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    The future accelerated deployment of mobile solutions in the community setting The future accelerated deployment of mobile solutions in the community setting Presentation Transcript

    • The future accelerated deployment of mobile solutions in the community setting is critical to the improvement and efficiency of community services Kathy Drayton National Clinical Lead Mobile Solutions Michael Crowther - Head of Performance Kirklees Community Healthcare Services
    • Footprint of Provider Services April 2010
      • Total number of active mobile users: 7000+
      • 75% of respondents feel that their organization's training and IT support capacity is sufficient to support all staff
      • 82% of respondents are using wifi in NHS buildings
      • 27% of respondents are using wifi in non-NHS buildings
      • 17% of respondents are using E-Consultations
      • 47% of respondents have documented benefits
      • Not All Providers deploy mobile working as a project
    • Deployment of Mobile Solutions
      • Every service can make changes
      • Delivery of services can be reformed
      • Exploitation of Non NHS networks
      • Mobile Technology
      • Devices available
          • Laptops
          • Digipens
          • Smart phones
          • Voice to Text Recognition
    • Local Considerations for Deployments
      • Plan before deployment and link to changes to measurable outcomes
      • Consider the change for the type of service
      • Consider the timing - organisation or local service changes already underway
      • Consider limitations to use of EPR and deployment timescales
      • Support of Clinicians
      • Peer support and changes to communication routes
      • Support of the organisation.
    • Local Considerations for Deployments
      • Setting realistic expectations for clinicians and managers
      • Realistic Timescales
      • Scheduling and workload if work process changes
      • Consideration of HR involvement
      • Acceptable use of device and policy – home working
      • Ability to Print / fax – use of Secure email
      • Access to local drives – understanding the requirement
      • Finally
      • Working Process will need to change with the implementation of technology – don’t overlook this!
    • Business Change
      • Is their resource available to plan transformation
      • Understand existing service process
      • Can redesign be identified
      • Can staff be supported with the change or is this an additional burden
      • Some services can illicit change for other change will have to be managed
      • Training and technical support will need to increase
    • Benefits Seen in the Project
      • Improved work life balance
      • Ability to use multiple base locations
      • Ability to access organisational / service information workers in remote locations
      • Improved use of “dead time”
      • Easier capture clinical audit data, less time consuming
    • Benefits Seen in the Project
      • Direct Clinical entry reducing the burden of lost admin posts through cost efficiency savings
      • Time Efficiencies
      • Avoidance of duplication with child protection and case conference notes – single entry and ability to print
      • Creation of a Clinical It Helpdesk number
      • Redistribution of hardware to more suitable locations and services
    • Changed Processes
      • Direct referral to Equipment loans electronically
      • Alteration to working times
      • Accessing support information from patients homes
      • Ability to maintain business as usual during adverse conditions
      • Faster post discharge intervention to prevent readmission
    • Changed Processes
      • Improved confidentiality of patient notes being transported to clinics and reduction in heavy carrying
      • Electronic templates created to support services
      • Ability for whole service to become paperless
      • Changes in work patterns – Home to base travel
      • Video training for staff
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    • Thank You Any Questions ?