Specialty Team Roll Out
Within this section are the steps and tasks the project manager, clinical engagement lead and speciality team lead will take to roll out Patients Know Best successfully in their team. Whether they are the first or fifteenth team to roll out PKB, they each need to go through the same process.
Following an overview of PKB's key features, universal messaging, the library, care plans, consultations and sharing test results it will be time to start mapping your current pathways and designing new pathways incorporating PKB. Setting achievable goals is an important part of this process along with evaluating and measuring the impact of using a PKB as a team with your patients.
This section for the clinical transformation toolkit will take you through each stage of rolling out PKB as a team, before reading through it, it will be useful to look at the examples use cases and workflows on the speciality teams page here.
Team Roles: different PKB accounts people in the team will have
Team qualification form: How to qualify if speciality teams are ready to go live
Creating SMART goals: a how-to guide and examples of SMART goals
Sharing Test Results: clinical care is proven to be safer when patients and professionals have access to test results in real-time.
Default Privacy for a Team: what two privacy labels team choose for team data and team access.
Patient Initiated Follow Up: give patients greater control over their follow-up, by using a Patient-Initiated Follow-Up (PIFU) in PKB.
Remote Consultations: using PKB for virtual appointments
Adding videos to a patient's record: videos are a powerful way to share information between professionals and patients.
Patient journey: creating new workflows for patient care.
Research Consent: the different ways to do consent for research in PKB.