The Development and Use of CHART
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Guest post by Chris Schmitt, Worldwide WebSphere Industry Marketing Manager
I've covered the medical practice and healthcare delivery challenges as well as the efficiencies, purpose and scope of CHART in the preceding blog posts in this Healthcare and Life Sciences series. To develop and use a CHART application, the authorized subscriber performs the following steps:
1) Visit: CHART.com
2) Register as a CHART user, providing required certifications and billing information as required for your provider class (e.g., accredited healthcare delivery organization or licensed provider).
3) Model process using IBM Blueworks Live™.
4) Import process to IBM SmartCloud® Enterprise (SCE).
5) Define included events decision and predictive analytics parameter values, as needed.
6) Define connectivity from SCE process resources to subscriber’s on-premise IT resources (e.g., applications, databases) and web services at your (or other) sites, as needed.
7) Define monitoring parameters, also known as key performance indicators (KPIs), using Business Activity Monitor including IBM Cognos© analytics.
8) Choreograph and deploy process using BPM Process Center.
9) Initiate process operation.
10) Respond to appropriate manual prompts as included in deployed process and required by current status of process operation (e.g., verify patient-provider relationship or patient-authorized disclosure).
11) Repeat Step #3 through Step #9 at any time, as needed, to modify, expand or optimize process operation.
To learn more about these solutions and process management technology from IBM, meet the experts and clients at IBM Impact 2013. Plan to attend Impact to being realizing CHART for your Healthcare or Life Sciences organization!
Read another blog post to learn more about CHART efficiencies
Read another blog post to learn more about the purpose and scope of CHART