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  1. 1. GP IT Regional Workshops: Sue Cooke Doug Scott Lee Harrison Laurie Pennington 7th February 2016
  2. 2. Today’s session – key aims: • Welcome and Introductions • Morning Session: • GP IT Operating Model Overview • Digital Primary Care Maturity Assurance (DPCMA) Model • GP IT LPF Procurement Support: • Introduction and Process • Support Tools Available • Commercial Procurement Support • After Lunch: • Opportunity for in-depth discussion • Q&As
  3. 3. Securing Excellence in GP IT Services 2016/18 – 3rd Edition • Revised 2016/18 – 3rd Edition • Draft Addendum • Support Available GP IT Operating Model Sue Cooke, GP IT Programme Lead, NHS England
  4. 4. “New GMS Contract 2003: Investing in General Practice” (the Blue Book): • Published Feb 2003 • Outlined agreement between NHS Confederation & General Practitioners Committee of BMA on a new practice based contract in General Medical Services (GMS) • Chapter 4 - makes provision for modernisation of Information Management & Technology in General Practice • Commissioners, rather than practices, responsible for funding purchase, maintenance, future upgrades & running costs of integrated IT systems as well as telecommunications links to branch surgeries & other NHS infrastructure and services - to facilitate use of IM&T within primary care GP IT Background – contractual requirements: 4
  5. 5. • From 1st April 2013, NHS Commissioning Board (NHS England) accountable for delivery of primary care information services – taking over from PCTs, including GP IT Services • Commissioning and operational management responsibility of GP IT & associated funding delegated to CCGs via: • NHS Commissioning Board directions under the NHS Act 2006 as amended • NHSE retains responsibility for: • Ownership of NHS GP IT capital assets (inclusive of legacy IT transferred from Primary Care Trusts) • Commissioning Primary Care IT Enabling Services (PCES) Accountability/Responsibility: 5
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  7. 7. Securing Excellence in GP IT Services • GP IT Operating Model - initially published December 2012 • What does this document do? • Provides a commissioning framework • Describes the operating system, leadership & overall accountability and responsibility for the delivery of GP IT – national, regional, local • Sets out key elements necessary to support effective delivery of GP IT including: • Financial procedures & associated controls • Governance arrangements, including roles / responsibilities • Leadership required to achieve excellence • Service Schedule / GP IT Services • NHSE responsibilities for Primary Care IT Enabling Services
  8. 8. Core and Mandated: • Technologies and systems required to deliver Primary Care Essential Services (ie registered list based) and (contractually) mandated services and compliance • These are the ‘must be done’s’ for CCGs to commission • Revised Operating Model - additional ‘core and mandated’ GP IT requirements: • Remote access to the clinical system at the point of care (mobile working) • Electronic messaging for direct patient communication ie SMS • Local Digital Strategy • Specialist support for practices including services IT & cyber security • GP Data Quality Service – including data quality training, advice & guidance
  9. 9. Enhanced Primary Care: • Focussed on the technologies, systems & support services which enable & improve efficiency and effectiveness of GP including primary care at scale • Supporting primary care at scale, extended hours working and confederated working • Strategic rather than tactical solutions • Discretionary – to be developed & agreed locally to support local strategic priorities & commissioning strategies to help improve service delivery • Investment in these areas should support CCGs local digital strategy, LDRs, STPs • Funding may be accessed via a variety of routes including GP IT revenue/capital, ETTF/STF funding, local business case/local investment including GP investment
  10. 10. Transformational Primary Care: • Focussed on the technologies, systems & support services which enable new models of care, service integration, wider GP functions, Multi-specialty Care Providers (MCP) & Primary & Acute Care Services (PACS) organisational models. • Supporting new models of care/STP whole systems initiatives & change • Strategic rather than tactical solutions • Discretionary – to be developed & agreed locally to support local strategic priorities & commissioning strategies to help improve service delivery • Investment in these areas should support CCGs local digital strategy, LDRs, STPs • Funding may be accessed via a variety of routes including GP IT revenue/capital, ETTF/STF funding, local business case/local investment including GP investment
  11. 11. Primary Care IT Enabling Services: • Fundamental support services provided to General Practice - directly funded & commissioned by NHS England regional DCO teams • Service provision includes: • Registration Authority support services • Information Governance support services • Clinical Safety Officer support • NHSmail administration support • Other primary care contractors – regional DCO assurance role as part of local commissioning arrangements • Co-commissioning arrangements – devolving commissioning responsibilities versus ‘at scale’ efficiencies – local decision?
