Monthly Archives: March 2014

Case Management – Tips & Tricks III – Data Exchange

In Tips & Tricks I and II we looked at Work Scheduling, Decision Support and Work Performance. This blog post deals with the reality that no Case Management software suite is an island. Most corporations have legacy systems that source … Continue reading

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Case Management -Tips & Tricks II – Decision-Support/Work Performance

In Case Management Tips & Tricks I, we explored various means of scheduling work across Cases and across Case workers. This post describes the range of decision-support and work performance facilities available to users in a typical workflow management environment. … Continue reading

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Case Management – Tips and Tricks I – Work Scheduling

Case management requires putting a sharp focus on periodic assessment of progress toward meeting a set of objectives. Objectives at a Case can be unique to that Case, some can be pervasive across multiple Cases. The typical scenario is multiple … Continue reading

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