EMR survey is back

The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) survey is back! Some of you might recall completing this survey last April – thank you again to those 730 individuals who completed the survey.

Since the last round, we were able to take the comments and feedback back to the team and work on ways to better inform you. Some new engagement activities include publishing regular EMR updates, increasing the frequency of publishing iNews stories, and providing more transparency on the project via the EMR website, as well as running EMR familiarisations to give you early visibility on the system before going into training.

From today, you will be able to let us know how you feel about the EMR implementation by taking part in the survey. The survey is anonymous and is open from 1 May until 18 May, running simultaneously with the EMR Solution Gallery.

This information will inform the team further on how supported you feel and any areas of improvement to make sure this transition from a paper-based to a paper-light approach is as smooth as it can be.

“As we move closer to our EMR go-live date, I would like to acknowledge the significant amount of work both the EMR team and wider organisation have undertaken over the last year. In this home straight, it is important that this work continues and your contribution to this survey is vital to ensure we are hearing about this implementation process and any changes we may need to make,” says Debra Bourne, Chief Operating Officer.

Click here to complete the survey.

Featured image (Left to Right): Amelia O’Reilly, EMR Trainer, Cliff Wiltshire, EMR Training Manager, Chandini Luchoo, EMR Trainer.