We have teams of Change Managers and Project Managers who are able to work to key strengths.
‘PRINCE2’ the structured project management methodology is utilised in all projects and deployments that we get involved with, having staff accredited at both foundation and practitioner level. Change Management can affect or be influenced by an organisations culture, appetite for change and or even service redesign. Our Change Team staff are accredited Change Managers.
By bringing Project Management, Change Management and training skills together and having a wide range of experience in the multiple services in the NHS, our staff have a comprehensive base level of understanding. Appropriate skill can be brought in at the right times to ensure that all aspects of the lifecycle of a project can be catered for. Additionally, we are able to guide and steer our customers to suitable record keeping for their own audit trails.
We have previously rolled out e-prescribing to community and Mental Health Trusts. We also assisted with the rollout of SystmOne to Diabetes Services.
Our Project Managers are responsible for delivering and co-ordinating a set of activities and resources comprising of one or multiple projects, change activities and embedding new skills and ways of working on behalf of our customers. Project Managers are flexible in the nature of the work undertaken and will support the organisation to realise pre-defined benefits. All Project Managers also have an excellent knowledge of NHS IT working practices and Information Governance (IG).
Our highly experienced Change Management Team works in partnership with organisations to enable change by means of proven change management processes, tools and techniques; bridging the gap between services, people and technologies to deliver successful change whilst realising tangible benefits smoothly. This will ensure your staff are comfortable with new processes and systems are operating efficiently.