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Clinical Leadership Preparedness Program (CLPP)

The Clinical Leadership Preparedness Program (CLPP) is an educational series designed to prepare healthcare organizations for an upcoming MEDITECH Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementation. The CLPP was developed exclusively for provider leaders and the clinical executive team to provide the necessary tools for a successful Advanced Clinical Systems implementation.

Developed and led by MEDITECH’s Physician Advocacy team, including physicians with years of advanced clinical implementation experience, CLPP is offered in two program formats — Classroom and Virtual. Customers are assigned a format based on their unique project plan. Currently, the two offerings are:

 

Classroom Program

The Classroom Program, comprised of a comprehensive curriculum, includes a multiple-day, MEDITECH-hosted seminar. This method leads providers, executives, and clinical leaders through the concepts and skills required for the successful design, implementation, and adoption of the advanced clinical component of MEDITECH's EHR.

The program incorporates a combination of seminars, webinars, discussions, site visits, and full-day courses to drive successful system adoption.

Recommended Attendees

  • CMO and/or VPMA
  • Chief Medical Information Officer
  • Clinician Champion(s)
  • Clinician and Provider Leads, usually the PAC Members
  • Physician System Coordinator
  • CIO
  • CNO
  • Pharmacy Director
  • Quality Leads
  • IT Leads

Program Takeaways

  • Physician/clinician roles in EHR implementation
  • Aligning Goals
  • Clinical workflow analysis & defect recognition
  • EHR-enabled Clinical Quality Improvement (eCQI)
  • Clinical content build
  • Overview of clinical decision support
  • Go-LIVE planning & support

 

Virtual Program

The Virtual Program — also known as the CLPP Executive Webinar Series — is a streamlined program consisting of six, one-hour online video or webinar sessions which assist providers, executives, and clinical leaders in becoming operational with a new phase of an EHR implementation.

Recommended Attendees

  • CMO and/or VPMA
  • Chief Medical Information Officer
  • Clinician Champion(s)
  • Clinician and Provider Leads, usually the PAC Members
  • Physician System Coordinator
  • CIO

Program Takeaways

  • Physician/clinician roles in EHR implementation
  • Communication strategies in EHR implementation
  • Organizing PACs and workgroup meetings
  • Introduction to PAC framework
  • Aligning Goals
  • Effective Clinical Decision Support Strategies
  • Root cause analysis
  • Improving clinical processes

Questions

For additional information on these programs, please contact the CLPP Project Manager, Kelly Anne Christie