Monthly Archives: February 2011

The “Meaningful Use” Wakeup Call


 The essence of “Meaningful Use” (MU) is a move to Electronic Medical/Electronic Health Records. The goals are laudable, the qualification criteria are minimal, and financial incentives are available.  The problem is with Return on Investment (ROI) – the outflows exceed … Continue reading

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The Future of your Organization Depends on You . . .


ACM/BPM based automatic resource allocation software is needed to bridge strategic and operational planning in today’s dynamic business environment. Continue reading

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Success with BPM, looks easy, but it’s not easy, or is it?


Look no more for a blueprint for success with your Business Process Management initiatives. Continue reading

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What lies beyond Strategic and Operational Planning?


Strategic planning, operational planning, and then what? Continue reading

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Automation of office/services work. Well, I never. . .


Automation in the office/services sector, it’s not what you think. Continue reading

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It’s time, the walter said . . . to talk of many things . . .


As the nation sits sidelined, not because of snow, but rather waiting to hear what is likely to happen to ObamaCare, the basic question, really, remains how meaningful is “Meaningful Use’?” I got a message this morning with the subject … Continue reading

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