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Running head: INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN AND PRESENTATION

Instructional Plan and Presentation


Sirena Banks
University of Phoenix
CUR/516
January 19, 2015
Patricia Luopa

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PHASE I
I.
II.

Training name and Title: Meditech Training: Clinical Content & Patient Care
Training Description: This Training is to provide knowledge, skill and
information on how to use the Meditech system within the HCA hospitals. The
training is designed to enhance and develop Registered Nurses workflow;
specifically clinical workflow within a fast paced HCA hospital. The training will
provide each nurse the skills to function when placed in any HCA hospital.
MEDITECH is an integrated information system that enables health care
providers to track a patient's history and/or monitor ongoing treatment of chronic
health problems, regardless of the patient's whereabouts. Providers are afforded
immediate access to patients' medical records, which can be used to devise
treatments.

III.

Target audience analysis: Training will consist of all Parallon current, new hire,
and rehire RN, LPN,CNA. (Nurses)

IV.

Target audience characteristics: Nurses will have 1 year experience in


hospitals, understand medical terminology and have basic computer skills.

V.

Delivery Modality:
a. Length of Training: The training will be given to all new hires as a
16hour course before being placed at a HCA hospital. Re-hires will be
given a 8hour course before being placed at HCA hospitals. Nurses who
would

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like to enhance their training with the Meditech system may request for
additional training in either 4hour or 8hour increments.
Trainings are broken into 4 topics 4 hour days. Rehires and Additional
Training have the ability to take the 16hour training in two days so they
can get to work sooner. Additional Training can take needed training only
New Hires:
Day 1 - 4hours

Day 3 - 4hours

Day 2 - 4hours

Day 4 - 4hours

Rehires & Additional Training:


Day 1 - 8hours
Day 2 - 8hours
Day 1 - 4hours

Day 3 - 4hours

Day 2 - 4hours

Day 4 - 4hours

b. Training Delivery: Classroom Setting w/ Computer Based Training


Day 1: Meditech Systems
Meditech Magic Fast Track Training
CBT- OnCall Learning - Live interactions
Day 2: Problem Management & Medication reconciliation
Day 3: Ordering & Patient Data & Population Management
Day 4: Role Play, Review, Live hands on test

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VI.

Training goals: To provide knowledge, skill, information and development with


Meditech systems. To ensure all Parallon Nurses are developed and well versed
with Meditech systems to function in an HCA facility

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PHASE II
I.
II.

Training name and Title: Meditech Training: Clinical Content & Patient Care
Defined Goals/Objective for each goal A-B-C-D format:

Goal:
Provide knowledge, skill, information and development with Meditech systems
Objective:
As a result of the Meditech training, nurses will be able to navigate , edit and enter
information into the problem management , medication reconciliation/discharge, ordering
and patient data retrieval/population management fields while using the Meditech
system

The Meditech training will provide nurses the ability to identify and explain the 4
tracking clinical workflow features when using the Meditech system

As a result of the Meditech training , nurses will be able to predict which of the 4
tracking clinical workflow features to use while providing patient care

Goal:
Ensure all Parallon Nurses are developed and well versed with Meditech systems to
function in an HCA facility
Objective:
The Meditech training will prepare nurses with the necessary process to trouble shoot the
system while in use

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At the end of the Meditech training all nurses will conduct a live demonstration using the
Meditech system to measure the nurses ability to function in an HCA facility.
III.
Objective Learning Style: Project Based Learning
The Clinical Content & Patient Care training will be based on teaching nurses
knowledge and skill on a computer program system within the hospital
(Meditech). The system has many functions, sections and fields, however, the
nurses will only focus on four main functions/fields in the system, which are:
Project Management, Medication Reconciliation/Discharge, Ordering and Patient
Data, Retrieval/ Population Management. The nurse will gain the knowledge and
skill of the system during a16hour time period instructional training. The training
will be broken down into a 4hour 4 day time period covering the needed four
topics. The nurses will respond to complex questions, problems and challenges
throughout the training ending in a result of the ability to navigate and use the
Meditech system.

IV.

Instructional Strategies:
Demonstrations of how to edit, update, search, add, document, sort, discharge,
and use quality boards within the Meditech system.

Audio/Visual - Video
Overhead projector
Meditech Application
OnCall Learning Training System

Question and Answer periods on each section

Guided observations

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Lecture/reading on system
Discussion

Hands on practice in the training area of the Meditech system

Role Play (scenarios)


Self-direction practice while doing
Meditech Magic Fast Track program
Oncall Learning computer based Meditech training

End of course live simulation to test nurse ability to use the system through
various scenarios

V.

Live hands on test while instructor watch


Simulations will be done in the Meditech application program Training Mode

Instructional Technologies:

Videos of live use: Students will watch short videos of real life scenarios
using the Meditech system

Overhead projector: The projector will be used to go over reading material

and to watch the real life video scenarios


Computer: Computer Based Training system (OnCall Learning) will hold
all the live interactions of the Meditech program. Students will practice the

four main functions/fields in the system.


Meditech Magic Fast Track training application will be used for live

scenarios
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PHASE III

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I.

Training name and Title: Meditech Training: Clinical Content & Patient
Care

II.

