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Digital by Default - Imagination Into Reality

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Presented by Ailsa Claire
Chief Executive, Auckland District Health Board

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Digital by Default - Imagination Into Reality

  1. 1. Digital by default Imagination into reality Ailsa Claire, Chief Executive Auckland District Health Board Nov 2013 Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi
  2. 2. Current reality: • Talented people with real commitment. • Non-transparent environment. • Informatics are the IT peoples job. • Spend the least we can get away with. • Complex system with multiple accountabilities. • Business requirements unspecified. • Digital by default is in our imaginations. Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi
  3. 3. Results in: • Frustration abounds. • Unstable systems. • Workarounds. • Lack of basic information at all levels. • Multiple interrogation of data. • Lack of accountability. • Inability of people to control their own health care or maximise their health. Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi
  4. 4. Potential future: • Patient control. • Open and transparent data. • Intelligence created once. • Linked data. • Less complex environment. • Clear accountability and responsibility. Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi
  5. 5. How: • Recognise the primacy of the patient and their data. • Expectation of transparency. • Single data and information centre. • Business processes articulated. • Transformational informatics. • CIO roles at a senior level and embedded. • Spend on informatics at least 4%. • National leadership articulating accountabilities and requirements. • Key national systems. Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi
  6. 6. How: • Recognise the primacy of the patient and their data. • Expectation of transparency. • Single data and information centre. • Business processes articulated. • Transformational informatics. • CIO roles at a senior level and embedded. • Spend on informatics at least 4%. • National leadership articulating accountabilities and requirements. • Key national systems. Auckland District Health Board Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare - Hei Oranga Tika, mo te iti me te Rahi

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