Goals and Accomplishments
May 30, 2007
Top Five Goals & Objectives for FY2008
- Practice Partner: Redundant Servers installed and system was migrated to Oracle. Rollout to clinics, excluding psych and student health, has been completed.
- Web 508 Compliance: Assessment of non-compliant sites completed. Education classes have been developed regarding 508 compliant guidelines. WGIC still working to establish standards.
- Outsourcing: Contract expired on 12/31/06 and 140 budgeted FTEs were transitioned into MUHA effective 1/1/07.
- Core redundancy and failover: Mission critical applications and systems identified and funding requested. Redundant servers purchased and installed in several key areas.
- Core Clinical Information Systems (eCareNet): Time frame has shortened to try to coincide with new hospital. ED Tracking, Meds Manager are live; Clinical Documentation in April, Meds Admin. in May. OR Management / Scheduling completed.
- Consolidated additional departmental IT staff from both University and Hospital into larger OCIO Information Services department
- Achieved cost savings in restructuring existing contracts of more than $1.1 million, and cost avoidance of more than $4.5 million
- Completed and published the IT-Enabled Strategic Plan
- Completed and published an annual report for OCIO
- Initiated MUSC Excellence Training for OCIO Management Staff
Complete implementation of core clinical information systems, including expert documentation, care record, CPOE, and clinician portal
Support key research initiatives such as the implementation of a translational research database, high speed network, and high performance computing
Support key educational initiatives such as faculty and course evaluation systems, simulation labs, and student portals
Begin planning for a replacement Enterprise Resource Planning Management System
Enhance security and redundancy, and reduce vulnerabilities of the campus-wide network by implementing a network registration system and tighter access controls through identity management