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Title: UW Medicine ADTHospital Billing Project

UW MedicineADT/Hospital Billing Project
  • Information Services Board
  • March 6, 2008
  • Ron Johnson, VP UW Technology
  • Johnese Spisso, VPMA/COO UW Medicine
  • Lori Mitchell, CFO, Harborview Medical Center

Status Report on IT Projects
  • Future IT Project Planning
  • ORCA Electronic Medical Record
  • Lawson Human Resources
  • ADT/Hospital Billing Project
  • Requested Action

Future IT Project Planning
  • No future major projects are scheduled at this
  • The ability of UW Medicine to implement the Time
    and Attendance application and further electronic
    medical record applications will be evaluated
    based on the organizational readiness criteria
    used by the external consultant for the
    ADT/Hospital Billing Project
  • Future projects will be brought forward for
    consideration after consultation with the ISB

ORCA Electronic Medical Record
  • Phase I August 2002-2005
  • See supplemental information section
  • UW Medicine New IT Leadership July 2005
  • Phase II Stabilization
  • See supplemental information section
  • Phase III Modest Increases in Functionality

ORCA Electronic Medical Record Phase III
  • July, 2006 Current
  • Physician Documentation (UWMC)
  • Patient Care Documentation (CIS-R)
  • Deployment completed at HMC November, 2007
  • Current pilot at UWMC proceeding as planned
  • Full deployment at UWMC scheduled for March 25
  • CIS-R on track to be completed four months ahead
    of scheduled date of July, 2008 and under budget
  • Sierra Systems QA Consultant reports 100 green
    status for UWMC implementation as of January 31,

ORCA PowerChart Performance Average
ORCA Usage vs. Performance

ORCA Phase III Wrap Up
  • Complete CIS-R at UWMC
  • Customer Satisfaction and Enhancement Evaluation
  • Project Completion and Closure

Electronic Medical RecordNext Steps
  • Evaluate and Prioritize Need for Additional EMR
  • Retail Pharmacy
  • Computerized Physician Order Entry
  • Emergency Department Triage and Tracking
  • Outpatient Clinical Documentation

Lawson Project Human Resources System
  • Phase 1A Proof of Concept
  • Approved ISB, September 2006
  • Completed four months ahead of schedule and under
  • Phase IB Parallel Pilot Implementation
  • Approved ISB, September 2007
  • January Independent QA report shows project
    status green on all indicators
  • Milestones meeting or exceeding schedule. Last
    milestone to develop acceptance criteria for
    go-live was completed six weeks ahead of schedule

ADT/Hospital Billing Planning Project
  • Resolution of Resource Contention Between
  • Assessment of Institutional Capacity to Conduct
    Simultaneous Projects
  • Development of Detailed Project Plan
  • Identification and Recruitment of Technical
  • Development of Vendor Contracting Template to
    Mitigate Risks

ADT/Hospital BillingFirst Consulting Group
  • Comparison of project readiness from first review
    done in May of 2007 to January 2008
  • Executive Dashboard Status Change in status by
    major category
  • Project Benefits Yellow to Green
  • Organization/Governance Yellow to Green
  • Change Management, Cost/Budget, Time Schedule
    Green to Green
  • Resources/People Yellow to Green
  • Strategies and Approaches Yellow to Green
  • Infrastructure/Technology Green to Green
  • Risk Management Yellow to Green

Summary of Major Expense CategoriesTotal Budget
- 53M
  • Software licenses 7 million
  • Hardware 2 million
  • Project Staffing 21 million
  • Contract Staff 21 million       
  • Training 2 million

High Level Project Timeline/MilestonesProject
Duration 24 Months 4 Month Contingency
Requested Action
  • ISB approval to proceed with ADT/Billing
    contingent upon the expected completion of ORCA
    implementation (CIS-R) at UWMC
  • Funding requested for first phase of project -
    13.5M of 53.0M total
  • Covers timeframe April, 2008 to October, 2008
  • Deliverables
  • Project kickoff completed
  • Current state analysis completed
  • Variances of model system determined with
    comparison to current state
  • Build environment configured with variances
    between model system and current state

