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Clinical Restructuring Plan Leadership Update January 6, 2005. Overview. What’s been happening in December What to anticipate in January/February Staging M1 moves ER/UCC Plans M1 Communication Plan. What’s Been Happening. Staffing update:

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Clinical restructuring plan leadership update january 6 2005
Clinical Restructuring PlanLeadership UpdateJanuary 6, 2005

Clinical Restructuring Plan


Overview
Overview

  • What’s been happening in December

  • What to anticipate in January/February

    • Staging M1 moves

    • ER/UCC Plans

    • M1 Communication Plan

Clinical Restructuring Plan


What s been happening
What’s Been Happening

  • Staffing update:

    • 154 SJHC staff transferring in first ½ of 2005 (64%)

    • Still waiting to hear from 77 SJHC staff

    • ~ 75 SSC union staff transferring to UC in April 2005

  • Recruitment

    • SJHC recruiting Resource RN positions

    • LHSC recruiting 90 – 100 RNs

    • LHSC recruiting PSA, unit clerk & Tech positions

  • Surplus

    • LHSC not expecting to see surplus based on what we know today

    • Surplus staff likely at SJHC related to the General Surgery Partial Program Transfer

    • A few SJHC staff are exploring bumping opportunities as a result of electing not to transfer to LHSC

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What s been happening1
What’s Been Happening

  • Staging the M1 moves

    • Preliminary consultation and critical path development

    • Learning from experience in other jurisdictions

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41 days left!

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Plan for january
Plan for January

  • Formulate detailed staging plans for each move

    • Align recruitment, orientation and training schedules

    • Align EPR schedule

    • Determine clinical utilization targets pre and post transfer

    • Identify open/close dates and times

    • Develop detailed logistical plans

  • Prepare for ER move in February

  • Implement next phase of Communication Plan

Clinical Restructuring Plan


Staging process
Staging Process

  • Initial consultation with clinical directors, surgeons

  • Next steps: Consider

    • Human resources plans and capability (recruitment, training, staffing)

    • Clinical utilization capability

  • Proceed to formulate detailed critical path

  • Present draft plan to Leadership mid January

Clinical Restructuring Plan


Er what to expect
ER: What to Expect

  • ER closure at SJHC February 15th

  • LHSC prepared to receive additional patients

    • UC opening 3rd Pod

    • SSC opening satellite unit

  • UCC opens at SJHC February 16th at 0800

  • SJHC Access at Night - February 16th

  • Patient Transport – in and out of SJH

  • Comprehensive communication strategy proceeding targeted at both internal and external stakeholders and public at large

Clinical Restructuring Plan


Communication plan
Communication Plan

January – Information Sharing

  • Staff forums – Milestone I vision of LHSC/SJHC presentation, Vision Newsletter distributed, displays

  • Meetings with LHSC/SJHC leadership, staff & physicians – Presentations of ER Communication Plan

  • Engaging media reps, City of London, hospital partners – Overview of MI, Presentation of ER Communication Plan, share advertising campaign creative

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Communication plan1
Communication Plan

February – Implementation

  • Launch of ER Communication Strategy (7 days prior to Feb. 15) – Countdown to change, advertising, web site, information line, media features

  • Conduct research to gage penetration of market – Tool to help guide our communication

  • Key Principle: Getting patients to the right place for the right care delivery

  • Key Driver: Maintaining patient saftey

  • Update newsletter – Information on MI planning, program transfer, sequencing updates, successes to date

Clinical Restructuring Plan


Communication plan2
Communication Plan

We need your help to communicate the upcoming changes to our staff & physicians.

To request a presentation on the ER communication strategy at your next staff meeting, please contact:

  • James Bullbrook, Communication Consultant, at ext. 75532 or,

  • Eva Kohout, Communication Consultant, at ext. 77622

    Please help us to keep everyone informed!

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Questions
Questions???

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