Tag Archives: Case Management

A framework for development of a Case Management Maturity Model


Case is a methodology that helps you to manage short and medium term business activity based on orchestration received from background BPM and governance from rule sets at the run-time environment that is hosting Case. Case Managers/workers usually need supplementary … Continue reading

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The importance of pre-conditions and post-conditions in the “new” BPM


Traditional BPM had little need for  pre-conditions and post-conditions at process steps. The combination of flow graph logic and data collection checks and balances put in place at process steps by BPM flow graph designers provided reasonable expectation of no-fault … Continue reading

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Patient- Centric Care – Basic EHR Needs


When I was a child, our family doctor did house calls. Visits were particularly remarkable during snowstorms when the good doctor would arrive with horse and sleigh. We will never get back to the “good old days” but it is … Continue reading

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Where’s The Beef? – An under the hood look at “seamlessly integrated” BPMs


In the market for a BPMs? Make sure you look under the hood. Continue reading

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Check your Business Rules on the way in and out


All successful business activity takes place under the control of Business Rules. There are two types of Business Rules, those that issue warnings and those that cause hard stops. In highly-automated systems such as automobiles, an audible or visual warning … Continue reading

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Who’s on First? What’s on Second?


Abbott and Costello, back in 1945, got it about right. In any business, you need to take control over WHAT, WHY, WHO, WHERE and WHEN. If you are able to manage these variables there is very little left to fall … Continue reading

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