Over the initial phase of the project, the Administrative Information Management System (AIMS) project teams focused on determining the features of a business management solution that would meet the needs of the provincial health system.
A dozen eggs are good, a dozen doughnuts even better, but a dozen former regions with approximately 82 non-integrated business systems is not quite as positive. Thereby, making the point that more is not always better.
Saskatchewan is home to 1.164 million people, spread over 651,900 square kilometres. It’s a large land mass, with people distributed across the entire province. Healthcare reaches into every corner, as do healthcare workers. How do you train people on new technology when there are so many diverse locations and needs?
There are few words that can be as unsettling to some, as the word “change.” It’s the unknown that people most often find disturbing, raising the question of how change will affect the way they do their daily work.
Imagine a situation where you need to understand your household budget, but your cash is stashed in a sock and your monthly payables are on pieces of paper distributed evenly between your den and the glove compartment of your car.
Hellen Keller once said “A bend in the road is not the end of the road… Unless you fail to make the turn.” That’s why the Administrative Information Management System (AIMS) project has a team dedicated to Organizational Change Management (OCM), which is an area of specialization that looks at the people side of change management particularly as it relates to new business processes.
The Administrative Information Management System (AIMS) project is launching a new website to share news on the latest information on the project, including next steps toward achieving a single administrative system for better human resources, finance and supply chain management.
AIMS is essentially about people and creating tools to make their work easier, providing employees with faster, more convenient service and about employers being able to make better informed business decisions.
The AIMS project was launched to replace an infrastructure that currently relies on 82 non-integrated systems. The key areas addressed by AIMS include Human Resources, Finance and Supply Chain. AIMS is a collaborative venture, involving employers and partners from across the province.