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Process-Aware EHR Workflow Management Systems: Essentials, History, Healthcare (Written In 2004!)

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In 2003 and 2004, I wrote a series of white papers about workflow-centric, instead of data-centric, EHRs. It’s taken 13 years, but much of what I wrote is finally becoming [...]

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The Critical Difference Between Workflow Management Versus Mere Workflow: Process-Aware HIT

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In 2003 and 2004, I wrote a series of white papers about workflow-centric, instead of data-centric, EHRs. It’s taken 13 years, but much of what I wrote is finally becoming [...]

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The Critical Importance of Executable Model Of EHR Workflow: Process-Aware HIT

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In 2003 and 2004, I wrote a series of white papers about workflow-centric, instead of data-centric, EHRs. It’s taken 13 years, but much of what I wrote is finally becoming [...]

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Different Versus Same Person Versus Time EHR Workflow: Process-Aware HIT

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In 2003 and 2004, I wrote a series of white papers about workflow-centric, instead of data-centric, EHRs. It’s taken 13 years, but much of what I wrote is finally becoming [...]

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Multi-Specialty, Multi-Site, Multi-Encounter Workflow Management: Process-Aware HIT

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In 2003 and 2004, I wrote a series of white papers about workflow-centric, instead of data-centric, EHRs. It’s taken 13 years, but much of what I wrote is finally becoming [...]

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