- Describe what Rules are and what they are used for.
- Analyze legislation and construct rules documentation.
- Describe how Rules relate to Products in CÃºram.
- Explain the purpose and features of Rule Sets.
- Outline the functionality and scope of the CER Editor.
- Create new Rule Sets by using the CER Editor.
- Set up new Dynamic Evidence types.
- Explain the significance of generated Rule Sets to Dynamic Products.
This course provides an introduction to building the rules and rule sets that are developed and published via the IBM CÃºram Express Rules (CER) framework. The course describes the key business analysis tasks required to transform legislation or other statutory documentation into rule sets that can be defined, published, and maintained via CER. It introduces the concepts and tasks that underpin rules development, focusing on how rules development can be performed via the CER framework. The course covers out-of-the-box CER functionality. It also enables learners to gain practical experience of the CER Editor operations that are typically required of a range of personnel working on CÃºram projects.
You should have
- a working knowledge of health and human services program
- an experience of typical business analysis activities related to system implementations
- an experience of translating Social Welfare legislation into Eligibility and Entitlement business rules
You should have attended Fundamentals of the IBM CÃºram SPM Platform for Business Analysts 6.0.5 (9D470).
- The main analysis tasks involved in IBM CÃºram Express Rules development.
- Analyzing legislation and other statutory documents with a view to translating them into rules and rule sets.
- Rules development via the IBM CÃºram CER framework.
- The main features and functions of the IBM CÃºram CER Rules Editor application.
- Best-practice interactions between business analysts and developers during rules implementation via CER.