  12. 12. • GP IT Services are underpinned by this nationally developed template agreement which: • Outlines terms governing provision and receipt of GP IT & GPSoC services • Replaces previous PCT Practice Agreement • Sets out the basis on which a CCG will provide services to practices and each practice’s responsibilities in respect of receipt of these services • Appendices - customised based on local need: • Summary of services table • Support and maintenance service levels • Escalation procedure • Business justification form – guidance/example for migration of GPSoC services • CCGs required to sign Agreement with each GP practice (GMS, PMS or APMS contractors offering Primary Care Essential Services to a registered patient list) • Pre-requisite for the provision of GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) CCG Practice Agreement: 12
  13. 13. • GP clinical systems accredited against national standards • RFA • Common Assurance Process for GP Systems (CAP-GP) • Introduced compliance levels ‘GPSoC Solution Maturity Model’ – to encourage system development • Guaranteed choice of clinical system (every GP) • ‘Choice’ consistent with local development plans (or their equivalents) supported by local business cases & service level agreements • Practices not expected to exercise right to ‘choice’ more frequently than 3 yearly GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC): 13
  14. 14. • Revenue - £186m nationally: • £173m devolved to CCGs / CCG ‘fair share’ baseline allocation • Uplift of £27m (£146m 2015/16) – release of transition monies - recognition of cost pressures • Primary Care IT Enabling Services - £11m (£8.6m 2015/16) • Central: • Depreciation • DPC Maturity Assurance • Informatics Capability Support for CCGs - develop appropriate support arrangements/Regions • Capital - two year capital plans: • Capital investment plans – develop with reference to GP IT Operating Model: • Core & Mandated • Enhanced and Transformational NB: variety of funding opportunities for enhanced/transformational ie BAU GP IT capital, ETTF – need to identify appropriate funding streams/avoid duplicate funding • 2017/18 and 18/19 - December 2016 submission - detailed requirements to inform 2 year budget allocations • 2019/20 and 20/21 requirements requested where known for information/forward planning • Must comply with the NHSE financial guidance: • Minimum unit cost threshold for individual networked equipment of £250 each • All GP IT capital investments require a CCG PID to support the capital business case approvals process GP IT Funding Arrangements: 14
  15. 15. • Health and Social Care Network implementation for general practice • Wi-Fi implementation for general practice – Dec 2017 • SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) – April 2018 • National Data Security Standards for Health and Social Care/Cyber Security • Estates & Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF) - clarification of capital treatment • DPC Maturity Assurance model – development plan • GP IT Lead Provider Framework dynamic support template • New models of care – MCPs/PACs • NHS Standard Contract / Changes • GP Connect/Interoperability • Online Consultation Programme (e-consultation) • Guidance re ‘Open Source – software or services bought with public funding • Funding Pressures/challenges eg: • Primary Care IT Enabling Services – clinical safety officer support • Clinical Pharmacists in general practice (part of GPFV commitment) Draft Addendum – GP IT Operating Model: 15
  16. 16. Key Programme Contacts Health & Social Care Network (HSCN) Patrick Clark, Programme Manager Email: Further info: WiFi David Corbett, Programme Head, NDH Digital WiFi Lead Colin Thacker, Senior Project Manager, NHS WiFi, NHS Digital General enquiries: 0300 303 5678 Email: SNOMED: Denise Downs, Implementation & Education Lead, NHS Digital Debbie Robson, Project Manager, NHS Digital Email:
  17. 17. Digital Primary Care Maturity Assurance (DPC MA): Lee Harrison / Doug Scott
  18. 18. Driving digital adoption through assurance?
