Champion User Supervisor
Information and Communication Technology Department at St. George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Biography: An Orthopaedic Scrub Nurse by background, Marlon joined the Information and Communication Technology Department at St. George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 2019 to be part of the Integrated Clinical Information Programme (iCLIP) using Cerner Millenium. As a Champion User Supervisor, he is involved with the preparation for projects that are ‘Going Live’, providing at-the-elbow support during ‘Go Live’ and ‘Business as Usual’ and helps users with troubleshooting, providing mini sessions for areas that require additional support.
South West London ICL Digital Pioneer Fellowship project summary: Patient Flow or Capacity Management (CapMAn) is a new application within Cerner Millennium that can be used as a single source to obtain and access real time information which gives clear visibility of current activities across the Trust including ward overview, bed capacities, bed statuses and patients location. It will allow users to request equipment, porters and AdHoc cleaning tasks. CapMAn is about capturing the patient journey from admission (ED, Outpatient Clinic or eTCI), movement around the hospital (ED/ward to radiology department or to theatres) and up to discharge with the involvement of a multidisciplinary team.
Estimated number of patients / staff impacted by the project: Patients: 1,300. Staff: 8,000.
Goal(s) for time on the South West London ICL Digital Pioneer Fellowship: Marlon hopes to meet other like-minded professionals in the Fellowship who can share experiences and expertise regarding digitalisation so that he can gain more knowledge about project management, including from the conception of ideas, planning, implementation and monitoring.