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4 Things to Consider When Choosing Go-live Support Staff

Posted by Glenda Wickus on December 2, 2015 at 9:00 AM

Electronic medical record (EMR) implementations can be both stressful and costly. End-user proficiency with your new EMR is absolutely crucial to the success of all aspects of your healthcare organization including financial return, patient safety, patient quality outcomes and staff satisfaction levels. In order to undertake the enormous task of ensuring that every member of your organization is fluent in the new system, many organizations utilize at-the-elbow support post training classes to help smooth the transition between classroom training and live patient care. At-the-elbow support is essential to help your business, front desk and clinical staff learn and feel comfortable with their new workflows and technology.

As a leader in your organization, it may be your responsibility to find the best balance between highest functionality and lowest cost. Wouldn’t it make sense to ensure you’re getting the most "bang for your buck" when it comes to implementation at-the-elbow go-live support staff? Before you do, consider the four recommendations below.

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Topics: EHR go-live support tips, ehr implementation planning, EHR, healthcare management, support staff

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