POW! HIT! People & Organizations improving Workflow w/Health Info Tech
POW! HIT! People & Organizations improving Workflow w/Health Info Tech

@EHRworkflow Blog

The is a "sidekick" blog to my main blog EHR Workflow Management Systems at ChuckWebster.com. There I publish long, complicated, thoughtful blogs thousands of words in length. Here? Not so much. It's mostly for snippets of content too big for a tweet but too small to grace the main deck of the mothership.

If you're looking for my POW! HIT! Profiles, they're here (explanation and most recent) and here (alphabetical index). POW! HIT! stands for People and Organizations improving Workflow in Healthcare with Information Technology (or Ideas and Technology, depending on context). However, I'll write or post content relevant to POW! HIT! on this and the mother blog. Thanks for stopping by. Please leave a comment!

Chuck Webster MD MSIE MSIS

With degrees in Accountancy, Industrial Engineering, Computational Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence, and Medicine, Dr. Webster can see around corners. He designed the first undergraduate program in Medical Informatics, was CMIO for an EHR vendor, and wrote the first three winning applications for the HIMSS Davies Award for EHR Ambulatory Excellence. Chuck opines about healthcare workflow and related and unrelated topics from @wareFLO (#HIMSS13 Top Tweeter) and DMV: the District, Maryland, and Virginia.

Hajo Reijers of Perceptive SW on Healthcare BPM 3: What Excites You About Perceptive SW?

3. When and how did you come to become Perceptive Software’s Head of BPM Research? From your unique perspective, one foot in research and one in industry, what are you most excited about in Perceptive Software’s product pipeline?

I started in this new role in September 2012. Perceptive Software offers a wide suite of products, which include tools to search through large amounts of data, tools to turn unstructured information into a manageable form, a wide set of process management tools, and content management tools (for which it is best known for). What thrills me are the opportunities that there are in combining the data that is collected and managed by what were once separate tools. Process management, for example, will become more effective through deeply understanding the data context of the activities that are being managed. Also, access to historic and contextual data will help to better predict the nature of new cases and how they can be managed best.

Question 4 (What Will Make Process Mining Successful?) and Hajo Reijers' answer will be published very soon.

Follow @EHRworkflow to be sure not to miss it.

Feel free to catch up on earlier portions of this interview with Hajo Reijers of Perceptive Software:







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