(Podcast) EHR Training: Developing Your Curriculum, Using Your LMS, and Organizing Your CTs ft. Stephen Tokarz

Posted by The HCI Group on December 5, 2016 at 4:34 AM

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(Podcast) EHR Training: Developing Your Curriculum, Using Your LMS, and Organizing Your CTs ft. Stephen Tokarz

For the 10th episode of our Monday Morning Healthcare IT Podcast Series, Tom sits down with Stephen Tokarz, HCIs Senior Vice President of Operational Delivery. Tom and Stephen discuss what goes in to developing a curriculum, online training, using your LMS, and organizing your credentialed training program during an EHR Training project

In case you missed it, make sure to check out our episode from last week, where John Kocon went over why PMO can be a great benefit to healthcare organizations. 

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Topics: EHR Training, Podcast Series

EHR Training: Commonly Overlooked Areas

Posted by The HCI Group on December 2, 2016 at 2:48 PM

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EHR Training: Commonly Overlooked Areas

Training environments can get out of sync when training for an EHR Go-Live, due to changes in test environments and production. You will want to make sure that both your patients and your end users are being taken care. Making sure that your end users are comfortable during your EHR Training project can go a long way in contributing to its success.

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Topics: EHR Training

EHR Implementation: Choosing and Supporting Your Super Users

Posted by The HCI Group on November 30, 2016 at 2:06 PM

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EHR Implementation: Choosing and Supporting Your Super Users

Large transformative efforts, like the implementation of a new EHR, will touch every single person in your organization in some way. From transport who ferry individuals around by wheelchair or stretcher, to the CFO, to your patients - everyone will be affected.

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Topics: EHR Implementation

(Podcast) Why PMO is Beneficial to Organizations in Achieving their Goals ft. John Kocon

Posted by The HCI Group on November 28, 2016 at 4:31 AM

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(Podcast) Why PMO is Beneficial to Organizations in Achieving their Goals ft. John Kocon

For the 9th episode of our Monday Morning Healthcare IT Podcast Series, Tom sits down with HCIs PMO Service Line Manager, John Kocon. In this episode, Tom and John will discussing why PMO is so beneficial to healthcare facilities who are trying to achieve their organizational goals.

In case you missed it, make sure to check out our episode from last week, where Jason Huckabay discussed what an organization must do during an EMR Training project to achieve high levels of adoption. 

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Topics: Podcast Series, Project Management

Hybrid EMR Training: The Pros and Cons of Utilizing Local and Non-Local Trainers

Posted by The HCI Group on November 27, 2016 at 11:16 AM

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Hybrid EMR Training: The Pros and Cons of Utilizing Local and Non-Local Trainers

 

There are certain personality traits, skillsets, and backgrounds that must be looked at in order to decide on the perfect trainers for your EMR Training project. Obviously, it is preferred that all of your trainers have some sort of training experience in their background, but this is not always the case. There will be times when your organization will have to rely on a combination of both experienced trainers and local trainers.

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Topics: Training

Cyber Security: Insider Threat and The “Unknown Unknown”

Posted by The HCI Group on November 23, 2016 at 12:05 PM

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Cyber Security: Insider Threat and The “Unknown Unknown”

In today’s blog post, HCIs VP of Security and Technology, Ryan McDaniel, takes a look at what we, in the healthcare industry, currently do know about insider threat, as well as what we don’t know.

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Topics: Security

(Podcast) EMR Training: What Goes in to Achieving High Levels of Adoption ft. Jason Huckabay

Posted by The HCI Group on November 21, 2016 at 4:33 AM

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(Podcast) EMR Training: What Goes in to Achieving High Levels of Adoption ft. Jason Huckabay

For the 8th episode of our Monday Morning Healthcare IT Podcast Series, Tom sits down with HCIs Senior Vice President of Delivery, Jason Huckabay. In this episode, Tom and Jason will discussing EMR Training, going over areas such as its importance, best practices, how to deal with common issues, and how these different topics can lead to increased levels of adoption.

In case you missed it, make sure to check out our episode from last week, where Kelly Dungee went over the role of leadership during an EHR Implementation.

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Topics: Training, Podcast Series

Epic Community Connect: What Makes it so Beneficial for Healthcare Organizations?

Posted by The HCI Group on November 16, 2016 at 4:50 PM

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Epic Community Connect: What Makes it so Beneficial for Healthcare Organizations?

Epic Community Connect can offer many advantages to healthcare organizations that are looking to leverage their investment by seeking technology affiliates, or that are still relying on paper. It is a cost-effective method for hospitals to address the challenges that face healthcare organizations today – high capital requirements for technology acquisition, demands for ever-increasing interoperability and regulatory compliance, as well as patient and market pressures – all while improving patient quality.

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Topics: Epic Community Connect

(Podcast) EHR Implementation: Thoughts on the Role of Leadership ft. Kelly Dungee

Posted by The HCI Group on November 14, 2016 at 7:57 AM

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(Podcast) EHR Implementation: Thoughts on the Role of Leadership ft. Kelly Dungee

For the seventh episode of our Monday Morning Healthcare IT Podcast Series, Tom sits down with industry leader Kelly Dungee, who has experience as an AVP, CIO, and as registered nurse. Tom and Kelly will be discussing the role of leadership during an EHR Implementation, focusing on areas such as champions, organizational vision, and handling change.

In case you missed it, make sure to check out our episode from last week, where John McDaniel discussed the future of healthcare, and how innovation will play a large role in shaping the way healthcare will look by the year 2025. Additionally, make sure to see what Kelly had to say about the who, what, and why of governance structures with regards to EHR implementations.

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Topics: EHR Implementation, Podcast Series

EHR Implementation: The Who, What, and Why of Governance Structures

Posted by The HCI Group on November 11, 2016 at 3:57 PM

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EHR Implementation: The Who, What, and Why of Governance Structures

While many healthcare facilities realize the benefits that an EHR implementation implementation can provide their organization, several of them have trouble creating an internal support and governance structure. However, an efficient and effective governance structure can go a long way in contributing to the lasting success of a new EHR.

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Topics: EHR Implementation

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