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considered valued members of the organization for their hard work and dedication. Furthermore,team members will each be awarded certificates cementing and displaying their skill for their achievement and participation. Part III: Engaging the OrganizationThe team members will be assigned very distinct tasks for the project and to encourage that group dynamics remain effective over the implementation period, it is paramount to create a team charter that outlines the group’s mission statement, goals and each person’s responsibilities.There will be weekly meetings between the team members to voice out the progress in alignmentwith the objectives and targets. In such meetings, the team will address complex issues and outlining solutions together as a team. The meetings will encourage vibrant interactions among the members thus encouraging open communication and team building. Through such principles
TEAM BUILDING9of group dynamics, the team will then engage the THS staff will appropriate and the necessary information having a thorough insight of what the system will improve the operations in the organization. EMS adoption must be conducted in a creative manner to ensure a smooth transition of systems upgrade, therefore addressing a diverse workforce composed of young and old workers must consider good preparation so that the training process addresses any arising issues and clears out misunderstanding. Strategies to address resistance of EMR1.Use of the online resources that the EMRs vendor provides – there are tons of learning and training resources which are often accessible through online platforms and the team will ensure every staff member is signed-up. They will be provided by a username and password which the EMRs vendor provides. This will complement the training manual which they shall have within their reach at the administration. It will be easier to learn through online video tutorials and manuals when the training sessions come to a stop and prevent any resistance (Miller, 2017). 2.Identify the staff’s computer skills and recommend basic training – Prior to the implementation process onset, it is important for the team to find out how tech savvy the employees are. They might know how to use scanners and printers and attaching the info onto patient’s paper chart, however, how much do they know to save the document or attaching them onto the EMR system? Identifying these employees that need basic computer training and getting them up to speed by offering the training in the organization (if budget allows) would enhance system acceptance and minimize resistance (Miller, 2017).
TEAM BUILDING10Key Performance IndicatorsMonitoring the teams effectiveness will begin once the project gets to the end of the first and second EMRs implementation phases when the key performance indicators will be deployed.