CST

CST Information for Medical Staff

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PHC Cerner Learner Newsletter

Read the Latest Edition: Sept 17, 2021-External Notes Distribution, Tips for Searching for Clinics, Update Patient Information

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KEY LINKS

Project Information (Transformation Central): http://our.CSTproject.ca/phc
Front-End Speech Recognition (FESR) training: http://bit.ly/FESRFlex-PHC
Project Contact: PHC-CST@providencehealth.bc.ca

QUESTIONS? If you have questions about the project and what it will mean for your clinical practice, reach out to your department/division provider champion (list below) or to the Senior Medical Director for CST Implementation.

Dr. Charles Lo
Senior Medical Director – CST Implementation
clo@providencehealth.bc.ca
Dr. Janet Simons
Co-Medical Director, Clinical Informatics
janet.simons@providencehealth.bc.ca

Provider Champions

Providence’s CST provider champions are assigned to each clinical area and are supporting us in the following ways:

  • Working with clinical informatics specialists to represent PHC colleagues in clinical specialties for design and validation work
  • Communicating needs and concerns of clinical groups with the CST project team
  • Sharing CST project updates/information at division or department meetings and directly with peers
  • Contributing to critical pre go-live activities
  • Helping lead CST Cerner demonstrations, skills sharpeners, dress rehearsals, and inform provider learning curriculum
  • Providing on-site support for physicians and other providers during the go-live period