To conclude the semester, the LWC team put together an updated demo, a storyboard mapping out what the pilot should look like and began collecting some new data while shadowing with the CBDI rounding teams.

After the Ideation presentation ended, the team set up multiple meetings with important stakeholders in order to attain more edits for the demo. With their help, the team started working on pilot instruction sheets that would be role-specific. The goal was to create an implementation plan for the pilot to ensure that it would be well-received. The instruction sheets were edited and finalized for the pilot.

The team also began working on storyboard images that would serve as a clear visual for how the pilot should run. The scenes showed an image and provided direction on each role and how to make it successful. It was important to communicate the value of each role in these images, to ensure that everyone was on the same page.
While shadowing rounds, the team started collecting data on transit times, the average patient times and the time it takes for the scheduler to create the rounds schedule each morning. The team started to gather this data in hopes that it would ensure their time provided time window could work in the initial pilot.

At the final Refinement presentation, the team presented this data and ran the audience through an updated demo.