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What is my training plan for the go-live?

When developing a go-live training plan, it is important that health centers identify the different users of the system (e.g., end-user, super-user, system administrator) and ensure that they receive the appropriate training. As part of an initial system implementation, vendors often provide a contractually specified amount of training. Health Centers may need to be creative in how they design their go-live training to accommodate the schedules of busy health care professionals. Training usually commences a few weeks prior to the go-live and continues during and immediately after the go-live period.

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