If you are planning to move to the Health and Social Care Network, there is a strong likelihood that the transition could be overwhelming.
On the surface, the process might look easy. However, you are looking to adopt networking system that allows for effective collaboration, excellent operational delivery, and optimum and secure service delivery.
To ensure the transition is seamless, there are 6 steps to consider:
#1…Understanding the business requirements of health and social care delivery is critical. This will allow you to clearly define what information must be shared and who will be granted access to this information.
#2…Once the business plan is set, you will need to find the right technology that aligns with your business goals. Operational efficiency and security will be two primary elements at play here.
#3…When setting up the platform, ensure that it sufficiently supports three important capabilities: collaboration, interoperability, and connectivity. These three elements will help to ensure delivery of services in a reliable manner.
#4…Now you are ready to see if the network can come through. It is critically important to have relevant experts, also known as process experts or subject matter experts, to look at your network access and see if the solutions are built to meet your needs.
#5…Once the operation is started, you will need to align with process experts to help design your platform from start to finish and ensure the overall system is efficient, seamless, and secure.
#6…Once the processes are clearly defined, completed, and configured, you are good to go to market with your network.
Performance, quality, scalability, security, reliability, and integration are six of the primary benefits you will receive upon successful completion of HSCN migration.
If you want to find out more about the migration process to HSCN, click the link below for more information.