Project Odyssey will reach its destination on June 4, 2022. That’s less than a year away! A lot has already happened to get HHS to this point in its journey to becoming an Epic hospital, and there is more work ahead, including learning and testing the new system to make sure everyone and everything is ready for go-live.
How does this affect you? When does training start and what does that look like? These are questions that will come up more in the coming months.
Here are some upcoming opportunities to help you learn more about your role in HHS’ journey to Epic.
For all staff and physicians
Town hall – every other Thursday
Get high-level updates from project leaders about what’s happening across the organization. Town hall is held every other Thursday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. An invitation with Zoom information will arrive in your inbox the morning of the event.
Odyssey News – every other Thursday
The Odyssey newsletter will arrive in your HHS inbox every other Thursday. In it you’ll find project updates, answers to frequently asked questions, profiles of staff and physicians working on this once-in-a-lifetime clinical project, stories about all the cool things Epic can do, and more. You can find past newsletters on the Hub.
A progress update about Project Odyssey will be delivered by Filomena Canci, HHS’ Chief Nursing Information Officer, at each Site Council meeting until the end of December.
Keep an eye out every Monday for ‘This Week in Odyssey’ to see what’s ahead that week that may require your attention.
Physicians can look forward to a presentation by Dr. Barry Lumb, Executive Lead for Project Odyssey, and Dr. Rob Lloyd, Chief Medical Information Officer, at their department meetings between Nov. 15 and Dec. 21.
Medical Staff Association (MSA) – General Business Meeting
Odyssey is on the agenda for the MSA’s upcoming General Business Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. Physicians can also look forward to a new blog series on the MSA’s website highlighting many of the cool features Epic offers for physicians. The first post, by MSA president Dr. Deepak Dath, is coming soon.
Other opportunities to learn about Odyssey
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with a member of the leadership team.
This story was first published by Hamilton Health Sciences on November 3, 2021. Click here to read the original post on the Hub. Click here