Change Management Plan Business Plan by Brad7
Change Management Plan
The presentation of a change management plan in order to implement a new computer system in a healthcare facility.
# 9499 | 1,360 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Business (Applied Operations) , Computer and Technology (General)
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This paper describes the steps required to implement a new computer system in a healthcare facility. The primary objective of the change management plan is to assure that the changes in procedures occur with as few problems as possible and that maximum efficiency is maintained in all phases of the implementation process. Once the new system is implemented, personnel will be required not only learn to use new software but will have to adapt to several hardware changes and will also have to learn many new procedures associated with the usage of the new system.
From the Paper:"In civilian organizations, a phased approach would be the best method. However, in the case of VA, the information being exchanged is time sensitive and critical. It is essential that no data be lost or delayed. The fact that the old system and new system are not compatible and the size of the organization are a critical factor in the approach to the implementation and scope of these new procedures. Due to the compatibility issues and the extreme necessity of accurate and secure data transfer between facilities, the new system will go into place system-wide simultaneously."
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