EMR Implementation Part II
An effective Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is more than a management tool for controlling patient data. Methods used to monitor implementation, relationship between organization’s processes, professional roles, and communications techniques used to address issues during implementation are points to develop in this paper. The essential capability of this system consists in capture data at the point of care, integrate this information from the internal or external source, and support caregiver’s decision-making (OpenClinical, 2010).
The organization needs to monitor the entire process for the success of these changes. The evaluating the change process includes by addressing resistance that arises from members of the organization. For these changes, the organization could create objectives, policies, organization’s mission, and structure as a guideline to follow. To discovery opportunities of growth in the research industry is necessary the examination for this institution of existing external and internal conditions. Information obtained to serve as a basis for new changes and ability to change according to demands from pharmaceutical companies and government policies. To conduct a management audit analysis is the first step for the review of objectives and define the specifics needs for change. The objectives defined forces to the executives to design the project and develop the specific functions and responsiveness of managers and employees. The executive needs to document an overview action plan and initiate a review process about specific actions, timetables, and budgets. After a review of action plan, specific schedules, and activities could be monitoring to ensure that the planned implementation of change is consistent with the organization’s objectives. To initiate the implementation processes is necessary the skills from the personnel involved and to open channels of communication for the flow of information during this process. To develop revisions about specifics participation of members of the workforce, discussion of new ideas, and acquisition of resources should be frequently, and made to fine adjustments. After the change implemented the continue monitoring of activities ensure that new objectives are met. To continue follow-up, reviews, and feedback mechanism help in the monitoring process. This organization needs to monitor the ongoing operations to ensure that follow the objectives and policies established for the implementation of this system (Spector, 2010).
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the implementation of this system in this facility integrated data from a patient includes the laboratory reports, specific test procedures, and x-rays in research’s protocols for phase II (patients with diseases).
The effective technology implementation aligned with the operational business’s part of the organization drive the positive outcomes. This new technology implementation creates...