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Getting to go-live

Getting to go-live

Go-live is among the most complex parts of an implementation of this magnitude. The logistics are massive and include communication, training, command center planning, hardware deployment, resource allocation, contingency planning, real-time support, roles, and responsibilities.

One of the ways we’ll advance our readiness is through a series of half-day sessions called Go-Live Readiness Assessment meetings. During the meetings, participants will review our operational and technical readiness for each installation area, including project risks, concerns, and resolution plans.

Operational leaders, in partnership with project team members, will present updates and lead a review of go-live readiness with subject matter experts in these areas:

UTHealth HCPC Clinical

Integrated Areas (UTHealth HCPC/UT Physicians)

Revenue Cycle and Patient Access (UTHealth HCPC/UT Physicians)

UT Physicians Clinical

Our first of three Go-Live Readiness Assessment (GLRA) meetings will occur on Friday, Feb. 12, about 90 days before go-live. For those who are participating, thank you!

Stay tuned for more go-live updates in these newsletters, from university leadership, and of course, via the UTHealthCONNECT intranet site.

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