First and foremost communication will be the key strategy Communication is the

First and foremost communication will be the key

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employees. First and foremost, communication will be the key strategy. Communication is the foundation for our successful change in the EMR platform and it is imperative we facilitate clear concise communication. Next, we need to ensure our employees have a clear vision of the goal the EMR process will have on various departments, employees and the organization as a whole; they will be given a detailed change on how the EMR process will affect the organization. The goal is to limit and prevent any confusion this change will bring. Lastly, as management and the organization, it is imperative we have an open forum platform strategy; whereas all employees bring forth their feedback, ideas and results. (Boundless, 2016) Conclusion Changes in a regulation or a process rarely occur at a time of our choosing. More importantly not everyone involved will always embrace changes with the same amount of zeal. That is where leadership must intervene and make sure that everyone in the organization is educated as to the who, what, why and how the change/s will take place. Employees should be informed as to why the change is being initiated to give them some much needed background information. Internal and external influences must be addressed so that unfounded rumors do not
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Impact of Change 5 take root. By doing so employees and teams that are impacted can prepare themselves and each other for the future. References Ballaro, J. M., & Washington, E. R. (2016). The impact of organizational culture and perceived organizational support on successful use of electronic healthcare record (EHR). Organization Development Journal, 34 (2), 11-29. Retrieved from Boundless. “Strategies for Successful Organizational Change.” Boundless Management. Boundless, 26 May. 2016. Retrieved 11 Aug. 2016 from - textbook/organizational-culture-and-innovation-4/managing-change-for-employees- 40/strategies-for-successful-organizational-change-215-7289/ Sheridan, S. (2012). The Implementation and sustainability of electronic health records. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics, Retrieved from
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