Case Study

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
  • Facilitation and staff support for the development of a comprehensive, multi-year information technology plan for this world-renowned pediatric center of excellence
  • Interim Director, Ambulatory Information Systems and Services, responsible for planning and development of comprehensive physician and patient community and clinical integration solutions
  • Facilitation of ARRA Meaningful Use Task Force and readiness assessment
  • Interim Controller, Information Services staffing
  • Development of an enterprise-wide PMO to guide organizational integrated facility build (new hospital) with program expansion and advanced patient access and clinical device integration.
  • Establishment of a PMO to guide the on-boarding of physician practices acquired by the health system, including the implementation of information systems solutions.
  • Facilitation of EMR implementation initiative, including building EMR structure for a multi-specialty ambulatory network, coordinating the EMR implementation to the joined clinics, converting Legacy system data, and coordinating training and support activities for 100 physician-provider network.
  • Provided support and coordination for EMR system transition from eClinicalWorks to Epic, including data migration and chart abstraction process
  • Provided Business Associate Agreements (BAA’s) upgrade negotiation and management
  • Provided enterprise initiative portfolio review and planning services

About Lucile Packard
Children's Hospital

With 311 licensed beds and 835 medical staff, Packard Children’s Hospital is internationally recognized as a preeminent provider of pediatric and obstetrical care.  The hospital is located on the Stanford University campus, and serves nearly 80,000 inpatient days and over 150,000 clinic visits annually.

In 2011, Packard invested more than $128 million dollars in community programs designed to improve the health status of children and pregnant women.