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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 [...]

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45-Minute Youtube Of My Wearable Workflow Keynote at SHS2015

Here it is! Slides and audio from my Society for Health Systems 2015 keynote! Hot off my hard drive! 45-minutes of wearables, Internet-Of-Things, workflow in healthcare goodness! There was quite a torrent of tweeting during the keynote, about the keynote (slides, quoted bullet points, etc.), so I’ve appended many of the best!

Wearable Workflow keynote presentation [...]

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Seven Posts About Wearable Workflow And Healthcare Unbound

(This is one of a series of blog posts addressing workflow and wearable themes at this year’s Healthcare Unbound conference. Head on over to Seven Posts About Wearable Workflow And Healthcare Unbound and read them in sequence! For introductions to healthcare workflow tech, see my five-part series or my 42-minute Youtube video.)
Looking forward to tweeting [...]

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Google Glass Intel Inside®, The Internet Of Things, and The Maker Movement

(This is one of a series of blog posts addressing workflow and wearable themes at this year’s Healthcare Unbound conference. Head on over to Seven Posts About Wearable Workflow And Healthcare Unbound and read them in sequence! For introductions to healthcare workflow tech, see my five-part series or my 42-minute Youtube video.)
Fascinating article on #GoogleGlass [...]

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Patient Engagement and Wearable Technology: From Around The Web

Today I’m attending the Consumer Health IT Summit AND working on my slides for a webinar tomorrow,Wearable Workflow Needs Health Systems Engineering (register here). (And following tweets from the HBMA conference and writing this blog post!) Tomorrow’s webinar is about wearables and classic concerns of industrial engineering in healthcare, namely work (and workflow) improvement. But [...]

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