  19. 19. What this module will offer? For General Practice For CCGs For NHSE (National & Regional) Can review progress against core GP IT requirements, as outlined in the GP IT Operating Model Assurance that CCG meeting the requirements of the GPIT Operating Model and associated GMS/PMS/APMS requirements Assurance that quality and value are being maintained and delivered consistently across primary care services Can demonstrate service quality and standards in reviews with regulators e.g. CQC Support CCGs in re-procurement of GP IT service provision via the Lead Provider Framework Demonstrates value for money and effective use of NHS investment Can inform federations identify areas for future collaboration and/or requiring CCG investment Can be used as evidence within CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework reviews A view on the quality of GP IT service provision and progress towards digital maturity across the GP IT estate Can be used as evidence when applying for additional funds e.g. Estate and Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF) To inform the development of Local Digital Roadmaps (LDRs) and Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), helping to identify areas for further investment. Provide an outcomes-based digital maturity assurance tool that will support CCGs, GPs and NHSE DCO/Regional Leads as promised in the GPIT Operating Model
  20. 20. • Can we demonstrate value for money? • Can we be assured that the services delivered are safe, are of the required quality and meet our contractual arrangements? • Where do we need to invest in the future to meet the ambitions of the General Practice Forward View (GPFV)? • Can we easily identify areas for development and/or investment to support the ambitions of our Local Digital Roadmaps(LDR’s) and Sustainability & Transformational Plans (STPs) across the CCG, learning from General Practice innovation? • Are there opportunities for the CCG to share learning from General Practice across the wider Health & Care system to meet the ambitions of the 2020 vision, FYFV & the local CCG strategy? 20 As a commissioner what do we need to know ?
  21. 21. Digital Maturity Views • Data can be interrogated/searched in a number of ways….. • The data can be cut in multiple ways in order to provide different views depending on individual need. • This helps pinpoint data pertinent to different national programmes (e.g. GP2GP) and on national objectives (e.g. Paper-free at the point of care 2020).
  22. 22. Data Flows CCG General Practice DPC MA Module / Primary Care Web Tool CCG Data Capture HSCIC / National Systems Datacapture PracticeView Datacapture(eDec) Data flowData flow 26 indicators taken from HSCIC: • IGT Toolkit • POMI • Daily Booking Reports • GP2GP Utilization report 50 indicators asked to CCGs 31 indicators taken from eDEC
  23. 23. Data Granularity and Access GP Practice level CCG level data (52 indicators) CCG level data is primarily gathered directly from CCGs and represents the services commissioned by the CCG for practices in their area. Data gathered at this level is applied to each individual GP practice that falls within the CCGs remit. Example: There is a comprehensive ongoing training and clinical system optimisation service to support GP Principal clinical systems and national clinical services available to all practices GP Practice level data (55 indicators) GP practice level data is unique to each GP surgery and is gathered from the GP electronic declaration (eDEC) and from HSCIC. Example: The practice is using Gp2GP to transfer patient records between practices (GMS Contract) GP Practice level GP Practice level GP Practice level CCG Level
  24. 24. Assessment Criteria and access • Questions are currently largely biased towards “capability”. However will move towards “utilisation” once assurance matures. • Data is viewable by anyone registered on Primary Care Web Tool (NHS Staff). Therefore benchmarking is possible between different CCGs and practices • Data is will be refreshed quarterly. Though some collections (e.g. eDEC and CCG questionnaire) are only undertaken annually. • The purpose of this data set is to help guide and inform decision making. Therefore there is no pass/fail or minimum set standard.
