The Path to Activation consists of four phases which are described below.
The first phase, called Transition, has already begun. During Transition, hospital staff at every level make detailed plans about how they will perform their work with the new space and equipment at 500P. They also plan for Move-In Day.
During the second phase, called Activation, hospital staff begin putting their new work plans into action, and in the final months of Activation perform three “dress rehearsals” to simulate Move-In Day.
The third phase is Move-In Day, the day when staff are responsible for safely and efficiently transferring everything to the new hospital, including patients.
The final phase in the Path to Activation is Stabilization, which occurs in the first months of occupying the new hospital facility. During Stabilization, hospital staff will refine and improve the plans they created and implemented during Transition and Activation using their newly acquired working experience of the new hospital facility.