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With less than a year before go-lives begin for CareConnect, UCLA’s electronic health record program, staff and faculty are becoming increasingly interested in how the new system will affect them.
CareConnect Director of Organizational Transformation Arpi Chalian, MD, gave an overview of the program and answered a series of questions at a Nurse Practitioner Council meeting Aug. 29 at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
About 15,000 faculty and staff from UCLA Health System and David Geffen School of Medicine will use CareConnect – replacing 65 legacy systems and resulting in one chart for patients and one database for information. Program rollouts begin in July 2012 and continue through September 2013. Development of a detailed training strategy and plan is also underway.
“The feedback we received from those who attended the Nurse Practitioner Council meeting was overwhelmingly positive,” said Salpy Akaragian, director of nurse credentialing and international programs for UCLA Health System. “We feel much better informed about the CareConnect initiative and appreciated the opportunity to provide input during the development stage of CareConnect.”
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CareConnect Director of Organizational TransformationArpi Chalian, MD, (left) speaks and answers questions about CareConnect as nurse practioners Salpy Akaragian (center), and Carla Caraccio (right), look on.
Tatiana Orloff (right), a nurse practitioner from neurosurgery, is among those learning about CareConnect during and Aug. 29presentation at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
More than a dozen nurse practitioners got an update on the CareConnect implementation at their monthly meeting from Arpi Chalian, MD, the program's director of organizational transformation.
Linda Goldman, a nurse practitioner from obstetrics and gynecology, engages with CareConnect's Dr. Arpi Chalian.
Teresa Fadely, a nurse practitioner from radiation oncology, makes a point.