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Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE PLAN: STRATEGIC ELECTRONIC MEDICAL1Organizational Change Plan: Strategic Electronic Medical RecordsImplementation - Part IITracey Renee Nichols HCS/587July 10, 2017Dr. Margaret Walker
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE PLAN: STRATEGIC ELECTRONIC MEDICAL2Organizational Change Plan: Electronic Medical Records Implementation - Part IIAt the core of successful organizational change strategic planning and implementation ofan EMR change implementation proposal requires careful consideration. Change execution in health care organizations presents unique challenges in development, control, progress monitoring and post-implementation assessment. Under the supervision of leadership, electronic medical records (EMR) implementation for the Partners for Children Waiver program requires strategic evaluation and planning, step by step implementation, and ongoing reassessment to measure and monitor employee and adjacent resource allocation, organization and program process development, and department improvement measures. The management team will fulfill the change process established by administrators through a plan of execution to meet implementation milestones, evaluate change processes and challenges, and develop a communication plan including techniques to identify and address EMR implementation difficulties. Methods to monitor change progress, the relationships among systems and roles and the effects of proposed change on the organization that promotes change support will follow.Electronic Medical Records Implementation: Strategic ImplementationThe goal of the proposed change project is implementing EMR in Providence Hospice PFCW department. Because of the increasing demand for services, the size of the demographic the PFCW program serves had substantially increased since the program's infancy three years ago. Increasing efficiency by decreasing waste, maximizing employee resources and complying with federal EMR requirements the program must transition to electronic records management.Methods to Monitor Transition
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE PLAN: STRATEGIC ELECTRONIC MEDICAL3Health delivery organizations must respond to external threats and rival competitivenessthrough strategic renewal tactics. Borkowski explains that strategic renewal is the transformation of an organization’s policies for the purpose of improving the viability and strengthening competitive edge among the opposition (Borkowski, 2005). Based on enrollment tracking, Providence Hospice leadership, Medicaid contacts, and employees concur that the Partner’s for Children Waiver department enrollment projections foretell significant increases inclient program enrollment. In compliance with federal requirements for EMR use and streamlining processes into one efficient program. PFCW does not have a designated medical records department nor clerk. Therefore, implementation of EMR and monitoring progress is essential for program functioning capabilities, viability, and ongoing improvements.

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