Electronic Health Records Transformation
- Start Date:
- Thursday, 15 September, 2016
- End Date:
- Thursday, 15 September, 2016 4:40pm
- Oncology, Dermatology, Nephrology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Immunology, Pain Management, Psychiatry
What is it about? This case study driven conference is designed to bring together clinical, operational and EPR staff to focus on the challenges of transitioning to EHR. Whether you are at the pre-purchase and assessment stage identifying what you need or your service has already gone live and is dealing with missed targets, bad behaviour and poor processes, this day will delve into the detail of planning, processes and people, equipping you with the tools to fulfil your EHR transformation goals.
Why should you attend? EHR transformation is an epic undertaking with awesomely complicated issues. Created specifically for those trusts who need to sort out their clinical and operations side of EHR, this exclusive gathering of case study examples and change management tools will enable a new vision for different organisations who may have their IT in place but need their clinical and operational staff up to speed.
There are five key focuses of the day:Planning and infrastructure: experience insight into project management and process mapping plans and realityTransition experiences: lessons learnt from the phased in, partial and the big bang approachesChange management techniques: using capacity and demand, continuous improvement, process mapping and lean improvement tools to enable effective EHR transformationTransition records management: from tracking and governance to storage and space, the practicalities of full and hybrid EHRClinical engagement: how to involve the right people, achieve clinician commitment and ensure that information is accessed effectively Key learning outcomes Who has done it, and done it well so their EHR is still working? When go live causes different parts of the organisation to break at different times, this interactive day will equip you with the right planning tools for:Planning and procurement: leveraging continuous implementationGo live and follow up: sorting out immediate and long term problemsUsing capacity and demand, process mapping, continuous and lean improvementUnderstanding clinicians and managing people's reactions to changeSuccessfully changing transactions from paper to electronic
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Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare
SBK Healthcare is the leading provider of service delivery conferences, seminars and workshops for managers, nurses and clinicians working in the NHS.
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