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Busting bureaucracy: top ten tips

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Our report Busting Bureaucracy – collaborative audit findings and recommendations highlights the significant and costly effects which result if data collections are not effectively controlled and …

Our report Busting Bureaucracy – collaborative audit findings and recommendations highlights the significant and costly effects which result if data collections are not effectively controlled and managed.

It makes recommendations to prevent and improve this situation. We have produced a self-assessment toolkit to support the implementation of the recommendations, as well as the top ten tips.

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  • 1. Busting bureaucracy: top ten tips Reducing burden and bureaucracy in acute trusts Our report Busting Bureaucracy – collaborative audit findings and recommendations highlights the significant and costly effects which result if data collections are not effectively controlled and managed. It makes recommendations to prevent and improve this situation. We have produced a self-assessment toolkit to support the implementation of the recommendations, as well as the top ten tips below. Our top ten tips for reducing burden and bureaucracy locally: 1. Organisational ownership of data collections Review internal governance of data collections and ensure that there is a clear documented process for implementing new data collections and managing existing data collections. 2. Cost of data collections All data collections have a cost to an organisation. Ensure that all new and existing data collections are supported by a business case identifying the resource commitments. 3. Value of data collections Ensure that investment decisions are assessed against criteria which drive clinical effectiveness, improve processes and reduce burden and bureaucracy. 4. Management of data collections Ensure that all data collections have: an identified owner; a review date and process; explanatory documentation and a support structure. 5. Data collections, processes and technology Consider the holistic implementation of data collections supported by efficient processes and appropriate, available and accessible technology. 6. Understanding the impact Use the self-assessment toolkit at least annually to develop a baseline view of the level of burden and bureaucracy and to track improvements. 7. Driving for efficiency Review the implementation of existing technology and its effectiveness in supporting efficient processes. 8. Data collection as part of delivering care Consider the implementation of new technology and in particular electronic patient records (EPRs) to directly support care pathways, care settings and data collection 9. Embrace innovation Explore innovative approaches to reducing burden and bureaucracy. Consider ergonomics, accessibility and availability of systems. 10. User experience Staff involved in data collections and the use of systems will have valuable insights and suggestions for improving efficiency and reducing burden and bureaucracy. Set up mechanisms to encourage their input. Busting Bureaucracy Collaborative audit findings and recommendations 80365_Burden_Busting_0514_UP DATE.indd 1 21/05/2014 12:11 Download our Busting Bureaucracy report and the self-assessment toolkit from: www.hscic.gov.uk/bb

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