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Oneview - Interactive Patient Care. Prepared By: Pilar Collins, Program Manager IT Lead,. Friday, March 14, 2014. Oneview – Project Updates.

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oneview interactive patient care
Oneview - Interactive Patient Care

Prepared By:

Pilar Collins, Program Manager

IT Lead,

Friday, March 14, 2014

oneview project updates
Oneview – Project Updates
  • Successful Mission Bay Hospital Pilot and Clinical Demonstrations of Oneview software and hardware solution completed 1/29/14. 110+ Clinical, IT and Business stakeholders participated.
  • Day 1 Business Requirements approved on 3/14/14.
  • IT Governance, Enterprise Architecture and Infrastructure (EIA) committee approved Oneview’s architecture design on 3/27/14.
  • Clinical Workflow Workgroups in progress to complete workflows to support the Oneview solution (25+ sessions held to date)
  • Interface development underway including ADT, Diet Orders, Patient Education, Computrition, and MyChart (lab results; post-operative information and discharge instructions and access to patient education videos when at home).
  • Vendor Equipment Selections ongoing for tablets, TVs, arms/mounts, game controllers, web cameras, head end equipment and other. Final Equipment List on 4/30/14.
  • IT Support Planning begins on 4/28/14.
  • Planning underway to install Oneview Simulation Test environment at the Kanbar Center in May 2014.
oneview decision points
Oneview Decision Points
  • Interactive Patient Care System will be installed at UCSF Mission Bay Hospitals and the Gateway Medical Office Building (Adult Infusion, Dialysis and Pediatric Treatment Center). (Other UCSF locations are TBD.)
  • The IPC vendor – Oneview will install, manage and provide on-going support and maintenance for both the IPC system and the Broadcast TV solution for Mission Bay Hospitals.
  • IPC equipment includes: TVs, Tablets, Pillow Speakers, Arm Mounts, IR Remote Controls, Remote Entertainment Stations (family TV controls & sound)
  • The soft Go Live on October 1, 2014 will include all patient rooms.
  • Project has standardized on a patient footwall TV display size of 65” for all locations that can accommodate this footprint. Smaller TVs and/or tablets will be used in rooms that have physical space constraints.
  • IPC equipment will be fanless and medically wipeable devices selected to withstand the disinfectant solutions in use by Infection Control and EVS.
ipc critical success factors
IPC Critical Success Factors
  • Simplicity of end user experience
  • Ease of integration and sustainability, no increased burden for Nursing
  • Ability to scale infrastructure to the enterprise
  • Patient and family embrace of new technology as a medium for access to information, services and engagement of their care delivery
  • Organizational adoption of new technology and future investment in growth and development of IPC tools and technology
  • Enhancement of Clinical workflows
  • Seamless transition of IPC infrastructure and equipment from project team to day-to-day IT operational support.