FAQs for Super Users
Q: How will CCHC know that I am a Super User at go-live?
700+ CCHC Super Users and 350+ ATE support (ettain) staff have been allocated across locations in shifts. All Floor Support staff can be recognized by a ORANGE LANYARD.
Q: I do not feel “super,” how can I prepare for Go-Live?
Refer to the Super User Action Plan for tactical action items you can do every week, such as making time to practice in Playground outside of training classroom time.
Read the Weekly Super User emails from Paula Savini every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. If you do not currently receive the weekly emails, please Contact Us.
Read the Change Impact Snapshots by Epic Module/Area or the Physician and Nursing Snapshots. If you have password access questions and/or any additional questions, please Contact Us with your Cape Cod Healthcare email.
Look out for an Operational Epic Go-Live Playbook that details essential go-live resources and materials available for Go-Live support and issue resolution.
Watch Epic Videos to get a refresher on workflows and more tips and tricks!
Review the Super User Guides by Application in detail.
Finally, be confident! Transitioning into a new system and a new way of life is never easy, but trust in the process and the work that you have put in thus far – chances are, you know more than you think you know!
Q: When am I getting scheduled to be a Super User?
Super Users are deployed starting November 1, 6 a.m. at North Street, Cape Cod Hospital, Falmouth Hospital, and Medical Affiliates of Cape Cod.
CCHC Super Users and/or ATE support (ettain) will be available during your departments’ hours of operation.
The final schedule will be published the week of October 26.