Requested ActionFirst Gate - 13.5M
  • Categories of Cost
  • Hardware 900,000
  • Software Licenses 2,900,000
  • Internal Labor 5,400,000
  • External Labor 3,900,000
  • Training 400,000

Supplemental Information Section
Supplemental Information - ORCA
  • Phase I Timeframe and Functionality Implemented
  • Phase II Timeframe and Functionality
  • Ongoing Operational Projects
  • Budget Summary, January 2008

ORCA Project Phase I
  • August, 2002 December, 2005
  • Implemented and Placed into Use
  • Medical Records Systems Replacement
  • Inpatient and Clinic Pharmacy System Replacement
  • Results Reporting
  • Document Imaging (HMC)
  • Physician Documentation (Pilot)

ORCA Project Phase IIStabilization
  • January, 2006 to December, 2006
  • On time and under budget
  • Implemented and Placed into Use
  • Cerner Software Upgrade
  • Hardware and Database Upgrade
  • Failover System Implementation
  • Physician Documentation (HMC)

Electronic Medical RecordOngoing Operational
  • Tailored Clinical Notes
  • UWMC Document Imaging
  • Implement New Graphical User Interface
  • Deploy use of Easy Script application

ORCA Budget SummaryAs of January, 2008
  • Budget 66,592,000
  • Actual 59,011,000
  • Under Budget 7,581,000

Supplemental Information ADT/Hospital Billing
  • Resolution of Resource Contention Between
  • Assessment of Institutional Capacity to Conduct
    Simultaneous Projects
  • Development of Detailed Project Plan
  • Identification and Recruitment of Technical
  • Development of Vendor Contracting Template to
    Mitigate Risks

Resolution of Resource Contention Between Projects
  • VPMA/COO position created July 1, 2007
  • Redirect resources
  • Set priorities
  • Cross organizational oversight committee chaired
    by VPMA/COO
  • Major project decisions making on all major
  • Organizational ability to be successful
  • Consultation with UW Technology and ISB

Assessment of Institutional Capacity to Conduct
Simultaneous Projects
  • Assessed at operational and technical resource
    levels projecting over 12 months
  • ORCA/Cerner, Lawson/Workforce Management and
    ADT/Hospital Billing included in assessment
  • Planned level of engagement across resources
    identifies potential conflicts to allow
    prospective resolution
  • Heat Maps provided as documentation

Identification and Recruitment of Technical
  • Development of detailed listing of positions
    required, HR recruiter hired (documentation
  • As of January, 2008, 21 staff have been hired
    contingent upon approval of project
  • IT and Operations project managers have been
    hired Experienced in Epic and ADT/Hospital
  • Project Director being recruited contingency
    plan is to use experienced outside consultant
    until permanent position can be filled

Development of Detailed Project Plan
  • Using Epic standard methodology, developed a task
    level work plan with major tasks, milestones, and
    timeframes (Project Plan Provided)
  • Analysis of system interfaces (Documentation
    provided) resulted in addition of resources and
    change in implementation strategy

Development of Vendor Contracting Template to
Mitigate Risks
  • Negotiated amendment reviewed with special AAG
    (specialist in IT vendor contracting), UW AAG, UW
    Procurement Services, and UW Technology
  • Issues resolved satisfactorily
  • Risk mitigation strategies included timing of
    payments, deliverables, and performance

Lessons Learned From Other Projects
  • Clear accountability
  • Adequate project resources
  • Optimal system performance
  • Process Redesign
  • Interfaces
  • Current software upgrades

First Consulting Group AssessmentAreas of Focus
  • Formalize commitment to achieve project benefits
  • Complete recruitment for Project Director
  • Follow through on commitment of operational
  • Link data center expansion to this project
  • Availability of Hospital-within-a-Hospital
  • Manage risks related to resource conflicts,
    management attention, project execution
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