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Managing Change – Ensuring Lab Informatics Solution Adoption

17 Apr 2013 - 17 Apr 2013 - Webinar via WebEx



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Join us Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 2pm EDT

System Adoption is categorized by the end-user community embracing the lab informatics system and discontinuing use of their legacy applications.  It is System Adoption, not system go-live, that is the true indicator of project success.

No matter whether you are implementing a multi-lab, multi-national or a single lab informatics solution you will need to follow a change management process in order to ensure the adoption of your new system.   This change management process needs to be defined and initiated early on in the implementation life cycle. 

In this one hour webinar, learn how to develop and execute a change management process that is appropriate for your lab informatics solution’s scope of deployment. 

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Key Take-Aways:

  • Identify the critical components of your informatics change management processes
  • Learn how to scale the change management effort to the scope of your deployment
  • Understanding the difficulties inherent in cross-cultural deployments

Who Should Attend:

  • Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts
  • IT Project Managers
  • IT Executives and Leaders
  • Quality Assurance and IT Quality Professionals

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This is a complimentary hour long presentation including a Q & A section. 

This is the next installment in our ongoing series of complimentary webinars focused on issues of interest to the informatics community. To view past webinars or see future topics or want to sign up to receive webinar news click the links below:

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CSols, Inc.
131 Continental Drive, Suite 303
Newark, DE 19713
302-731-5290  |  www.csolsinc.com



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