  25. 25. GP IT LPF Procurement Support: Section 1: Introduction and Process 1. Introduction 2. Key Considerations (for CCGs) 3. ITT Process 4. CCG Checklist 5. Discovery Process 12th December 2016
  26. 26. • CCGs are required to re-procure GPIT services (initially CSU provided) • GP IT Operating Model is the basis, but it is focussed on whole system and commissioner responsibility. Procurement specifications need to be derived from this and localised. • Local discovery during the ITT development stage is crucial • If no procurement due still useful to support GPIT service review process with supplier. • CCG IT corporate & commissioning procurement is out of scope of this work (but an aligned pack has been produced too) Introduction 26
  27. 27. • Reference the GP IT Operating Model • Core & Mandated GP IT Requirements - obligatory • Enhanced GP IT & Transformation Services – discretionary • Using Digital Maturity Assurance Data • The Discovery Process (a critical element) • Allow time and resources for discovery & specification development • Funding Sources & Constraints • Scope of Service Recipients & CCG-Practice Agreements • Contract Length • Local Context Setting Considerations 27
  28. 28. • Launched June 2016 - analysis ongoing - early issues flagged • Of Core & mandated indicators NONE is currently met 100% by all CCGs or all PRACTICES • eg the following are met by < 33% CCGs • More to follow…. DPC Maturity Data 28 (IND11) Formal Clinical Safety system for practices (IND24) Annual formal review of GP IT services with all practices (IND15) CCG budgeted plan for core GP IT (IND39) Secure storage for all electronic practice data (IND30) Data Quality Service
  29. 29. 1. Can we be assured that the commissioned services are safe (ie secure, compliant and resilient), are of the required quality (ie fit for use and responsive) and meet our contractual obligations (ie GMS requirements) ? (ie support CCGs to be intelligent commissioners of GP IT services) 1. Review Core & Mandated Requirements indicators 2. Where do we need to invest in the future to meet the ambitions of the General Practice Forward View (GPFV)? 1. Review Enhanced GP IT indicators 3. Can we easily identify areas for development and/or investment to support the ambitions of our Local Digital Roadmaps (LDR’s) and Sustainability & Transformational Plans (STPs) across the local community, learning from General Practice innovation? 1. Review Transformation in Primary Care indicators Using DPC Maturity Data 29
  30. 30. • A (automated) Excel tool to guide CCGs through a comprehensive local GPIT discovery & specification templates • Embarking on GPIT procurement without understanding the GPIT estate, supported assets, systems, contracts and local issues and expectations exposes the CCGs to financial risk and GPs to operational support & service continuity risk. • Existing GPIT Delivery partners should have this data • Do not leave it until the supplier mobilisation stage (“no surprises”) • GPs need to support this process • As a minimum embark on the procurement knowing what is available and where gaps are Discovery: the process 30
  31. 31. • GP IT equipment estate (supplier costs often link to volumes) • Physical estate (practices and locations) • Software estate (who owns licences and what is in standard desktop image) • Users/accounts (some services may be costed on this eg training) • Suppliers will cost on known volumes, ensure incremental growth tolerance inbuilt. Increases may bring higher costs. • Hosted systems (needs servers, support, licences, backups etc) • Legacy contracts & liabilities • Understand what capacity is needed/available esp from non- transactional services & cost of top up. Discovery: the key data 31
  32. 32. Section 2 Support Tools Available 1. GP IT Specification Template 2. GPIT Data Capture & Services Schedule 3. Template Questions: GP IT Supplier Pack 4. Exploratory Topics for Bidder Presentations 5. Bidder Interview Points for Consideration 12th December 2016
  33. 33. • Service specification template (text based) • Based on the GP IT Operating Model Schedule of Services • Includes latest (2017) addendum requirements • Changed from commissioner responsibilities focus to CCG requirements from an GP IT Delivery Partner • Edit the Detailed Service Specification to meet local needs • The Data Collection Tool: GPIT Data Capture & Services Schedule v1.4.xls creates clean set of reference tables. GP IT Specification Template 33
