When Supply Fills Demand

When Supply Fills Demand

At a recent Supply Chain design workshop, Jen Diemert, Planning and Supply Chain Coordinator, discussed common Supply Chain challenges. “People often think of big ticket items like hospital equipment or pharmaceuticals as being the focus of Supply Chain, but things like cotton balls and small bandages are just as essential come flu shot season. If you don’t have them, then it’s a problem.”

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Administrative Information Management System (AIMS) Project

The Administrative Information Management System (AIMS) project is a provincial initiative to implement a single system for better financial, capital and human resource management, and to create a consistent experience for health professionals, patients, clients, residents and families.

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Melissa Petit, Associate Director of HR, Buffalo Narrows

From Where I Stand

Melissa Petit

Associate Director of HR, Buffalo Narrows

Having Northern rates automatically calculated would accomodate a more streamlined workflow.

“There are many Northern provisions in the collective bargaining agreements, and we currently process those manually.”


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Q: What is the timeline for implementation of the AIMS project?

The AIMS Project has three phases that extend over 21 months:

Phase I: Imagine (Begins October 1, 2018)
The Imagine phase is the high-level design phase, with activities directed toward engaging users and stakeholders to understand current practices. This study will include evaluating challenges and opportunities, while harvesting ideas as to a desired future state.

Phase II: Deliver
The Deliver phase involves creating a prototype, testing and revising according to project requirements. Deployment planning begins with considerations including end-user training and transition plans to move from a testing environment to live production.

Phase III: Run
The Run phase involves the migration from the pre-production environment into full utilization, followed by support for the new business processes.