In addition to creating dashboards the general progress of a project, it is also possible to create a dashboard for the analysis of an existing process. The first steps will include: The number of tasks and their specific path in the process and The time taken for each task and Elapsed time between each task [...]
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Much is being written on the topic of process dashboards, but in reality there is not as much being done as is possible. I will start today by making the case for a process dashboard and we will pick up how best to go about doing this in detail in the coming days. Process dashboards [...]
When you are ready to start up your process mapping project spend some time agreeing on the standards that everyone will use to create and publish the maps. This will save anguish later, as you try and bring order to a growing collection of process maps. Naming conventions Use a logical name for the process [...]
Process maps have a lifecycle of their own, but is often not recognized by those authoring, reviewing or receiving them. Here is the cycle as we see it. For each step of the Lifecycle you may want to increase or reduce to the amount of information available to the audience involved. For example: Discovery of [...]
Document Processes (Page 2 of 2) The Simplified Process Mapping RoadMap provides a framework for all aspects of documenting and improving processes. By documenting these processes tremendous savings can be made in time and energy. This section covers documenting existing processes and follows yesterdays post here. Click on the image for more details. Once [...]
Rick Rein and Tricia Lanzel from Mayo Clinic described this map and the process they used to create during a joint presentation at HFMA. (Healthcare Finance Management Association) We have published the map to the web so you can view it, follow the hyperlinks and learn about Mayo’s approach to mapping the revenue cycle. Please [...]