Clinical EMR Methodology


(6) Phase: Clinical EMR Methodology
TM

“EMR Implementation from a Nursing Perspective”

Clinical EMR Methodology is designed to:

  • Reduce FTE Nursing Hours
  • Shorten the EMR Project Time
This is accomplished by:

Utilizing “Three (3) Key Factors” for a successful EMR Implementation.

 KNOWLEDGEof the EMR Process,  Phases of the Project,  and Roles & Responsibilities.

STRATEGIC PLANNINGof the Clinical EMR Project Plan.

Including:

Seven (7) Critical Elements:

  • Clinical EMR Project Team
  • Change Management
  • Communication
  • Compliance
  • Work Flows
  • Policy & Procedures
  • Tracking Tools (for the entire project)

 TEAM EFFORTtakes the entire team to execute a successful implementation.

Six (6) Phase: Clinical EMR MethodologyTM

“EMR Implementation from a Nursing Perspective”

Phase 1:  Plan & Scope    Utilize the “Three (3) Key Factors” for a successful EMR Implementation:  Knowledge, Strategic Planning, and Team Effort.

Phase 2:  Build & Design   Customization of the Clinical EMR functionalities:  Documentation, Physician Orders, and Pharmacy for ALL Clinical Departments.

Phase 3:  Policy & Procedure   EMR Analysis; EMR Work Flow Impact; Clinical Work Flow Impact; and Compliance & Security Regulations.

Phase 4: Training   Training Delineation

Phase 5:  Implementation “Go Live”   Outline the:  Strategic Planning; Analysis of Critical Elements; and “Go Lives” for Documentation, Physician Orders, and Pharmacy for All Clinical Departments.

Phase 6:  Exit & Maintenance   Includes:  Preparation for Exit Interview; Resolution of Issues; IT Support; and Maintenance Plan.

Please refer to “EMR Training Classes” for additional details  of the  individual phases of the Clinical EMR Methodology.


 


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