Length of Training: Training is mandatory 16hour course broken into


4hour 4day blocks. All new hires must complete training before working at
an HCA hospital. Rehires training is mandatory however they have an
opportunity to complete training in two days with two 8hour trainings to
start work sooner. The 8hour trainings must have five or more nurses
(RN,LPN & CNA) present to have a training course. Trainings are given
twice a month must see Human Resources for Training Schedules.
Additional Training will be given when requested. Nurse will have to
choose one of the 16 hour trainings that are given twice a month.

III.

Individuals Involved: Training Facilitator, Instructional Designer Human


Resource Department, Hiring Staff Manager, Training Department,
Registered Nurse

IV.

Resources and materials needed:

Computer Based Training : Oncall Learning Application, Meditech


Magic Fast Track Training Program

Overhead Projector for videos

Classroom Material four topic module books, note pad, pens and
questionnaire packet (for end of class evaluation)

Role Play scripts

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VI.

Facilitator Scenario Sheets

Student Scenario Sheets

Facilitator questions for question and answer segment

Chairs and tables for sitting and group discussions

20 Computers for each student

Implementation Plan:
o Plan Communication
Training will be communicated to all hires as a mandatory training and they
cannot start working without a successful completion. All hires will know they
must successfully pass the Live Scenario Testing knowing all functions before
working. Rehires will be advised that they must retrain no matter of the length of
time gone. Additional training will be posted all over the HCA hospitals and all
nurses will know to contact Parallon Workforce Human Resources for training
schedules and to self-book training.
o Interest and Commitment
All new hire and rehire Nurses will commit to the training on hire date by signing
a training commitment form. Every nurse will be provided literature on
completion of training and work start time. Additional training interest will be
promoted using pamphlets and posters by providing information on industry
improvements to the Meditech training.
o Selected Participants

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All participants will be selected based on hiring. Any Nurse working through
Parallon Workforce can choose additional training. A request must be made
through the Human Resources Department.
VII.

Implementation Plan Schedule:

Day 1 (4hours)
Introduction to Meditech Training
o Ice Breaker 30 minutes
o Knowledge Check 30 minutes
o Project Management & Management Reconciliation/Discharger Fields:
Understand the purpose, learn when and how to utilize the field 2 hours
o Discussion (Large Group Class) 20 minutes
o Simulation/Self-Direction Practice learned skill in the OnCall Learning Training
Application -40 minutes
Day 2 (4hours)
Meditech Training
o 30 minute Video using the Project Management Field
o 30 minute Video using the Management Reconciliation Field
o Ordering and Patient Data Retrieval & Population Management 2 hours
o Simulation/Self-Direction - Practice learned skill in the OnCall Learning Training
Application 40 minutes
o Discussion (Large Group Class) 20 minutes

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Day 3 (4hours)
Meditech Training
o 30 minute Video using the Ordering and Patient Data Retrieval field
o 30 minute Video using the Population Management field
o 45 Minute small group discussions on the four videos. Students will discuss
negative and positive incidents on what went on in the videos. Students will point
out when each field should be used in Meditech based on scenario
o 15 Minute Overhead projector Question and Answer segment
o 1 hour self-reading in module books followed with a lecture on topics for more
understanding
o 1 hour Simulation/Self-Direction Practice learned skill in the OnCall Learning
Training Application
Day 4 (4hours)
Meditech Training
o 1 hour review
o 1 hour Role Play using the overhead projector and the OnCall Learning
Application
o 2 hour Live hands on Scenario Testing

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PHASE IV

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I.
II.

Training name and Title: Meditech Training: Clinical Content & Patient Care
Evaluation Criteria:
o Evaluation will be conducted prior to training courses. This evaluation
will be based on interviews and surveys from charge nurses and
department heads in the hospital. Assessment Tools (Interviews and
Surveys with all hospitals on new nurses ability using the Meditech as
well as tenure nurses)
o Formative evaluations will be conducted through-out the trainings.
Assessment Tools Group discussions, question and answer segment,
simulation and self-directed learned practices
o Summative evaluation will be given at the end of the training by using a
performance assessment. Each nurse will perform a scenario testing. The
facilitator will provide live scenarios covering all four field topics and the
nurse must show understanding on how, when, where and when to use
each field. Performance scale will grade the nurse ability to navigate, edit
and enter information, identify and predict which of the 4 tracking clinical
workflow features to use based on the issue at hand (Wodkowski &
Ginsberg, 2010).

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o Audience evaluation will be conducted at the end of trainings by all


attendees (Nurses). Assessment Tools Survey questionnaire and a written
feedback of expectations was meet and what should be changed.

III.

Evaluation Instruments:
a) Interview Sheets and Surveys for hospitals
b) Role Play scripts
c) Scenario sheets for all four topics
d) Grading scale
e) Built in questions for the question and answer segment
(Wodkowski & Ginsberg, 2010)

IV.

Instructional Future:
Every six months the Meditech training program will be analyzed to see if the
training needs to be enhanced or continue. This will be done by using an overview
of data from all four of the evaluation criteria's. This overview will be used as part
of the considerations when making decisions on whether the training is
successful. During the consideration instructional designers will also analyze what
additional tools and techniques should be implemented to help benefit the future
of the training. If the training overview show areas of major improvement needed
at that time instructional designers will begin a needs analysis to revamp training.

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References

Brown, A., & Green, T. D. (2011). The Essentials of Instructional Design (2nd ed.). Retrieved
from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database.
Wodkowski, R.J., & Ginsberg, M.G. (2010). Teaching Intensive and Accelerated Courses.
Instruction That Motivates Learning (Rev ed.). Phoenix, AZ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

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