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1 Valley View Hospital System Brianna Holley DeVry University HIM335 Milton Kabia 03/16/2022 2 1. Research on two preferred systems and comparison table that shows how each of the systems address the system requirements you have outlined. There is a transition underway at Valley View Hospital System from a variety of EHRs to a single system. A single electronic health record (EHR) system is being implemented at Valley View Hospital. There are various aspects of the strategic plan that must be documented before the center can get started. The “migration route” is a term for this kind of paperwork. “A highlevel overview for all components that the organization has recognized as necessary to fulfill its objectives”. Essentially, it is a map that shows the functional parts of software and hardware IT infrastructure (Adler, 2017). Clinical excellence, patient protection and better approaches; price of treatment; efficiency; operator happiness; patient awareness of upkeep are just a limited of the functional issues that need to be addressed. In a nutshell, the migration route demonstrates the organization’s health information system in simple words. If necessary, extra paperwork may be used to back up the migration plan. This documentation should go into further depth on the details of the migration path’s SMART targets and IT infrastructure. This information is followed by others, such as budgets, personnel, and precise descriptions of the requirements. Regardless, it is important to note that the relocation strategy is not an ambitious idea; it is merely a comprehensive perspective of the strategic plan we already have in place. A number of systems are now in place at the medical institution. Patients’ financial information, R-ADT, radiological data, test center evidence schemes, supplies administration, hypothesizing and numerical notation, diagram trailing, command message, and ROI are only few of the systems that are included in these systems. As 3 part of our preparation for the migration process, we must first determine what needs to be added, how it will benefit the organization, and what it will entail, as well as what has to be replaced or merged. There are three aims and three stages in the suggested matrix format migration route. Apps, technology, and operations make up the scope of this specific route. Collection, assistance, and mentorship are the three stages. Information technology has a huge impact on the success and growth of the hospital’s business. A favorable change in the entire business process occurs when unnecessary business features are omitted. Appointment systems Engineering systems approach The development of a new In order to attain our objectives, we appointment system is necessary in order to must first analyze what we can do better as better meet the demands of the patients. well as what may potentially happen or go Optimum use of medical services is possible wrong in the future. A strategy such as this if they are structured in a systematic way. for evaluating a scenario might be useful in devising better strategies in the health-care industry, for example. Educated decision Organizing a consultation via appointments will be more efficient from the standpoint of a consulting firm. Based on the references or disputes that you have encountered, you may choose to incorporate more examples in your paper. 4 2. Implementation plan. The implementation of electronic health records involves a significant financial expenditure in a healthcare facility’s infrastructure. It necessitates the participation of several stakeholders in order to achieve the best possible deployment and exploitation of the system. Various stakeholders play a variety of responsibilities in ensuring that the system is developed and modified in accordance with the demands of the users of the system. It is essential that the administration of the healthcare institution assesses the demands of the facility in terms of information. This requires investigating the many forms of information management, as well as their usage, storage, and other critical elements of information management. The decision is critical in the selection of EHR Vendors and the supply of the necessary standards to ensure that the system is a complete success. The clinical operations manager of a healthcare institution is in charge of all aspects of the clinical operations of the facility. He or she gives crucial insight into the system’s adaptability to meet the wide range of processes found in a healthcare institution. In order to make timely and informed decisions, it is crucial that patients’ information be readily available (Heath, et al. 2019). As a result, the person in charge of managing procedures and operations must provide critical input to ensure that patient information is readily available. Project implementation committee members play an important role in determining what services and facilities are required at the site. As a result, the committee evaluates the suppliers in order to discover and pick one that best meets the organization’s defined requirements. This procedure is crucial because it determines whether the facility will acquire a customized system or one that follows industry standards. Vendor evaluation and assessments are critical in 5 identifying the capability of various suppliers to satisfy the organization’s information access and sharing requirements. The vendor is a vital link in the chain of events that leads to the effective deployment and use of systems to fulfill the healthcare demands of many stakeholders in a healthcare institution. The vendor conducts an analysis of the specific information requirements throughout the facility and, as a result, creates solutions that satisfy the wide range of requirements. It is vital to have a thorough grasp of an organization’s procedures and operations before designing the system to ensure that it meets the organization’s requirements (Vahdat, et al. 2018). Vendors should work together with the many internal stakeholders in the healthcare institution to solve the information concerns of all parties involved in the process. An in-depth examination of user requirements and the subsequent adoption of strategies essential to fulfill these stakeholders’ requirements are made possible via this process. Electronic health records are designed to be user-friendly and to be easy to use. 3. Alternatives and potential pitfalls for each, Alternatives for converting to a new system are discussed. ⮚ Simultaneous conversion ⮚ Modularization of the process pitfalls ⮚ Direct changeover is likely to be ineffective if significant testing is not performed beforehand, and it may cause disruption to the work environment if users are resentful at 6 being forced to use a new system with no option to opt out. As a result, significant testing is required. ⮚ Users must get acquainted with each module as it becomes operational after the switch to a modular format (Palvia, et al. 2015). As a result, in order for it to work properly, you must hire personnel who are quick learners. The Valley View Hospital System of DeVry must remember that the ultimate advantage of an EHR system is to support the organization’s strategic goals and objectives, which must be kept in mind at all times. Keeping this in mind will help the center to sketch out its “route” in a strategic and effective manner; the course it chooses should only be beneficial to the center and nothing else. The main objectives now in place are achievable; a few more systems/adjustments to the overall migration route will help the center in achieving success with minimal bumps on the road in the near future. 7 References Adler, K. G. (2017). How to successfully navigate your EHR implementation. Family practice management, 14(2), 33. Heath, M., & Porter, T. H. (2019). Change management overlooked: physician perspectives on EHR implementation. American Journal of Business. Palvia, P., Jacks, T., & Brown, W. (2015). Critical issues in EHR implementation: provider and vendor perspectives. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 36(1), 36. Vahdat, V., Griffin, J. A., Stahl, J. E., & Yang, F. C. (2018). Analysis of the effects of EHR implementation on timeliness of care in a dermatology clinic: a simulation study. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 25(7), 827-832.