Voices of Healthcare Cloud is a webinar series hosted by myself, @Vasu Sharma & @Joshua Thompson. My name is Shelly Avery, I am currently a Dir, Healthcare Specialist for Health and Life Sciences focusing on the largest Payor and Provider customers in the US, Vasu is a Sr Customer Success Manager for Microsoft 365 for Health and Life Sciences & Josh is a Sr Account Executive for Healthcare. The goal of this webinar series is to highlight how Healthcare is seeing positive business and clinical outcomes with cloud technology.
We will be bringing new and creative solutions to you at least once a month, so we hope you tune in live or catch the on-demand recording after the session is completed.
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For this session, we are thrilled to have Steve Adamo an Application Architect at Texas Childrens Hospital, who will discuss how low code and citizen development have provided quality of life improvements for staff, nurses, physicians, and volunteers. Steve talks through a handful of examples of quality of life improvement solutions that have been implemented and how Texas Children’s is looking to expand citizen development to become a standard option for solutions.
As you will hear in the recording, Texas Children's has hundreds of apps built in their organization but only a few were discussed, a few examples are:
Epic Change Control: This app provides Epic change control staff with the ability to manage change requests and approvals, working through the entire Epic workflow lifecycle.
NLCAT: The Nursing Leadership Competence Assessment Tool allows staff and nursing leadership the option to self-evaluate across a range of leadership functions to measure employee performance and identify employees with leadership potential.
Rideout Hoteling App: This provides end users with the means to book rooms and showers at various Rideout locations during an emergency and the admin app allows staff with the means to report on building capacity and employee locations
For an overview from the Center of Excellence for Power Platform here is a snapshot from Texas Children’s
This session happened in the past, please watch the recording here.
Resources that were discussed or shared during the session are:
- Steve mentioned being able to quickly get started with the platform with Microsoft resources, this is a great starting point for making your first app.
- When you start making your own apps, these common formulas are a helpful reference.
- Steve mentioned creating the first automation to take a response from Microsoft Forms and send an email. Here's how to do that.
- Steve mentioned welcoming new users, getting approvals, and sharing best practices. This is the deployable solution for this Center of Excellence tooling.
- Steve mentioned the use of Shifts, here is some additional detail around that Teams-based capability.
- Steve mentioned some community video resources, here are some beginner videos.
- Steve discussed apps used enterprise-wide. This blog covers some of those apps as well as templates to get started.
Please come back and check out our upcoming sessions
- September 21st - Deliver Modern Member Experience
- October 19th - Empower Health Team Collaboration
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