Day 13 of Wave 4 Go-Live:
- Ticket incidents are trending 27% lower than our Wave 4 activation.
- Proactive review and mitigation of issues is having a positive effect on Go-Live.
- Go-Live support tapering has begun as scheduled.
Wave 4 Customers: Cerner Clinical Reports Retiring
- Process began the week of May 1.
- Priority is to start with daily reports, followed by weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual.
- Each report iteration will run through its remaining reporting period before it is flagged as a candidate to be deactivated.
- If you receive an email with an obsolete report, please enter a Non-Epic Report request to deactivate it.
Our Cerner clinical report writing team has been working to monitor and turn off automated Cerner clinical reports for Daily, Weekly, and Monthly report runs for Monmouth Medical Center, Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus, Jersey City Medical Center, Community Medical Center, and RWJBH Behavioral Health Center with report attachments. Our priority is to start with the daily emails, followed by the weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual. This process began the week of May 1st.
We want to ensure that each report iteration still runs through its remaining reporting period before we flag it as a candidate to be deactivated.
In all cases, the reports themselves will remain active and readily available, should we need to re-pull historical information or access the report in an ad-hoc situation.
We appreciate your assistance; if you receive an email with an obsolete report, please enter a Non-Epic Report request to deactivate it. The Cerner report writing team will ensure its retirement.