The UK Government has committed £2 billion of funding to support electronic patient records (EPR) in all NHS trusts. They are aiming for “all NHS trusts (to have) an EPR system by March 2025.” Ultimately, all clinical teams in an integrated care system will have access to a complete view of a person’s health record.
This presents an opportunity to create a health and social care system that is faster and sure to deliver more personalised and effective patient care. But to capitalise on this opportunity, your organisation must avoid costly pitfalls associated with the budgeting, planning, and staffing of an electronic health record implementation.
Our guide will help you avoid those pitfalls, resulting in an Epic implementation that should be on time and on budget. You will learn how to:
- Put together the right pre-implementation plan.
- Follow a proven Epic implementation methodology.
- Build a staffing strategy for the early stages to post-live support.
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