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Patients with PalCare

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Dr Warrick Jones
North Haven Hospice

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  • 1. Patients with PalCare an adventure of technology Philosophy Not to delay or hasten death. Death and grief are part of normal life. Providing excellence of assessment and service delivery wherever patient /family want to be cared for. The multidisciplinary team is essential in the delivery of holistic care. 1
  • 2. Values Comfort Dignity Respect Teamwork Care for the Carer Stewardship 2
  • 3. The Drives (besides C, G, P, …) Multiple Members in the Team – GP, Community, IPU, DN, Specialist Communication delays Geographical spread Increasing need for real stats (audit and research) Multiple Data-bases The Drives 3
  • 4. What was offered by eClinic A system that was tried Willingness to modify and customise Web Based – Protecting local system information – Real time information – Remote access The Obsticles 4
  • 5. Obstacles The Ditch- distance , language Service delivery model- Community and IPU Regional structure- 4-in-1 User Acceptability Future Planning- “what if…?” The Process Include the team Introduce change at a sustainable rate Provide an acceptable interface Honour feed back 5
  • 6. What we have! What we have! The first of its kind in NZ! User friendly (for some) and learnable 6
  • 7. What we have! The first of its kind in NZ! User friendly (for some) and learnable Standardised tools (ours and theirs) 7
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  • 9. What we have! The first of its kind in NZ! User friendly (for some) and learnable Standardised tools (ours and theirs) One set of notes and information accessibly to all members of the team simultaneously where-ever they are. (Minimal paper) 9
  • 10. What we have! The first of its kind in NZ! User friendly (for some) and learnable Standardised tools (ours and theirs) One set of notes and information accessibly to all members of the team simultaneously where- where- ever they are. (Minimal paper) Searchable information The prospect of further development… development… – symptom management protocols, Liverpool Care Pathway, national … Will you join us for the adventure and make a difference? 10
  • 11. Thank You warrickj@northhavenhospice.org.nz 11

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