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A Little Clinical Workflow News…

by Jerome Carter on November 9, 2016 · 0 comments

Last week, I finally started work on a clinical workflow book that I hope will be published in late spring of 2017. The working title is Clinical Workflow: Methods, Models and Software Applications. The book will contain 14 to 15 chapters and will be written as a practical handbook suitable for classroom use. Topics covered […]

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Clinical care consists of processes, and workflows are the means by which processes are carried out. Supporting clinical work with software requires, at a minimum, a detailed understanding of clinicians’ workflows, a means of representing those workflows in a computable format, and systems that can make use of the computable formats.   Clinical workflow analysis (CWFA) […]

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Clinical Workflow Center Human factors methods are valuable tools for analyzing the nuances of clinical work.   Gaining familiarity with these methods can require a good deal of time and searching.   A new resource page has been added to Clinical Workflow Center to make life easier for those who want to begin exploring human factors techniques.   […]

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