Category Archives: Software Acquisition

Must-Have Features in a Run-Time Case Management Platform


Case Managers spend their time managing Cases and leveling and balancing resources across Cases.  Popular examples of Cases are Patients in healthcare, Investigations in law enforcement but, in general, a Case is just a cursor position at a post-relational database … Continue reading

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Hello, our name is . . .


This post is for readers who are new to this blog. Civerex is a 22-year veteran of the healthcare EHR wars, with occasional forages into the area of law enforcement, knowledgebase building, b2b, workflow management and data exchange. We are … Continue reading

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Stop Reading Exception Reports! – Managerial Productivity Series (I)


Looks like we are into a new series at this blog. A good productivity improvement starting position is to eliminate waste, allowing executives more time to work on more interesting/important work. Corporate executives who spend a lot of their time … Continue reading

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A Lean Horse For The Race


When you spend months justifying an initiative, it’s important to get a good start coming out of the gate. Projects are typically multi-dimensional. Each alternative can have different benefits, risks and uncertainties. When preparing an ROI, you owe it to … Continue reading

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Tired of your all-in-one ERP software system?


You studied the reviews, then selected the “best” all-in-one ERP system. What possibly went wrong now that you realize that this is not working for you? The explanation comes easy.  You spent years developing a set of “best practices” that … Continue reading

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How to sink sinking ships


In the healthcare industry, the message is starting to get across that deployment of circa-1960 healthcare services delivery software does not improve efficiency, effectiveness, throughput or productivity. The immediate impact following massive outlays of hard-earned money, is to see productivity … Continue reading

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Come Along And Be My Data Troll


I am following a LinkedIn discussion “EMR work: Who seem to be best contributors – Clinical or Technical?” My initial response was we need contributions from both. Revisiting the many posts, I feel it is important to point out that “technology” in … Continue reading

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The Little Red Hen and BPM


BPM can make the difference between success and failure in a business. But, there are pitfalls that need to be avoided. The little Red Hen said “Who will help me develop my processes?. “Not I,” barked the dog.”Not I,” meowed … Continue reading

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Your workflows or mine?


Organizations go to great lengths to acquire, improve and maintain a culture and infrastructure that gives them a competitive advantage. Organizations that succeed persist; organizations that are not successful at organization building usually fail over time, unless they have a … Continue reading

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