  34. 34. GPIT Data Capture & Services Schedule v1.4.xls (macro enabled Excel file) SEE DEMONSTRATION • 1. Set scope by selecting the CCGs. Auto selects all eligible primary care contractors. • 2. Identify the physical estate (locations) where the services are required – and associated assets • 3. Identify the assets and services associated the practice estate • 5. Choose up to three categories for this procurement (you may only need one) • 6. Identify other assets and volumetrics including hosted applications, standard (universal) desktop software, contracts, projects in flight or committed, key meetings requiring IT attendance. • 7. Suggested KPIs and Reporting Indicators • 4. Progress checklists and suggested external documents to include are provided. • 8. Automatically generate a clean set of unlinked tables Data Collection Template (automated) 34
  35. 35. 1. Bidder to walk through how they would support the CCG and its general practices in significant primary case estate development which includes 1. New integrated health centre build hosting 5 general practices (merging into 3) and community teams from other healthcare providers (community trust and a mental health trust) 2. The merger of 3 of these practices into one where the 3 existing practices use GPSOC systems A,B & C respectively but have all agreed to move to System B. 3. Provision of new infrastructure in the building including HSCN, Clinical wifi and public wifi. . Suggested Exploratory Topics for Bidder Presentations (1) 35
  36. 36. 2. How would the bidder support the CCGs leverage GPIT (services, funding, coverage, system maturity etc) in order to support whole system cross care setting transformation in the wider community (as might be envisaged in STP plans). 3. How would the bidder support the CCGs locally progress with the GP Forward View and enabling General practice improvement. 4. How would the bidder assist the CCG ensure it meets its nationally & contractually mandated obligations in respect of GP IT services. Suggested Exploratory Topics for Bidder Presentations (2) 36
  37. 37. 1. Resourcing the service ie transactional & non-transactional services 2. Understand the customer base ie relationship between GP contractors and the NHS 3. Understand the GPIT operating model ie delegated responsibilities of the CCG 4. Experience in NHS IT and GP IT delivery 5. Understand the current NHS 6. Approach to manage GP IT equipment estate 7. Ensure IT enablers for local health community service integration continue 8. Handling of legacy contracts 9. Specialist services eg Clinical Safety, IG, IT Security, Data Quality 10. Support the CCG with digital strategy and transformation/STP Bidder Interviews Points for Consideration 37
  38. 38. Thanks for listening. Any questions ? Digital Primary Care mailbox
  39. 39. Laurie Pennington Commercial Procurement Support – ETTF / digital Innovations
  40. 40. With effect from 23rd January the IT Procurement Specialists will be committed on a full time basis until the end of March 2017. This will enable an increased level of support to DCO Heads of DT with:- • Progress tracking of approved 2016/17 schemes • Due diligence on prospective 2017/18 schemes. The Hub mandate has also been extended to support planning for the GPFV £45m on-line Consultation initiative. Planning underway to re-commission the Hub for 2017/18 to support:- • ETTF • Transformation Areas • GPFV £45m on-line consultation Procurement Hub – update
  41. 41. • As part of the General Practice Forward View, a £45 million fund has been created to contribute towards the costs for practices to purchase online consultation systems • The fund will be available from 2017/18, with £15 million in 2017/18, £20 million in 2018/19 and £10 million in 2019/20 • Funding will be allocated by NHS England to CCGs on a weighted capitation basis • CCGs and practices/federations can draw on support from the National technology commercial and procurement hub in the form of:- • general procurement advice/support; and • template documentation. • The Hub will encourage CCGs and practices/federation to collaborate • In addition, NHS England are considering sponsoring the establishment of a Dynamic Purchasing System (“DPS”) managed by the Hub to support the fund GPFV on-line consultation context
