors, and Visibility

(This is a full-text transcription of one slide from my November 5th 42-minute webinar on Ebola and EHR Workflow Engines, Editors, and Visibility. Please excuse occasional “typos” as I’ve not proofed every word. Consider watching the Youtube video. My original post announcing the webinar includes motivating context and an outline. Thank you!)

My name is Charles [...]

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Youtube Recording of My Webinar on Ebola and EHR Workflow Engines, Editors, & Visibility

Missed the webinar! No prob! Here it is on Youtube! Cheers!

The hashtag is #EHRworkflowNov5.
This webinar is not just for physicians (the domain is pediatric workflow). It’s for patients, providers, payers, policy wonks, and politicians too. Literally everyone, who comes into contact with healthcare workflows and processes, is affected by our workflow-oblivous information systems! [...]

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Xcite Health Pediatric EHR Webinar Features Ex EncounterPRO CMIO Dr. Webster On EHR Workflow

(Webinar registration link!)
Here’s the official webinar description:
Award-Winning Pediatric EHR Workflow System is Back and Better than Ever
(My original title was “3-Time HIMSS Davies MU Stage 2 Pediatric EHR Workflow System Is Back!” but it was deemed to wordy. In retrospect, I agree: boo-boo!)
Torn from the headlines: “EHR Workflow Flaw Led to Initial Release of [...]

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A Pediatric EHR Workflow System: 10 Questions For Barry Hayut, Xcite Health

Just in time for the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference in San Diego, here is one of my increasingly infamous 10 question in-the-weeds interviews! This time about a remarkable pediatric EHR workflow system (also used by other primary care specialists). It used to be named EncounterPRO, under which name it won the first three [...]

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Ebola, EHRs, and Evidence-Based Workflow: We Need Open and Transparent Healthcare Workflows

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Ebola patient released from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, died this morning at 7:51 a.m. The hospital first blamed a flaw in EHR workflow, but then retracted that claim the next day. Social media has been fractious. Basically, whether you like EHRs, as currently designed and implemented (”See, I told you so!”), [...]

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