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Leadership, Governance & Engagement to Achieve the eHealth Vision

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Graeme Osborne …

Graeme Osborne
Director, National Health IT Board
(3/11/10, Illott, 1.30)

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  • 1. Leadership, Governance & Engagement to Achieve the eHealth Vision Graeme Osborne
  • 2. How did we get here?
    • July 2009 – MRG Report published
    • October 2009 – NHB and IT Health Board established
    • 1 July 2010− New Ministry structure took effect
    • July 2010 – National Health IT Plan (online version) published
    • 2 November 2010 – National Health IT Plan published
  • 3. What’s changed?
    • Improved performance and sustainability
    • Strengthened leadership and accountability
    • Clinical leadership to assure health outcomes
    • Standardised clinical processes and assess readiness of change
    • Rationalised and redistributed projects − national, regional and local
  • 4. Health Leadership Structure
  • 5. Who’s responsible for what?
    • Ministry − principal policy advisor
    • NHB (Board + business unit) − unified service planning, funding and provision that is clinically and financially sustainable
    • IT Health Board (Board + Information Strategy Group) − lead health information strategy and design for the sector
    • Information Delivery & Operations − Ministry and national infrastructure, payment and national collection systems, provision of information
  • 6. Introducing the Information Strategy Group
    • Health Systems Investment and Planning Team
      • Manager – Tony Cooke
      • The team will track and oversee a range of significant projects in the sector to ensure their alignment the Plan
    • Solutions and Standards Team (includes HISO Secretariat)
      • Manager – Kathy Farndon
      • The team will lead the design and implementation of health information solutions and support the development, implementation and ongoing refinement of practical health information standards
    • Health IT Sector Engagement Team
      • Manager – Sadhana Maraj
      • The team will lead engagement and consultation with health stakeholders on the Plan
  • 7. Governance National Health IT Board National Information Clinical Leaders Group Consumer Forum Work with: Holds Accountable DHB CEOs and CIOs Health Information Standards (HISO) Health IT Cluster Sponsor Owner Prog/Proj Manager Sponsor Owner Prog/Proj Manager Sponsor Owner Prog/Proj Manager Local Regional National Invest Define/ Operate Delivery Patients First DHB CEO Information Group Ministry Major Projects Group Groups the Board will work with and hold accountable for achieving the plan National Programmes
  • 8. Three key groups to engage
    • Clinicians
    • Consumers
    • Health IT community (managers and vendors)
  • 9. Clinician engagement
    • National Information Clinical Leadership Group (Advisory Board to IT Health Board)
    • Partnership Summit
    • Clinician representation on project boards
    • National programmes led by clinical organisations
    • PatientsFirst leading on Primary Care projects
  • 10. Consumer engagement
    • Regional Consumer Workshops
    • Findings
      • Universal engagement for the concept
      • Consumers want the right to have “off the record” consultations on sensitive topics
      • Access regime must be transparent, secure, with substantial penalties for inappropriate access
    • Moving forward
      • Ongoing consultation
      • Consumers recognised as key stakeholders
      • Create confidence; avoid late-breaking issues
  • 11. Health IT community engagement
    • Vendors
      • Partnering with the New Zealand Health IT Cluster
      • Partnership Summits
    • Manager
      • DHB CEO Information Group
      • CIO Forums
      • HINZ events
  • 12. In future, look out for…
    • Constant updates on our website www.ithealthboard.health.nz
    • Our e-Newsletter
    • Further HINZ events
    • HIVE website for discussion forums
  • 13. Key messages

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