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IMIA-NI and NI2009 Report

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Lucy Westbrooke …

Lucy Westbrooke
International Medical Informatics Association - Nursing Informatics SIG
www.imiani.org
(2/10/09, Forum, 12.00)

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  • 1. IMIA-NI and NI2009 Lucy Westbrooke NZ representative to IMIA-NI Vice Chair (Admin & Finance) IMIA-NI
  • 2. IMIA, IMIA-NI & HINZ IMIA Mental Health Working Group IMIA-NI Special Interest Group Other Working Groups…. HINZ
  • 3. IMIA-NI Board 2009-2012
    • Chair person
      • Heimar Marin - Brazil
    • Vice Chairs –
      • Hyeoun-Ae Park - Korea (Membership)
      • Patrick Weber - Switzerland (Communication)
      • William Goossen – The Netherlands (Working Groups)
      • Lucy Westbrooke – New Zealand (Admin & Finance)
  • 4. IMIA-NI Board
  • 5. Definition – IMIA-NI 2009
    • “ Nursing Informatics science and practice integrates nursing, its information and knowledge and their management with information and communication technologies to promote the health of people, families and communities world wide.”
  • 6. NI Conference Cycle
    • IMIA – MedInfo conference changing cycle from triennial cycle to biennial cycle from 2013.
    • IMIA-NI - NI conference cycle under consideration - next NI2012 - Canada
    • Bid for following conference due 2010 for either 2014 or 2015 from Asia-Pacific region
  • 7. Nursing Archetypes
    • Aim to establish an international project to get Nursing Archetypes developed and governed by the Nursing Profession
    • Decision to manage this as a stream under the IMIA-NI Standards Working group.
    • William Goossen to lead this stream and work with Suzanne Bakken the chair of Standards working Group.
  • 8. Helsinki - Finland Koskela Hospital – site visit
  • 9. Healthcare in Finland
    • Health Services are mainly funded by Municipalities (regions) from tax revenue
    • Aim – Efficient, accessible healthcare services are available to the entire population
    • Local authorities must provide the main primary healthcare and specialised services
    • Public care is supplemented by private healthcare with the national system of health insurance partially reimbursing.
  • 10. eHealth Strategy - KanTa
    • Overview from Helsinki Health dept
    • KanTa Goal
      • integrate the information systems of public and private providers into a system that allows real time access to patient records and prescription information.
      • Uniform data structure
      • 24/7 across boundaries
      • Patient consent is required
  • 11. Finish National development projects
    • ePrescription - 2009
    • eArchive – 2010
    • eAccess – 2011 for citizen over 18yr with electronic identification
      • Information includes – ePrescriptions and dispensing, visits to healthcare providers, referrals, treatment summaries, certificates an statements, patient consents and access log data.
  • 12. Helsinki Statistics
    • Inhabitants – 577,000
      • Under 15 – 14.6%
      • Over 65 – 14.3%
      • Over 85 - 1.9%
    • Healthcare Budget €1,070m = $2,177m
      • Health Centre = 60%
      • Hospital = 40%
  • 13. Koslela Hospital
    • Patient referred from acute hospitals and need sub-acute or longer rehabilitation.
      • <65 - 16%
      • 65-74 – 18%
      • >75 – 66%
    • 16 wards – 402 beds
      • 10 basic “long stay” (continuing complex care”) wards
      • 2 rehabilitation wards
      • 3 psycho-geriatric wards
      • 1 ward for swedish speakersing mother tongue
  • 14.
    • Lucy Westbrooke
    • [email_address]
    • Mobile: 021 938075

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