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An overview of ICNet International and its core software products

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  • 1. ICNet Infection Case Management
    & Surveillance Software
  • 2. Agenda
    Company Overview.
    Why have automated HAI surveillance?
    Key ICNet features.
    Clients and references.
    Technical (interfacing) Experience.
    Helpdesk, Support and Maintenance.
  • 3. ICNet Company Overview
    International HQ in UK, USA HQ in Nashville, TN.
    Strong financials: UK £1.6m turnover & highly profitable.
    Leading provider of Infection control software.
    Privately owned, with 20 staff.
    Over 90 UK NHS Trust clients.
    International clients: USA, France, South Africa, Malaysia and Thailand.
    Overseas distributors, including bioMérieux Inc. for USA.
  • 4. Why have ICNet & AbxAlert?
    Assists in pro-active identification of potential CMS payment denial cases.
    Proactive versus reactive approach.
    Statistical process charts measure success of process change initiatives designed to reduce HAI’s.
    Efficiently addresses mandatory reporting.
    Meaningful feedback to clinicians / administration.
    Functionally rich Antibiotic Stewardship.
    More efficient use of Infection Preventionist time.
    Configurable for early and complete detection of HAI’s and untoward incidents.
  • 5. Key ICNet Features
    Web-based.
    Real-time surveillance.
    Proactive alerts and functionally rich.
    Doesn’t require end-user IT expertise.
    Easy to navigate and simple to use.
    Hospital controlled data – data never goes outside hospital firewall.
    Robust, customizable reporting.
  • 6. ICNet Product Strengths
    Designed to meet International requirements: NHSN, SSISS & HPA reporting, terminology, date formats.
    Ad-hoc infection reporting including:
    institutional anti-biogram
    contact tracing
    statistical process charts
    Drug utilisation
    International implementation and support team.
    Real time interfacing for location tracking and antibiotic stewardship.
    Web based using intranet technology.
    Tried and tested international solution.
  • 7. North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
    Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
    Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHST
    Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
    Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust
    University Health System
    University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust
    University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust
    University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
    University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust
    West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
    Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust
    Extract from UK Teaching Hospital Client List
  • 8. Extract from UK Teaching Hospital Client List
    Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Central Manchester & Manchester Childs University Hospital NHSFT
    Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
    Lancashire Teaching Hospital NHS foundation Trust
    Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
    NHS Lothian (Edinburgh)
    NHS Grampian (Aberdeen)
    NHS Tayside (Dundee)
    Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHSFT
  • 9. International Clients
    Mediclinic Group (50 hospitals), South Africa
    University Health System, San Antonio, Texas
    Selayang University Hospital, Selangor, Malaysia
    Montsouris Hospital, Paris, France
  • 10. Interface experience
    50 + PAS/HIS interfaces, majority in HL7
    Anglia PAS, Barwick, Cerner, iPM, IMS, Lorenzo, McKesson, Meditech, Medway, Oasis, Star, TotalCare, Topaz IHCS
    90 + LAB interfaces, majority use drivers, query or text file & ftp
    Cerner, EDS, iLab, InLog, Labcentre, Meditech, Quadramed, SCC Soft, Sunquest, Technidata, Telepath, Telepath 2000, Ultra, Winpath
    Flexible methodology used
    HL7 (multiple versions), Text file & FTP, Co-developed driver, Database queries
  • 11. Training Process
    Go Live
    Audit
  • 12. Support Process
  • 13. In Progress Support
  • 14. Summary
    Profitable company.
    Distributor partnerships held internationally.
    Extensive experience providing infection control software internationally.
    Used a tried and tested software and interfacing approach.
    Structured training and support.
  • 15. Presented by:Katie HoughtonManaging Director, ICNet Limited
    Email: katie.hougton@icnetplc.com
    Website: www.icnetplc.com
  • 16. Additional ICNet Screenshots
  • 17. Main ICNet Log-in Screen
  • 18. Main ICNet Screen Overview

    Main Navigation Bar
    Patient Demographics
    Patient Record: Case Details, Alert Organism, Alert Condition, Notes, ADT History
    Patient Search Simple & Advanced
    Imported Data
    User Defined Alerts
    User Defined Reports






