Ron Walls and Kelly Santomas, Clinician Engagement team nursing director for Partners eCare
Dozens of BWH residents faced off in the OlymBICS, a one-time competition in navigating the depths of the Brigham Integrated Computing System (BICS) before it is retired with the implementation of Partners eCare.
What will my patients know about the launch of Partners eCare at BWHC? This is one of the questions on the minds of staff across the hospitals as May 30 approaches.
Here are five ways you can help ensure patient safety during and after go-live.
Beginning Friday, May 29, at 9 p.m., many BWH and BWFH applications will be in a special downtime state in preparation for Partners eCare implementation.
OR Scheduling became the first area to go live with a Partners eCare launch in advance of the hospital-wide implementation.
This past week, 12 new panic buttons were installed on inpatient units that requested them. BWH now has more than 300 panic buttons in various locations for use in a situation that requires an immediate response from Security.
In an effort to make sure BWH is prepared to respond to questions and challenges during the implementation of Partners eCare, BWH will institute a Command Center structure.