Nordic Consultant Andy Palmer digs into common pitfalls, lessons learned, and preparing for the unexpected when converting from legacy systems to Epic.
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Making the Cut is a Nordic video series that addresses common challenges related to your conversion from legacy systems to going live with Epic.
This white paper explains the likely requirements as you prepare your Epic Beaker lab to meet Meaningful Use Stage 3.
This white paper will help you learn what you need to do to get your lab ready to reach MU Stage 2 and how Beaker can make reaching those objectives easier.
Overview of all topics and links to each of the episodes within Nordic's "Beaker Buzz" series. (Video series on Epic Beaker)
In this episode: What are effective staffing strategies for Epic Beaker installs? Where is the biggest “bang for your buck” in using consultants for Epic Beaker installs? Is there particular integration expertise that is useful when evaluating team members (FTE or consultants)? What types of experiences specific to AP and CP should you look for?
In this episode: How can operational engagement affect an Epic Beaker install? What are successful strategies for engaging operational leadership? What are effective strategies for communicating throughout the project?
In this episode, we focus on these Epic Beaker topics: When would you want to use an experienced Beaker consultant as opposed to an FTE? Are there areas of a Beaker implementation where an “expert” is especially important? What is the most important thing clients need to think through with a Beaker implementation? Are there different considerations with AP of which you need to be aware?
In this episode, Lauren continues the conversation with Mallory, focusing on these critical Epic Beaker topics: Successful strategies for staffing your Beaker install? Biggest tripping points in Beaker installs?
In this episode, Lauren starts the conversation with Mallory on Beaker with a focus on a few "Beaker newbie" topics: What is clinical pathology (CP)? What is anatomic pathology (AP)? What are the considerations for moving to CP, AP or both? Why would a client replace their LIS or pathology system (or both)?