296. Feasibility and TELOS Strategy

Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics

Today’s episode we go over a brief overview of the first step of the waterfall model, which is looking into feasibility. One of the ways to approach this is adopting a TELOS strategy:

T – Technological – looking into the technology aspect and seeing if the project’s technical requirements are possible

E – Economic – looking into the financial impact of the project and its possible costs on implementation and maintenance

L – Legal – identifying if the project is within or breaks any regulations or legislations

O – Operational – reviewing whether the project will have a major impact on the day-to-day operations

S – Scheduling – analyzing whether the project makes sense from a time perspective; seeing if the project would even be useful by the time it is implemented

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