Onboarding for hospital IT staff
What you'll learn
- How IT is used in 11 different departments of a hospitall
- How each department supports - The Survival of the Patient
- How each department supports - The Survival of the Facility
- How each department supports - Operations
- How each department supports - Quality patient care
- How each department supports - The interoperability of systems
Hospitals are complex organizations. Understanding what is important to each department is critical to working with your peers. This course assumes you from knowing very little about what is important to departments and how they operate. Upon completion, you will know what is important to their managers and how they are different in priorities and outcomes.
• Survival of the Patient (Patient Care)
• Survival of the Facility (Revenue)
• Operations (what the department managers focus on)
• Quality (How to measure & improve patient care)
• Interoperability (How the computer systems work outside the department)
Because every moment your new healthcare IT employee isn’t working at full capacity is wasted money and a drag on your team’s productivity, we created Speed-Onboard—the first onboarding system for HCIT. Until now, hiring managers in healthcare, IT didn’t have an easy, inexpensive way to help the office “noob” rapidly become a productive team member.
Give new employees...
1. A framework to understanding hospital operations,
2. An introduction to key departments and functions,
3. A review of mission-critical issues in these departments
Benefits for Staff:
• Engaging content
• Easy-to-use (mobile-first)
• Preparation for key meetings
• Helps make a great first impression!
• Emergency Department
• Patient Access
• Bed Management
• Discharge Planning
• Health Information Management
Who this course is for:
- New Healthcare IT staff
- Sales and Bus Dev working with hospitals
When I started working in Healthcare I found it is the most rewarding place to work. Do your job right and your family, friends, and community lead healthier lives. And, there are lots of interesting problems to solve.
What could be better, making a difference solving interesting problems! After 20 years as a hospital CIO, I can help you get started. Let me explain what I have gleaned from fun a successful career.
I've been building and leading high-functioning teams that deliver innovation and operational excellence to healthcare delivery organizations. I've accomplished this by learning the unique challenges of each department and crafting solutions to exceed their expectations.
First, you have to know what they do and how they do it. Then form strong business partnerships with caregivers and operations teams. Then from an operational perspective, you can create a shared vision and goals to harness technology solutions to deliver measurable benefits. I know people deliver outstanding care when properly supported by technology crafted to their needs. Technology crafted by professionals with an appreciation for the problems being solved.
I've worked as CIO for both non-profit and for-profit systems giving him a deep understanding of both community benefit and operational excellence. His experience ranges from single facilities through a 150+ hospital system over a 20 span.