  42. 42. • The DPS is a procedure available for contracts for works, services and goods commonly available on the market • It is run as a completely electronic process, new suppliers can join at any time • The DPS is a two-stage process. • First, in the initial setup stage (to be undertaken by the Hub, all suppliers who meet the selection criteria and are not excluded must be admitted to the DPS • Individual contracts are awarded during the second stage. In this stage, CCGs, practices and federations will invite all suppliers on the DPS to bid for their specific contracts • The DPS can streamline procurement for both suppliers and authorities. • Suppliers don’t have to demonstrate suitability and capability every time they wish to compete • The award of individual tenders can be quicker than under some other procedures • Ensures that any new and innovative suppliers can apply at any time accommodating a developing and/or evolving marketplace DPS Headlines
  43. 43. To date primary focus has been on supporting DCOs with scheme assurance/approval for 16/17 schemes Going forward priority is to:- • Support DCOs with:-  Tracking approved scheme progress;  Driving delivery of approved schemes;  Scheme assurance/approval for 2017/18 schemes. • Deliver 3% savings target ETTF current scheme approval status Approved Scheme Summary
  44. 44. CCGs Scheme value £000 NHS Birmingham Cross City CCG 3,037 NHS Sandwell & West Birmingham CCG 2,242 NHS Solihull CCG 984 NHS South Warwickshire CCG 1,432 NHS Hereford 392 Total 8,087 A Midlands & East aggregation experience Aggregated telephony/WIFI procurement The Hub worked with DCO’s Head of DT to marshal CCG Leads. We now have a:- • Lead CCG • Identified Framework Agreement • Lead procurement delivery partner • Agreed specification of requirements and procurement plan ITT issued, response and outcome eagerly awaited Learning to date • Early identification of appropriate framework agreement • CSU capability/capacity • Time required to prime framework suppliers • Need for realistic procurement milestones Note: Not all approved funds are earmarked for telephony/WIFI
  45. 45. NHS England Estates and Technology Transformation Fund Internal OperatingGuidanceNotes Finance ReportingSchedule2016-17 Key Finance ReportingDates per month (2016-17) Regional to National Team Reporting Dates Working Day Tracker Updates Non-ISFE Forms Returns Central Returns Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 Oct-16 Nov-16 Dec-16 Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 In month DCO/PMO maintain and update project tracker project status, Forecast, Slippage etc - - - - - - - - - WD1 Tracker Frozen Regional PM review and moderate forecast 1-Aug 1-Sep 3-Oct 1-Nov 1-Dec 3-Jan 1-Feb 1-Mar 3-Apr WD2 Centre (DM) informed of any changes to ETTF DCO/CCG budgets NON ISFE returns made available on Sharepoint Centre (DM) informed of any changes to ETTF DCO/CCG budgets 2-Aug 2-Sep 4-Oct 2-Nov 2-Dec 4-Jan 2-Feb 2-Mar 4-Apr WD3 - - - - - - - - - - - - WD4 Regional PM/DoF sign off forecast and confirm entries to DCOs/CCGs for NON ISFE 4-Aug 6-Sep 6-Oct 4-Nov 6-Dec 6-Jan 6-Feb 6-Mar 6-Apr WD5 Reconciliation Reconciliation Reconciliation 5-Aug 7-Sep 7-Oct 7-Nov 7-Dec 9-Jan 7-Feb 7-Mar 7-Apr WD6 - - - - - - - - - - - WD7 - - - - - - - - - - - WD8 Pick up Actuals from IFSE and feed into Tracker NON ISFE completed by DCOs/CCGs Summary YTD Actuals in IFSE supplied by Central finance after Ledger close 10-Aug 12-Sep 12-Oct 10-Nov 12-Dec 12-Jan 10-Feb 10-Mar 12-Apr WD9 - Region/Centre consolidate NON ISFE and pull into Tracker. Ensure NON ISFE ties to Tracker making adjustments in Region NON ISFE if necessary FOT finalised in ledger/tracker 11-Aug 13-Sep 13-Oct 11-Nov 13-Dec 13-Jan 13-Feb 13-Mar 13-Apr WD10 Tracker unfrozen for the period. £/metrics available for Programme Report Sign off by Regional DoF and Reports available to centre - 12-Aug 14-Sep 14-Oct 14-Nov 14-Dec 16-Jan 14-Feb 14-Mar 14-Apr WD11 Reconciliation Reconciliation Reconciliation 15-Aug 15-Sep 17-Oct 15-Nov 15-Dec 17-Jan 15-Feb 15-Mar 17-Apr WD12 - - Actuals by the end of WD12 16-Aug 16-Sep 18-Oct 16-Nov 16-Dec 18-Jan 16-Feb 16-Mar 18-Apr WD14 - - Capital Accounts data return (MK) 19-Aug 19-Sep 20-Oct 18-Nov 19-Dec 20-Jan 20-Feb 20-Mar 20-Apr Ref OG008-16 ETTF Finance Reporting Schedule 2016-17 10.08.16 Version 1 Tracking scheme progress DCO/PMO maintain and update project tracker project status, Forecast, Slippage etc Plan Advertise Pre- qualification ITT/ITQ Contract Award We are currently engaged in a discovery exercise with DCOs How are DCOs tracking progress and how can we help?
