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Paul Roseman
ProCare Health Limited

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    • Linking Systems to Strategy – Information Systems Evolution in ProCare Paul Roseman ProCare Health Limited September 2008
      • Person Centredness
      • Meet Provider Needs
      • Population Health & Planning
      • Innovation
      • Policy & Privacy
      • Infrastructure & Investment
      • Provider Protection
      • Individual’s Perspective
      • Patient Non-Specific Knowledge
    • Patient Centredness
      • Simplest way to provide information about an individual patient wherever they contact the health system
      • Share records on an ‘as-needed’ basis
    • Meet Provider Needs
      • Recognise that the needs of Providers from an Information System are beyond merely the maintenance of clinical records
    • Population Health & Planning
      • Completeness of data collection
      • Data structure and relationship of data elements to each other
      • Access to data from all relevant data sources
    • Innovation
      • Low barrier to innovation
      • Third party applications integrated easily
      • Open architectures
      • Standards
    • Privacy and Policy
      • Ability to move information around in support of each persons welfare including:
        • Care delivery to the individual
        • Population Health and Evaluation
        • Research
      • Confidence of the public around data safety and access
      • Information Ownership versus Guardianship
    • Provider Protection
      • The tension of private business versus public good
        • Health care providers
        • IT vendors
        • Politicians
    • Individual’s Perspective
      • Individuals will increasingly express their views and exercise their rights with respect to health information in terms of:
        • Access
        • Contribution
        • Completeness
        • Control
      • Confidence in records needs to be maintained for them to have value
    • Non-Person Specific Knowledge
      • Information systems will need to bring together not simply clinical information regarding patients, but also information about care processes and treatments available.
    • ProCare Response
      • To bring an increasingly complete picture of the health of an individual into a consultation to enable individuals and providers to make fully informed decisions about treatment.
    • Predict as an Example
    • What do we do now?
      • Provide non-person specific knowledge into a consultation
      • Capture population health data
      • Perform research
      • Perform administration
      • Undertake Peer Comparison
      • Population clinical records
    • What could we do?
      • Incorporate secondary care data - NZHIS
      • Manage referral – Green Prescription
      • Share records (at least related to the disease) – Acute Predict
      • Transfer into patient portal – Consumer Health Portal