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BPR in the Healthcare Setting:

BPR in the Healthcare Setting Melinda Sager 4/15/2013 Transforming the Organization Kent Lacy

Why BPR in Healthcare?:

Healthcare is a business Interoperability Ross , D. A. (2010). Process engineering: A necessary step to a better public health system. Information Knowledge Systems Management, 8(1-4), 299-309. doi:10.3233/IKS-2009-0144 Why BPR in Healthcare?

Necessary steps for process redesign in healthcare:

Clinically led Current state assessment Design Optimize Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment. Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79. Necessary steps for process redesign in healthcare

Clinically Led:

Physicians Nurses Pharmacists Social Workers Other Clinician Members or Organization Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment . Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79. Clinically Led

Current State Assessment:

Governance Assessment Environmental Assessment Stakeholder Analysis Risk Management Process Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment. Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79. Current State Assessment

Design:

High-Level Work Flows Failure Mode, Effects Analysis (FMEA) Future Design Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment. Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79. Design

Context Diagram:

Ross , D. A. (2010). Process engineering: A necessary step to a better public health system. Information Knowledge Systems Management, 8(1-4), 299-309. doi:10.3233/IKS-2009-0144 Context Diagram

Task Flow Diagrams:

Ross, D. A. (2010). Process engineering: A necessary step to a better public health system. Information Knowledge Systems Management, 8(1-4), 299-309. doi:10.3233/IKS-2009-0144 Task Flow Diagrams

Optimize:

Final Step Conduct gap analysis FMEA review Documentation outlining future Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment . Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79. Optimize

BPR Implementation Limitations in Healthcare:

Starting Point Framework/Approach being used Jansen-Vullers, M. H., & Reijers, H. A. (2005). BUSINESS PROCESS REDESIGN IN HEALTHCARE: TOWARDS A STRUCTURED APPROACH. Infor, 43(4), 321-339. BPR Implementation Limitations in Healthcare

Thank:

Thank YOU

References:

Fickenscher , K., & Bakerman, M. (2011). Process Redesign Is Key to Successful IT Deployment . Physician Executive, 37(3), 76-79 . Jansen-Vullers , M. H., & Reijers, H. A. (2005). BUSINESS PROCESS REDESIGN IN HEALTHCARE : TOWARDS A STRUCTURED APPROACH. Infor, 43(4), 321-339. Kock, N. (2007). Systems analysis and design fundamentals: A business process redesign approach. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Ross , D. A. (2010). Process engineering: A necessary step to a better public health system . Information Knowledge Systems Management, 8(1-4), 299-309. doi:10.3233/IKS-2009-0144 References

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