Our Health System: Making it Better

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Chief Medical Officer, Canterbury District Health Board

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Our Health System: Making it Better

  1. 1. Making it better Collaboration to towards and integrated system ... HINZ Rotorua 2013 Anon Nigel Millar
  2. 2. What is a system? . . A system is a set of activities with a common aim, How To Build Healthcare Systems (J.A. Muir Gray)
  3. 3. What is a system? . . A system is a set of activities with a common aim, a common set of objectives, How To Build Healthcare Systems (J.A. Muir Gray)
  4. 4. What is a system? . . A system is a set of activities with a common aim, a common set of objectives, and a set of criteria against which progress towards the objectives can be measured How To Build Healthcare Systems (J.A. Muir Gray)
  5. 5. What is a system? . . A system is a set of activities with a common aim, a common set of objectives, and a set of criteria against which progress towards the objectives can be measured How To Build Healthcare Systems (J.A. Muir Gray)
  6. 6. Who? Genesis of eSCRV Chris Dever Sheree East Peter Fear Ian McCrae Graham McGeoch Symon McHerron Nigel Millar Graeme Osbourne Wayne Oxenham Tony Cooke Jeff Wilkinson Martin Wilson CDHB Nurse Maude Pharmacist Orion Health Canterbury Initiative Pegasus Health CDHB Health IT Board Orion Health Health IT Board Orion Health Wainoni medical Centre
  7. 7. What? . . support health system recovery . . toward the CDHB 2020 Vision . . with an integrated health record Genesis of eSCRV
  8. 8. Goals . . support health system transformation . . rapid implementation of key elements . . protect the people from the adverse health effects of the earthquake Genesis of eSCRV
  9. 9. Information model . . person . . conditions or groups . . provider . . population Genesis of eSCRV
  10. 10. Outcome: . . eSCRV . . better understanding . . stronger health community . . community engagement Hacking Healthcare: A Guide to Standards, Workflows, and Meaningful Use (Fred Trotter and David Uhlman)
  11. 11. e Shared Care Record View
  12. 12. SSO practice access cumulated by month
  13. 13. eSCRV – use of Pharmacy View a day
  14. 14. What have we learned:
  15. 15. Data the water of life: . . Tracking health data; and tracking health data in a way compatible with other health data are very different things. . . Ensuring that health data is liquid is much more complex than just gathering it together. Hacking Healthcare: A Guide to Standards, Workflows, and Meaningful Use (Fred Trotter and David Uhlman)
  16. 16. . . safer . . a better experience . . more effective . . more efficient . . more engaged with the person
  17. 17. The patient owns the record: . . to read . . to annotate . . to correct . . to control
  18. 18. www.kingsfund.org.uk/canterbury

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