Friday, January 12, 2018
BJC | BJC team members who use Active Forms (sometimes referred to as Adhoc) should be aware that a replacement is coming soon. Forms on Demand (FOD) is being rolled out across the organization, along with Epic, and will replace Active Forms.
FOD will be used to:
In short, FOD will contain forms that today are in Active Forms.
“Forms on demand is being rolled out with Epic, because it is the downtime system for Epic, but it serves several purposes,” says Dan Del Rosso, BJC IS group manager. “Forms on Demand will be the enterprise-wide forms system. Also, with Forms on Demand comes standardized armbands and labels, which has been long desired and will be a significant cost savings at BJC.”
Alton Memorial Hospital, Christian Hospital, Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital and Progress West Hospital have all gone live with FOD. Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Parkland Health Center and Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital will go live Feb. 2.
eLearning, on-site training available
Super users have been identified, and super-user training sessions are being coordinated in cooperation with entity clinical information systems (CIS) departments. Taylor Communications will conduct additional training sessions for users prior to go-live, and the hospitals also will conduct on-site training for both users and super-users.
Taylor Communications will be on site the following dates and times:
It’s recommended that users complete eLearning, which is now available in SABA, prior to attending a training session.
To complete the eLearning:
If you have questions about FOD training, contact Roslyn Henderson, Roslyn.email@example.com or 314-747-4338.
FOD go-live dates
See the list below for a timeline of upcoming targeted FOD go-live dates.
As FOD is rolled out at each hospital/service organization, user access to Active Forms will be turned off. Once FOD is completely rolled out, Active Forms will be deactivated.
For more information, contact Meekee McDougald, firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-273-1717.
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