  • 19. Case overview in the Center
    Laboratory Latest import list, Alerts and Reports to the right.
  • 20. Organism Screen: Alert Organisms, Organism Antibiotic Sensitivity & Specimen Details
    Alert Organisms
    Organism Antibiotic Sensitivity
    Specimen Details
  • 21. Alert Conditions & Associated Features
    Record of Alert Conditions
    Record of Associated Features
  • 22. Case Note & Patient Note Fields
    Case Note Field
    Patient Note Field
  • 23. Alert Set Up Screen
    Pro-active Alerts
    Maybe be set on Organisms, Specimen Types or Flagged Patients
  • 24. Bacteremia Report
    Line based report which may be viewed on screen or printed
    Searches on
    organism, associated features / antibiotic sensitivities, specimen types
    Counts based on specimen, patients or specimens separated by a user definable number of days
    Data can be reviewed from a specific hospital, directorate, unit, consultant or speciality
    Searches done between dates
  • 25. Bacteremia Report
  • 26. Organism / Condition Comparison Graph
    • Bar graph report, comparing different organism, associated features / antibiotic sensitivities, specimen types or comparing conditions.
    • 27. Counts based on specimen, patients or specimens separated by a user definable number of days.
    • 28. All comparisons are based on data from a single hospital, directorate, unit, consultant or speciality.
    Searches are based on data between set dates.
    Graphs are summarized into days, weeks, months, quarters or years or a total over the time period.
  • 29. Comparing Organisms from a specific location
  • 30. Location Comparison Graph
    Bar graph report, viewing a specific organism or condition over multiple locations.
    Searches on:
    organism, associated features / antibiotic sensitivities, specimen types
    conditions
    Counts based on specimen, patients or specimens separated by a user definable number of days.
    Comparisons can be based on hospital, directorate, unit, consultant or speciality.
    Searchers done between dates.
    Graphs are summarized into days, weeks, months, quarters or years or a total over the time period.
    Should denominator data be provided, rate reports can be created.
  • 31. Organism Occurrences Graph Compares Directorates over Date Range
  • 32. Statistical Process Charts (SPC)
    Searches on
    organism, associated features / antibiotic sensitivities, specimen types
    Conditions
    Counts based on specimen, patients or specimens separated by a user definable number of days
    Data can be reviewed from a specific hospital, directorate, unit, consultant or speciality
    Searches done between dates and are summarized by weeks or months
    Graphs are line graphs.
    Central line, upper control limit (set at 2 deviations above the mean), lower control limit (set at 3 deviations above the mean) are all automatically calculated.
    Should denominator data be provided, rate reports can be created
  • 33. Statistical Process Control (SPC)
    Statistical Process Chart for Clostridium difficile
    Demonstrates when upper control limits for the hospital are exceeded
  • 34. Census Report
    Reviews all patients who have resided on a specific location during a set time period
    Indicates which organisms patients have acquired
    Enables review to be filtered to specific locations and specific organisms
  • 35. Census Report
    Census Report
    Shows all patients at a location between date range and any infections that occurred thus highlighting potential cross infections
  • 36. Cross Infection Report
    Review the organism or associated feature between a specific time.
    Review a location where the organism or associated feature occurred.
    The report will indicate all patients who share a location with the ‘infected’ patient as ‘at risk’.
    If a patient picks up the same ‘infection’ within x days of another patient, this is highlighted as a possible cross infection.
  • 37. Cross Infection Matrix
  • 38. Outbreak Report
    List organism or condition outbreaks.
    Summarized between specific dates.
    Summarized by specific outbreaks.
  • 39. Outbreak Report
    (not a complete report)
  • 40. Contact Tracing Report
    Line based report.
    Searches on a specific patient between dates.
    Details other patients who have shared a location with the patient between these dates, bearing in mind the locations of the searched for patient.
    Patients may be added into ICNet as a case from this report.
  • 41. Contact Tracing Report
    Contact Tracing Report
    Shows all patients who have been in contact with a specified patient over a defined time period.
  • 42. Patient Details Report
    Provides all relevant data regarding a specific patient.
  • 43. Patient Details Report
    (not a complete report)
  • 44. Open Cases Report
    Line based report which may be viewed on screen, or may be printed.
    Indicates all patients who are currently being monitored.
    Locations may be summarized by hospital, directorate (a group of units) or unit.
    The results may be sorted by unit, organism, condition or consultant.
    Additional data may be reported out including:
    1) bed & bay,
    2) specimen information.
  • 45. Open Case (current work-list) Report
    sorted by unit
  • 46. Open Case (current work-list) Report
    including detailed documentation on patient
  • 47. Multi-close Case Report
    Line based report which may be viewed on screen, or may be printed.
    Produces the same report as a detailed open case report, although allows users to quickly close the case through the report.
    Report may be filtered to show only open cases with:
    Specimen collected from a specific place.
    Specific organism/antibiotic sensitivity.
    A discharge date registered post the specimen collection date.
  • 48. Multi-close Case Report
    for patients with a specific organism
  • 49. Antibiogram Report
    Indicates in a grid the % susceptibility for organisms.
    Enables view via a grid or graph.
    Provides detailed susceptibility information to the patient level if required.
    Enables the antibiogram to be split by different locations, e.g. Hospital, directorate, unit.
  • 50. Antibiogram
    ANTIBIOGRAM
  • 51. Patient Susceptibility
  • 52. Organism Antibiotic Susceptibility
  • 53. Comparing organisms from a specific location
  • 54. Statistical Process Chart indicates when occurrences cross the 2&3 standard deviations from the mean
  • 55. List of organisms / conditions over time from a specific location
  • 56. Cross Infection Report
  • 57. ABXALERTAntimicrobial Stewardship
    Infection Indicators Graphically displayed
    Customised alerts to inappropriate prescriptions
    Real time medication tracking
    MIC values and sensitivity creep
    Intervention documentation and reporting
    Extensive Reporting including:
    Active Antimicrobial
    Drug Utilisation
    Intervention History
    Indicator overlay
    Empiric Overlay
  • 58. Patient Antibiotics
    Patient Infection Indicators
    MIC / Sensitivity Creep
  • 59. Indicator Overlay