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Staff meeting March 14 2014
Transcript of Staff meeting March 14 2014
Including Strategic Vision for BI/CRIT
Phase I: Implementation of Best-of-Breed Technologies
With the implementation of Netezza, Microstrategy, Oracle, SQL server, i2b2, REDCap and more we have the
to deliver on our goal to support the needs of the institution as it reshapes how it delivers world class care and world class research to the pediatric world
Phase 2: Using the Infrastructure to power our future
Two guiding principles:
Focus on self-service
Broad integration across domains that have been traditionally siloed
Phase 3: Expand to More Domains. Visualize, and dashboard.
Reach towards fuller data integration across the domains.
Make our data assets even more relevant to the enterprise by realizing the full potential of the data that we have in our hands.
SO How do we know we are succeeding?
Measurements of success
The infrastructure is kicking tail!
Validated by our own experiences
Validated by colleagues around ISD
Validated by our end-user community
We are delivering:
A Faster, more flexible system
A system that integrates across our hospital
What do we mean by self-service?
Set up the infrastructure to allow our end users to do some of the work they need to do with minimal intervention on our part
Implies: Processes in place to allow users to do the work they are able to do without help
Implies: Tools are available for self-discovery
Implies: Documentation to explain the data that are available
Implies: Support structure to handle clarifications and advanced questions
We are putting together data under one umbrella.
---- Think "mash-ups"
---- Think cluster
See the clinical data warehouse slides for details about domains, and their use
What is the Enterprise Data Warehouse?
EPIC - ADT
EPIC - Physician Billing
EPIC - Hospital Billing
Labs and other Results
*Does not include Cost Accounting or Decision Support data coming from Alliance or Strata
Targeting Early 2014
Are we able to deliver something that is of value to people?
How many people are using our systems?
What Departments are using the system?
Number of requests for additional items.
User Satisfaction Survey
Have we been able to meet the self service goal?
What amount of our work is helping with complex tasks vs "basic" requests?
Do our customers know how to use our system?
How many training sessions have we done?
How many "explore the data" we have sessions have we done?
What is our turn around time for requests?
Are we able to take advantage of our infrastructure to address questions faster?
Are our processes repeatable and consistent across time?
Do multiple requests assigned to our groups, all asking for the same type of information get the same answer?
Consultants (what is their role long term?)
What are the strategic initiatives and how does that impact us?
Where are we going to put everyone? (Space)
Enterprise Reporting Group
Incorporate ED and Surginet into 360
MicroStrategy integration with Redcap
Selected Major Accomplishments
360 Release- Josh
Visual Insight- Solomon
First of all, WELCOME!
39 Strong, and continuing to grow!!
We are going to ask outsiders to come in and take a look at what we have to help us continue to improve ourselves (Peer review)
We are going to seek out opportunities to continue to expand our mission to support the hospital and its mission
45850 O'Byrne, Paul
76412 Clapp, Alison
78128 Lawlor, Marianne
78992 Wilkinson, Ronald
83552 Crehan, Nancy
89716 Greeno, Jeanne
91349 Alley, Lynne
94317 Bianco, Gina
97000 England, Brandon
99320 Laplante, Robert F
101034 Guen, Billy
104068 Rezuke, Joseph
124219 Dilwali, Sunita
124262 Daniar, Mohamad
130290 Xu, Ren
132558 Gregoric, James
141321 Yanumula, Ravi P.
143585 Bickel, Jonathan
145156 Botte, Christian M
145962 Gutman, Cathy L.
149220 Morris, Alina J
150223 Chakrabarty, Ramkrishna
156629 Merrill, David J.
156672 Bandaru, Chandini
156810 Mehta, Chirag R.
158722 Coburn, Virginia K.
159148 Guevara, Luis B.
160864 Nedunseralathan, Arunkumar
162842 Borocov, Solomon
168791 Ramlogan, Rishi
169073 Chen, Liwen
169224 Mukunda, Suma
169544 Hosselbarth, Julie A
169563 Sherman, Paul R
170463 Hirsh, Kelli R
170484 LaBrie, Jessica K
170727 Pinywah, Emmanuel
Phase 4: Build Analytics (predictive, retrospective) into all that we do
Recent wins from the front lines
Thanks & Next Steps
Dr. Andrew Capraro
1. Deployment of Catalyst Scheduling Software
2. New Release for BioSTOR (next week)
3. REDCap Upgrade (5.9.3)
4. Plan of deploying i2b2 v 1.7