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Pi t chio 30apr2015v2

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Presenters
Mal Thatcher, Chief Health Information Officer (CHIO), Queensland Health
Colin McCririck, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Queensland Health

Agenda
Update on CHIO and CTO operating models
Introduce a different procurement methodology for significant ICT projects
Announce the Interoperability Request for Solution (RFS)

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Pi t chio 30apr2015v2

  1. 1. Partners in Technology & Queensland Health Thursday 30 April 2015 Mal Thatcher Chief Health Information Officer Department of Health, Queensland Health
  2. 2. Agenda The Office of the Chief Health Information Officer (OCHIO) Operating Model Significant project procurement methodology Interoperability Request for Solution
  3. 3. Operating Model
  4. 4. The CHIO will focus on supporting strategic system objectives, and work in partnership with stakeholders (internal and external) to drive innovation and value delivery. CTOCHIO OperationsStrategy The CTO will focus on operational delivery, and assist the CHIO to deliver strategic enablers and long-term business benefits. 4
  5. 5. 5 OCHIO Policy & Governance Planning & Innovation Technical Architecture Knowledge Management
  6. 6. Support Healthcare Innovation through Strategic Alignment of ICT with Queensland’s objectives for health care delivery Support Healthcare Innovation through Strategic Alignment of ICT with Queensland’s objectives for health care delivery Establish Best Practice Advisory for Health IT (Centre of Excellence) Establish Best Practice Advisory for Health IT (Centre of Excellence) New Strategic FocusNew Strategic Focus Enduring Collaboration & Partnerships (Internal and External) Enduring Collaboration & Partnerships (Internal and External) 6 Establish Information as a Strategic AssetEstablish Information as a Strategic Asset
  7. 7. New Co-Design Process to ensure both customer and vendor are actively engaged in a partnership. Strategic Investment and Asset Replacement Program prioritised with minimal stakeholder consultation. New approachNew approachOld approachOld approach New Governance Framework for ICT and other Strategic Investments being implemented. Programs conducted in collaboration with HHSs. Major programs delivered without clearly defined business owners, benefits and business cases that are aligned to business priorities. Department centric decision making on ICT investments with limited visibility of the delivery of ICT investment outside of HSIA. 7
  8. 8. Standards Terminology Models Integration Shared information Shared repositories "Information is captured and exchanged consistently and accurately and is able to be interpreted and understood by all participants involved in the care of the patient across the patient journey, ultimately resulting in improved health outcomes for Queenslanders and improved working environment for healthcare providers."
  9. 9. 10 • Agree governance and stakeholder model • Current State Assessment • Desired outcomes and key capabilities • Strategic implications • Constraints Define objectives 1 • Agree draft scope and vision • Draft terms and conditions • Issuing RFS Prepare request for solution (RFS) 2 • Short-listing • Consensus evaluation • Shortlisted vendor briefing pack Shortlisting 3 • Rigorous panel evaluation • Reference checks and site visits • Final selection and approval Select partner 4 • Vendor contract • Joint team approach • Develop business case • Develop implementation plan • Define detailed deliverables Implementation planning study (IPS) 5 • Assess post IPS options Contracting selected partner 6
  10. 10. • Co-design procurement approach • Seeking an industry partner to scope, plan and deliver new capabilities that: – Replace current integration platforms and common services such as consent, patient identification – Enable Queensland Health’s interoperability vision • RFS released today!
  11. 11. Activity Date RFS released 30 April 2015 Industry Briefing 7 May 2015 Intention to respond to contact officer 14 May 2015 RFS clarifications close 18 May 2015 RFS closing date 4 June 2015 Shortlisting evaluation complete 23 June 2015 Detailed evaluation complete 29 July 2015 IPS Contract signed 31 August 2015
  12. 12. Partners in Technology & Queensland Health Thursday 30 April 2015 Colin McCririck Chief Technology Officer Department of Health, Queensland Health
  13. 13. A newbie’s view
  14. 14. Challenges Customers: go faster, be cheaper, modern technology Clinicians: quality care, patient safety Technology: age of kit, break fix strategy, legacy applications Complexity, scale, diversity
  15. 15. What are we doing? StabiliseStabilise LegacyLegacy StabiliseStabilise LegacyLegacy RebuildRebuild FoundationsFoundations RebuildRebuild FoundationsFoundations CreateCreate AgilityAgility CreateCreate AgilityAgility Delivery Focussed CultureDelivery Focussed CultureDelivery Focussed CultureDelivery Focussed Culture
  16. 16. Priorities Infrastructure stability (phones, servers, storage, data centers) Connectivity (wifi, telehealth) Cloud first strategy Security Contemporary Workplace Digital hospital (ieMR) Interoperability (oo’s of apps) Hospital buildings (Sunshine Coast, Rocky, Cairns, Townsville) 2005
  17. 17. Colin McCririck Chief Technology Officer Department of Health, Queensland Health Thank you

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