Articles and updates from the Clinical & Systems Transformation project.

Jul. 6, 2017

The Workstation on Wheels (WOW) show n’ tells across Lions Gate Hospital have begun in earnest in preparation for CST go-live in 2018.

Over the next number of weeks, educators and CST peer mentors will be providing device show n’ tells to staff across the hospital. Last week, Bart Bielec, wheeled a cart up to ICU while Tammy Raesler, Clinical Educator Care Cardiac, provided a show n’ tell on 2E earlier this week.

The WOW cart will be used in both acute and non-acute environments within the hospital. 

Mar. 1, 2017

There are up to 24,000 preventable adverse events in acute care hospitals – and those are just the incidents we can measure. We can do better and reducing adverse events is a goal for the Clinical & Systems Transformation project.

Dec. 6, 2016

We have been working behind the scenes to make it easier to find information on the Clinical & Systems Transformation (CST) website.

The site has a new menu structure and richer content. The menu categories at the top of the page have changed, and so have the URLs of several of the pages, so you may need to update your bookmarks.

One of the most noticeable updates is a new section called “What’s changing?”, which is divided into six sections:

Nov. 24, 2016

Vivian Eliopoulos, Michele Babich and Mary Ackenhusen cut the ribbon to officially open the Vancouver Pharmacy Production Centre, with assistance from Cathy FiguraThe Vancouver Pharmacy Production Centre (VPPC) was officially opened yesterday, marking a major milestone for health care providers across VCH, PHSA and PHC and a big step forward for the Clinical and Systems Transformation (CST) project. 

Nov. 9, 2016

Screenshot and link to Maternity clinical transformation workshop videoOngoing clinical transformation workshops give front-line health professionals an opportunity to validate design work and provide input into fine-tuning the new shared clinical information system.

Watch a report from the session, including feedback from participants.