Primary Care Information
Management Group (PCIM)


              A Vision for Primary Care




                     Dr Har...
1. Who is on PCIM?
 Wider than General Practice
 Pharmacy, Community Laboratory,
 PHOs, NGOs (Plunket, Family
 Planning), ...
A Vision for Primary Care Information management



1.     Data collection is integrated into every day work practices.

2...
Distilling Priorities
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Primary Care Information
Management
Any questions?




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Who could be interested in this
interaction?
  Pharmac: cost of prescriptions
  Infectious diseases: antibiotic
  resistan...
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PCIM - A Vision for Primary Care

  1. 1. Primary Care Information Management Group (PCIM) A Vision for Primary Care Dr Harley Aish Dr Harry Pert Primary Care Information Management Who are PCIM What do PCIM want to achieve? A Vision for Primary Care 1
  2. 2. 1. Who is on PCIM? Wider than General Practice Pharmacy, Community Laboratory, PHOs, NGOs (Plunket, Family Planning), Residential Care, IPA’s, IPAC, NZMA, College of Practice Nurses, College of GP, Primary Care IT Specialists Southlink, WIPA, Harbour PHO, RGPG, ProCare, HealthWest 2. What do PCIM want to achieve? Better health for our patients and hence populations A forum to share ideas and lessons Improve the Information capabilities across the primary care sector Influence policy and implementation Improve or get patient management systems! 2
  3. 3. A Vision for Primary Care Information management 1. Data collection is integrated into every day work practices. 2. Detailed data is used and maintained locally at the point of care (enter once and use many times). 3. Appropriate information views or subsets flow upwards through groups that regularly use the information / ensure its accuracy. 4. Relevant views of information held at any given level are available to the levels below, and to individuals / communities / populations. 5. Information flows are governed by agreed principles and processes. The Five Uses of Data/Information 1. Supporting clinical intervention 2. Clinical Governance Professional and practice standards Education & Training Research, evaluation & development Greater accountability through risk mgmt & significant event monitoring Clinical Audit, team development, peer support, effective relationships Patient and community input into service development 3. Administration (in all parts of Health) Includes evaluation and quality assurance 4. Strategy and policy development 5. Research 3
  4. 4. Distilling Priorities Local Care Delivery, AZ 7: Chronic Care & Disease Management Agenda Setting & Governance Funding, Planning, Use Policy & Research AZ 10: Primary Care Information Views of Information AZ9: Outpatients Information HISAC / Sector Sector Ownership Transactional Informational AZ 4: AZ 5: AZ 6: AZ 8: Information Flows ePharmacy eLabs eDischarges eReferrals Information AZ 2: AZ 3: Anchors NHI HPI National Interoperability AZ11: National Systems Access & Access AZ 1: National Network Enabling AZ 12: Anchoring Framework The Health Information Hierarchy (HIH) National National Views Views Relevant views of information above. Po y nit Appropriate views / pu District / /Regional mu subsets of the District Regional la Views Views t io m information below. Co n Capture, use, and share Local Views Local Views information locally at the point of care. Individual Standards Standards Indicators Indicators Health Outcomes Health Outcomes 4
  5. 5. Primary Care Information Management Any questions? 5
  6. 6. Who could be interested in this interaction? Pharmac: cost of prescriptions Infectious diseases: antibiotic resistance Education: small chance of glue ear 6

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