EP04.06 - Pre-Requisites to a Big Bang Implementation Approach
e-Health ePoster Library. Schembri K. Jun 7, 2016; 131556; EP04.06 Disclosure(s): Consultant with Gevity Consulting Inc.
Kyle Schembri
Kyle Schembri
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Purpose/Objectives: Three key points were fundamental to a successful Panorama Immunizations implementation using a big bang approach. This poster documents lessons learned while changing public health practice in Saskatchewan. Methodology/Approach: The authors of this ePoster reviewed the project team's implementation approach, lessons learned, feedback from stakeholders and users, and personal contributions to highlight key areas that enabled project success. Finding/Results: During the implementation of the Panorama Immunizations module in Saskatchewan, three key points enabled a successful big bang approach that resulted in a strong user base and continual involvement by regional superusers across the province. Firstly, from an organization perspective, the project team needed to be highly connected with a clear understanding of each member's role and escalation/decision points. From a business perspective, there needed to a strong business and clinical owner with detailed understanding of the current and future state business processes. Finally, from a solution perspective, the system needed to make sense to public health, reflecting the tools needed to manage both individuals and populations in their hundreds. Conclusion/Implications/Recommendations: With a highly connected team, a system that made sense, and a strong business/clinical owner, the project team was able to implement a solution that led to strong user buy-in, continual involvement by regional superusers and on-going support that provides regular communication, responsiveness and successful training. 140 Character Summary: The pre-requisites to a big bang implementation approach. The three key lessons learned while changing public health practice in Saskatchewan.
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