An introduction to Business Process Management for Healthcare (BPM+ Health).

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This is the next in the BCS Health and Care series of webinars on business process management (BPM).

This webinar will provide an introduction to BPM+ using the preoperative surgical journey as an example.

Our speakers will demonstrate visual modelling and automation for the preoperative surgical journey based on the three open standards that make up BPM+.

BPM+ Health is a multidisciplinary initiative, with high levels of participation from clinicians, to improve the quality and consistency of healthcare delivery. It is achieving this by applying business process modelling standards to clinical best practices, care pathways and workflows directly at the point of care.

Further information on BPM+ Health

View slides and videos from previous webinars in the series 

About the speakers

Dr. John Svirbely is a pathologist with an interest in clinical decision support and the CMIO (Chief Medical Information Officer) at Trisotech.

Denis Gagne is CEO and CTO of Trisotech, a leading Standard Based Low-Code Workflows and Decisions enterprise software vendor. For more than two decades, Denis has been a driving force behind most international BPM standards in use today. Denis is a member of the steering committee of the BPM+ Health Community of Practice, where he also leads the Ambassador program. For the Object Management group (OMG), Denis is Chair of the BPMN Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG) and an active contributing member to the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), the Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN), and the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) work groups.

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Webinar: Modelling the preoperative surgical journey
Date and time
Thursday 20 October, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

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