Successful implementation of projects depends on technology
Software for tracking and evaluating data on patients is one technology that can improve the process of implementation and results in my EBP project. A tool like this would enable clinicians to capture, store and analyze key information about the implementation of evidence-based practice, such as demographics for patients, diagnosis codes, patterns in medication use, etc. It would allow them to identify quickly trends or areas of need for improvement. This way, they could make the necessary changes without manually reviewing all data. In addition, the system can give real-time feedback on outcomes that can be used to improve quality.
It is my intention to make use of this technology, as I feel it will simplify the evaluation process. I also believe that by analyzing big datasets manually and gaining more precise insights about how effective certain interventions are, I can reduce manual effort. Its only possible barrier is the cost, as implementing this software requires additional hardware and/or subscription to a third party service. If budgets allow, I believe this software could prove to be a valuable asset for ensuring successful implementation over time of evidence-based practice.