  46. 46. NHS Shared Business Services are also out to market to establish a technology framework agreement. There are four lots as follows: • Lot 1 ​Electronic Assistive Technologies (with a focus on the purchase of products) • Lot 2 – Alarm Technologies & Services (Telecare focussed products & services) • Lot 3 – Continuous Monitoring Services (Telehealth focussed products and services) • Lot 4- Schedule Remote and On Demand Services (e.g. teleconsultation, telemedicine) Contract award is planned for April 2017 In December the NHS London Procurement Partnership established a national framework of suitably experienced, capable, qualified and resourced technology suppliers. Framework Agreements - update
  47. 47. NHS LPP – CDIS Framework Lot 1 – Electronic patient records (EPR) Application software, deployment including data migration activities, change management, maintenance and service management Sub-lot 1.1: Acute Sub-lot 1.2: Mental Health Sub-lot 1.3: Community Health Sub-lot 1..4: Child health Lot 2 – Hosting solution This will include service management of the hosting solution. Lot 3 – Enabling Systems Supporting EPR & Digital 2020 Reporting functionality, integration, interfacing, interoperability, multi- functional services, hybrid mail, and document management services. Sub-lot 3.1A: Multi-functional devices, printers, maintenance and associated consumables, fully managed document service. (MFDS/COMMS/MPS) (buy or lease only) Sub-lot 3.1B: Multi-function devices, printers, maintenance and associated consumables, print audit, communication products and services, fully managed document service. (MFDS/COMMS/MPS) (managed print service) Sub-lot 3.2: Hybrid mail and related communication services (HMS) Sub-lot 3.3: External print and related services (EPS) Sub-lot 3.4 Documen management services (DMS1 – storage, DMS2 – scanning, DMS2 – EDRMS, and DMS4 – managed service) Sub-lot 3.5 Interoperability and interfacing Sub-lot 3.6 Clinical and patient portals Sub-lot 3.7: Informatics and reporting.
  48. 48. NHS LPP – CDIS Framework Lot 4 – Specialised Digital Solution and Professional Services Including mobile working, patient support, medicines management solution, patient workflow solutions and innovation. Sub-lot 4.1: Mobile working and bring your own device (BYOD) Sub-lot 4.2: Tele-health Sub-lot 4.3: Professional Services Sub-lot 4.4: Medication management solutions Sub-lot 4.5: Patient support solutions Sub-lot 4.6: Patient workflow and tracking Sub-lot 4.7: Innovation
  49. 49. ANY QUESTIONS?
  50. 50. Lunch: Afternoon Session Discussion and Q&A Session
  51. 51. Thanks for listening….. Digital Primary Care team Sue Cooke GPIT Programme lead Lee Harrison Digital Project Officer Doug Scott Laurie Pennington Commercial & Procurement Lead, ETTF