Calling all EMR Phase 2.1 Super Users!
We value the expertise of the 1,200+ Super Users that were critical to the success of the EMR Phase 2.1 project and we’d like to invite you to play a key role in the upcoming Digital Health transition project to Bacchus Marsh and Melton (BMM) sites!
We are now in an exciting phase of the BMM Digital Health Transition project, where EMR Phase 1 and Phase 2.1 functionality will soon be extended to BMM sites. This will aid the flow of healthcare information and facilitate seamless, safe, and effective patient care across Western Health.
Further enhancing our capabilities, the project will also see the:
- Replacement of CPF with Western Health’s BOSSnet for scanned medical records, and
- Transition of BMM iPM to the unified Western Health iPM patient administration system.
Your “Super” skills, knowledge, and experience will be invaluable in supporting your BMM Western Health colleagues during this exciting stage. At a high level, this will mean taking on a Super Numerary role during Go-Live, supporting BMM Super Users, identifying key workflows/functionality for Super User training, and becoming familiar with BMM specific workflows in the lead up to Go Live.
We understand personal circumstances can change, so to ensure our records are accurate and your participation aligns with your current workload, please complete this short form if you’re interested in being involved. Participation is optional, and we completely understand if your current circumstances don’t allow you to be as involved as before.
Manager approval is required, so please confirm this before submitting the form.
We deeply appreciate your ongoing commitment to supporting your colleagues and the success of this important project.
Upcoming Focus Groups sessions in February/March 2024
In gearing up for the BMM Digital Health transition, your insights are crucial for its success. To tap into your valuable experiences of EMR Phase 2.1, we’re running focus groups in February / March 2024 to discuss “lessons learned”. During these sessions, we’ll explore what worked well and how we can leverage those learnings to ensure a smooth transition for BMM.
Interested in sharing your expertise and supporting the BMM Digital Health Transition project at Western Health? Let us know! Simply complete this short form by COB Friday, 16th February 2024.
Visit the BMM Digital Health Transition project page for more information.