2019-03-12

Considering the Impact of Connect Care on Daily Operational Activities


As we move towards our first launch of the Connect Care clinical information system, it is time to shift our focus towards change management and readiness planning. The Change Impact Work Package is an early step in this planning. Through this work package, Specialty Working groups will review decisions they made to determine if the decisions will have an effect on our day-to-day operational activities.
To facilitate this process, each working group will be provided with a list of all of their Specialty CSD decisions, and Area Council Coordinators will prepare meetings and ensure that impacts are entered into the decision tracker. As groups go through this process, they will not be re-visiting decisions that have been made. Instead, they will use this opportunity to understand the operational impacts so we can better help our colleagues prepare for this transformation.
In addition to Specialty Working Groups, other areas will follow this same process. This includes Area Councils (where they are working as Specialty Working Groups), Complex Areas, Content and Standards Committees and more. Once complete the Change Impacts Task Force will review this work so that it can be included in readiness events, pre-classroom training and future chapters of the Readiness Playbook.
Medical Informatics Leads and other physicians on Area Councils and Specialty Working Groups serve as an essential bridge between the Connect Care initiative and clinical communities, and provide critical leadership in understanding the operational impacts of the design decisions.  We appreciate your support in helping us think through how the system design, general documentation, decision and inquiry supports may affect your colleagues at launch. Thank you again for your continued support of this initiative.
For more information, we have prepared one page overviews of the Change Impact Work Package and the Change Impact Task Force:
If you have any additional questions about this work, please email Linda Kuijten at Linda.Kuijten@albertahealthservices.ca.

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