Clinical Workflow Center (CWC) accepts a variety of content.
All material submitted must be original, and all copyrights should belong to the person submitting the material. In submitting content for publication on CWC, the copyright owner grants CWC a non-exclusive, perpetual license to display the submitted material ONLY on CWC. All copyrights are retained by the creator/owner of the submitted content.
Articles must be at least 750 words in length, but not more than 4000. A series of articles (two to five) on a specific topic is acceptable as well. Article submissions should be accompanied by the full name, title, organization, and brief bio (no more than 75-100 words) of the submitter.
All articles are grouped into one of three categories: Workflow in Practice, Professional Skills, or BPM & Workflow Technology.
Workflow in Practice
Workflow in Practice articles should address practical applications of workflow analysis & modeling in solving real-world problems in clinical care and HIT use. Case studies and descriptions of workflow techniques applied to implementation, CDS, care coordination, software selection, and optimization are good examples.
Professional Skills articles focus on the mastery and expert application of workflow analysis and modeling tools and methods. Typical topics: learning BPMN, Petri nets, mathematical models of workflow, performing a cognitive task analysis, determining the level of detail required for a model, and using YAWL .
BPM & Workflow Technology
Here, the focus is on understanding and using workflow automation tools. Typical topics: tutorials on BPM product features, product reviews, process mining, or implementing workflow technology, and workflow application development.
Vendors are encouraged to submit announcements of new releases and updates of products/services. Announcements must provided the following information:
- Product Name
- Release Date
- Contact email/phone
- Blurb of 75 words or less
Events will be accepted for posting and should provide the following:
- Event Name
- Blurb of 75 words or less.