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ANIA 2022 Annual Conference Posters

P21 - Rockin’ to Streamline Workflow through Clinical Simulations


Description

Adding simulation encourages subject matter experts and non-experts to gain more insight in to not only how a piece of technology can improve their process on the unit, but also other factors that may impact that process. In the traditional system development life cycle (SDLC), clinical informatics can use the flexibility and partnership with information services for the best time to incorporate a simulation and come with the best outcome for patient safety and customer satisfaction.

The presentation will share how the clinical informaticist led a large healthcare system in collaboration with the simulation and information services (IS) partners develop a strategy for addressing challenges in supportive technology:
•    Clarification of the goal to simulate a unit’s needs
•    Timely requirements from stakeholders and multidisciplinary areas to bring forth the resources to create the simulation
•    Accountability and evaluation from a clinical simulation

Participant will be able to:
•    Describe what simulations entails when implementing technology
•    Understand the details related to simulations and what departments to consider
•    Discuss how organizations can apply simulations as part of their SDLC in improving further build and/or processes
•    Describe the need for accountability from the end user for outcomes from the clinical simulation

Speaker(s):

  • Kathleen Ulanday, MBA, MHA, BSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS, Senior Clinical Informatics Specialist, Texas Children's Hospital

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Mayfair Aboagyewah
4/28/22 8:59 am

Excellent presentation