Using monitoring and controlling in an electronic health record module upgrade: A case study

  • Cortelyou-Ward K
  • Yniguez R
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Project management consists of the repetitive and cyclical interaction between the initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing processes. This article seeks to apply the 2 of these processes, monitoring and controlling, to an electronic health record module upgrade. Recommendations such as flexibility, tracking changes, project teams, milestones, and testing changes before implantation are discussed and applied to a case study.

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  • EHR module upgrade
  • controlling
  • monitoring
  • project management

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  • Kendall Cortelyou-Ward

  • Randy Yniguez

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