Tag Archives: non-intuitive decision making

eCases, the final frontier for workflow management?


Ask any healthcare worker, ask any law enforcement officer, and they will tell you what a “Case” is.  Case was, and for many, still is, a “file folder”. Everything has to be in one place in order to make informed … Continue reading

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Removing Subjectivity from Clinical Decision-Making at Chart Review Time


In medicine it’s all about discharge planning. Some agencies subscribe to the idea that discharge planning should start from the 1st encounter because patients want solutions to their problems, sooner than later, with the proviso that solutions remain persistent. When … Continue reading

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