Jane Doris
Clinical Safety Officer
Health and Social Care Information Centre
Clinical Safety Officers
Networks
3
Presented by
Jane Doris HSCIC Clinical Safety Officer
What is a Clinical Safety Officer?
• MUST be a suitably qualified and experienced clinician.
• MUST hold a current registr...
2013 - Key changes to Safety Standards
• Widen the scope to cover the health IT system rather
than just health software
• ...
Information Standards Board
Link to the standards on the Information Standards Board Website:
http://www.isb.nhs.uk/docume...
Clinical Safety Networks in UK
• NHS
– Four Countries Virtual Group
o England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales
– National Clin...
Clinical Safety SharePoint Site
Purpose of Regional CSO Networks
• To share information about implementation
of the safety standards
• To identify and sha...
Next Steps
• Attend the North East CSO Meeting this afternoon
• Set up and test a discussion page on SharePoint
• Set up l...
Clinical Safety
More information or suggestions contact:
clinical.safety@hscic.gov.uk
jane.doris@hscic.gov.uk
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CSO Network Jane Doris, Clinical Safety Officer, HSCIC

  1. 1. Jane Doris Clinical Safety Officer Health and Social Care Information Centre
  2. 2. Clinical Safety Officers Networks 3 Presented by Jane Doris HSCIC Clinical Safety Officer
  3. 3. What is a Clinical Safety Officer? • MUST be a suitably qualified and experienced clinician. • MUST hold a current registration with an appropriate professional body relevant to their training and experience. • MUST be knowledgeable in risk management and its application to clinical domains. • MUST make sure that the processes defined by the clinical management process are followed
  4. 4. 2013 - Key changes to Safety Standards • Widen the scope to cover the health IT system rather than just health software • Affirm the scope of the standard applies in a social care setting in circumstances where this impacts on the provision of healthcare • Affirm the role of the Clinical Safety Officer • Introduce the Hazard Log as an appropriate mechanism to capture the results of the clinical risk management analysis, estimation and evaluation activities • Introduce the need for a defined safety incident management process • Sponsored, owned and mandated by NHS England.
  5. 5. Information Standards Board Link to the standards on the Information Standards Board Website: http://www.isb.nhs.uk/documents/isb-0129/amd-39-2012/index_html http://www.isb.nhs.uk/documents/isb-0160/amd-38-2012/index_html
  6. 6. Clinical Safety Networks in UK • NHS – Four Countries Virtual Group o England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – National Clinical Safety Officers Group – Clinicians Page on SharePoint – Regional Clinical Safety Officers Groups o North East o Yorkshire and the Humber
  7. 7. Clinical Safety SharePoint Site
  8. 8. Purpose of Regional CSO Networks • To share information about implementation of the safety standards • To identify and share areas of best practice in patient safety and IT • To share information about patient safety issues and IT • To support CSO colleagues
  9. 9. Next Steps • Attend the North East CSO Meeting this afternoon • Set up and test a discussion page on SharePoint • Set up local CSO networks across England • Share information with the National CSO Group • Forge links with supplier CSOs
  10. 10. Clinical Safety More information or suggestions contact: clinical.safety@hscic.gov.uk jane.doris@hscic.gov.uk

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