According to (IT Toolkit, n.d.), a deliverable is an outcome….

Question Answered step-by-step According to (IT Toolkit, n.d.), a deliverable is an outcome…. According to (IT Toolkit, n.d.), a deliverable is an outcome. “Project deliverables must be identified at the start – when the project is first proposed. As the project moves forward, and deliverables are further defined and specified, the need for one or more related process deliverables will come into focus.” (IT Toolkit, n.d., para. 6). So far, the expected outcomes for Beaker AP is to take the place of CoPathPlus, and to interface with Epic, since it’s an Epic product this should be a given. A want for this project from the Histology/Cytology manager is to have a better tracking system. From all the videos and information that I’m getting, it looks like this is going to be the case. The completion criteria would be to have Beaker AP doing everything that CoPathPlus does and more. Also, for all historical data to be in Epic, which currently it does cross over with the help of the interface that LIS built. Reports of data should be able to be easily pulled from Beaker AP, which currently are being pulled through CoPathPlus. Another completion criteria would be to have all end users trained on Beaker AP and to have all of LIS and Nursing informatics trained in building and maintaining Beaker AP.┬áREAD THE ABOVE. WHAT DO YOU AGREE AND DISAGREE WITH? WHAT DID YOU FIND INTERESTING? WHAT ELSE MIGHT YOU ADD? EXPLAIN. Health Science Science Nursing NURISNG HCI 690 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)