Release of the validated critical success factors, and the plan for testing them in practice
September 25, 2014
The Momentum project released today five key documents that follow the release of the 18 critical success factors (CSFs) for the deployment of telemedicine last May.
Four of the documents represent a further development and honing of the 18 CSFs, coming after critical feedback from stakeholders and experts from within and outside the network. The documents, subtitled “blueprint validated by ‘doers’ and stakeholders”, provide more context for each success factor and illustrate how they have applied in selected successful telemedicine deployments examined by Momentum.
The fifth document, Momentum test methodology (D3.3), delivers an action plan for testing Momentum in a real life setting. The region of southern Norway will apply the critical success factors, in combination with the Telemedicine REadiness Assessment Tool (TREAT), including both an online self-assessment and a facilitated workshop involving all key players.
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