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#EdgeTalks Chat 6 October 2017
from Janet wildman to all participants:
Good morning everyone. Please tell us who you are a...
Good morning everyone! Really looking forward to the session. I'm dialling in from Saf London.
from Jane Moore to all part...
It is interesting that there is constriants on funding yet investment in digital technology - shows the
demand for new des...
from Jazz to all participants:
Thank you all. Please keep me posted. �☕️
from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants:
Reall...
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Chat from EdgeTalks October 2017 – Reshaping healthcare enterprises by design

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Edge talks chat 6 october 2017

  1. 1. #EdgeTalks Chat 6 October 2017 from Janet wildman to all participants: Good morning everyone. Please tell us who you are and your interest in design thinking. from Kate Pound to all participants: Hi all great to see people joining us this morning. Where are you joining us from today? I'm in Nottingham from Janet wildman to all participants: Hi Everyone, If you would like to be a member of EdgeTalks please let us know. We will keep you informed of future sessions. from Paul Woodley to all participants: Good morning all from a surprisingly sunny Coventry! from beverley johnson to all participants: beautiful in Devon after a fabulous night of moonlight from the harvest moon :) from Janet wildman to all participants: Hi Beverley. Good to have you on the session today. from beverley johnson to all participants: We're working on our bluepring for how to take forward our Integrated Care Model within the Devon STP and planning for a workshop involving a plethora of stakeholders so looking to learn how to have good conversations with them all! from Janet wildman to all participants: Great! Hope that you find the session useful in terms of new methods of engaging stakeholders from different parts of the system. from Shane Mooar to all participants: Hi, joining you from Australia, its currently 18:55 from Milan Guenther (EDA) to all participants: Hi! Welcome :) from Janet wildman to all participants: Wow! Happy to have you join us Shane. from Steve Baker to all participants: Morning... joining from Liverpool England. Would be interested to remain in contact. My interest is broadly Adult Social Care and specifically individual engagement, innovation and appreciating complexity... hi everyone from Janet wildman to all participants: Thanks for letting us know Steve. We will be in touch with you after the session. from Jane Moore to all participants: Good morning from Kent. Sun is shining here! from Milan Guenther (EDA) to all participants: Just been asked to share a link to our book Intersection on Enterprise Design: http://intersectionbook.com from Janet wildman to all participants: Thanks Milan. from Milan Guenther (EDA) to all participants: We'll also do an Enterprise Design Sprint training in London Nov 23-24 with IRM UK, http://eda.cx/ac from Jackie Gillespie to all participants: Morning everyone-joining you from Greenock in Scotland. from Kathryn Perera to all participants:
  2. 2. Good morning everyone! Really looking forward to the session. I'm dialling in from Saf London. from Jane Moore to all participants: I'd be really interested in getting more involved in the Edge talk programme as you mentioned. from Jane Ansell to all participants: Morning Joining in from Southampton, also sunny here from Jazz to all participants: Hey everyone, good morning. I’m Jazz (CEO Future Leaders Club), from Birmingham UK. It’s fab to be here. Thanks NHS Horizons for putting this on. I’d like to be further involved. Please email: jazz@futureleadersclub.com Thank you. from Janet wildman to all participants: Thanks Jazz. Great to have you on the call today. from Janet wildman to all participants: Thanks Jan. I will be in touch. from Janet wildman to all participants: We are really keen to understand platforms and digital transformation. from Janet wildman to all participants: I think we could wrap this around a theory of complexity...where would you put this? from Kate Pound to all participants: Very powerful! from Jazz to all participants: Thanks Janet. �☕️ from Jane Moore to all participants: Great example of poor design, seen it so often. from Liz Maddocks Brown to all participants: great-really good example of how to do this from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants: Love the design framework and holistic approach from Janet wildman to all participants: Do we need one element across each of the different Stack aspects? from Shane Mooar to all participants: Getting consistency/agreement across an enterprise is challenging, are there particular approaches anyone has found beneficial? from Janet wildman to all participants: Hi Shane, Let's ask the presenters. from beverley johnson to all participants: just absorbing so much new stuff - thanks from Kate Pound to all participants: @Beverley it's fab so much new learning from Kate Pound to all participants: Great point thanks - the data can tell many stories from Zayna Khayat to all participants: that would make a great before/after picture of a hospital's website landing page! from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants: Interesting links to ICHOM (international Health outcomes) established by Michael Porter. If we are clear about outcomes that matter we should be able to design better delivery systems from Janet wildman to all participants: This sounds very similar to our discharge/flow challenges. from Janet wildman to all participants:
  3. 3. It is interesting that there is constriants on funding yet investment in digital technology - shows the demand for new design thinking from Jane Moore to all participants: Way finding app to talk you through to your department - brilliant and simple idea! from Jane Ansell to all participants: 50% increase in Ambulatory Care- if we could achieve that our flow issues would be on the mend. from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants: Hi Jane, I agree as long as the beds are the rate limiting step. from Jane Ansell to all participants: I agree, beds are seen as the rate limiting step but its not really the case in A&E flow, its always organisational response and delays between process steps. from Janet wildman to all participants: Do send you last minute questions in as we only have a few minutes left. from Liz Maddocks Brown to all participants: Hi i have to leave now and thank you for a very interesting session from Janet wildman to all participants: Thanks Liz. from Jane Ansell to all participants: Once an admission occurs the pace of process slows further but given the lack of technology employed to manage flow at the micro level, its largely invisible until bed pressures enforce random actions to speed up discharge. from Shane Mooar to all participants: We find that patient discharge rates decrease after hours when our most senior clinicials are off shift - how do we empower nurses and junior doctors to discharge patients when they are ready? from Jane Ansell to all participants: Sure Janet from Shane Mooar to all participants: Happy to - not sure how from Jane Moore to all participants: Thanks all, and thanks for my new fave word - entawk ! from Jane Ansell to all participants: Thank you Janet from Shane Mooar to all participants: thank you from Liz Lester to all participants: Thank you everyone. Really interesting ... from beverley johnson to all participants: thanks - really interesting ideas from Steve Baker to all participants: thanks all from Paul Woodley to all participants: Thanks all from Jackie Gillespie to all participants: Thank you -really interesting talk. from Robin Hooijer to all participants: thank you all from Janet wildman to all participants: Good by everyone. Thanks for participating in today's session.
  4. 4. from Jazz to all participants: Thank you all. Please keep me posted. �☕️ from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants: Really good session. Thanks team. from Sasha Karakusevic to all participants: Re your point on costs of single rooms, the evidence is that it is not a big problem. Many time wasting steps can be removed. Big opportunities for involving family/carers too.

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