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Monday 2 jimmi claussen herlev hospital

  1. 1. ONE CHANCEONE OPPORTUNITYONE HIT6 may 2013• Presented by: Jimi Claussen, Managing nurse at SA53S1 and ClinicalProject manager at HIT projectOn behalf of the HIT project group
  2. 2. THE HIT CONCEPT•Clinical Protocol•Organizational solution•Technical solution•Economic solution6 may 2013
  3. 3. 6 may 2013The HIT project carried the prototype from thepre project into the REAL WORLD• The REAL WOLD challenged the prototypesdreams, wishes, and aspirations• NOT ALL WAS POSSIBLE TO IMPLEMENT• This challenged the team to make work-aroundsand compromises so the prototype could come tolife
  4. 4. Organization and financesPublic/Privat Innovation partners (PPI):Private partners:• IBM, T26, In-Jet og Post DanmarkHospitals:• Herlev, Bornholm, Hvidovre, later this year 2 new sitesPrimæry sector:- General practitioners, GP coordinators, healthcare in the municipalityPatients:- Initial 50 patients with hearthfailure in telemedicine treatmentProject economy: 4,6 mio. kr. in 2012, Chroniccare program (13B)Prolonged until June 2013, Center of telemedicine andChroniccare program.Prolonged until December 2013, Center of telemedicine6 may 2013
  5. 5. Organizational diagram6 may 2013Steering comittee of telemedicine, Capital RegionChairman: Torben Mogensen deputy direktor at Hvidovre Hosp, andMDProjectgroupClinical and administrative personal in the hospitals, develoment dep.and IT organization and the private partnersAdm Project managerNiels B Federspiel(parent leave)Marianne B lauritsenPer Fly Hansen.National Investigator: Helena V. DominguezClinical Project manager: Jimi Claussen2012-2013 Chroniccare program2013 Center for telemedicineCapital RegionTHE CLINICS
  6. 6. Genvej til HIT 2.mp4.lnkHOW DOES IT LOOK?6 may 2013
  7. 7. SOLUTION AS IT LOOKS IN THE PATIENTSHOME6 may 2013A&D Vægt A&DBloodpressureHIT ApplicationA&D weightIn-JeT TelemedicinGateway... powered byLinkSmart®ADSL
  8. 8. 6 may 2013HIT Application
  9. 9. HIT Webbrowser Patient Interface6 may 2013
  10. 10. HIT Webbrovser clinician Interface6 may 2013
  11. 11. The patients opinions• Patients that were sad when they couldn’t buy theequipment• Patients that feared the tecnical soluion until they tried it.• Patients that felt they were closer to the hospitaltreatment through telemedicin• Patients that felt they had more insight through thetelemedical solution• Patients that evolve the concept into their own dailyrutine• An only three year old girl used it without instructions6 may 2013
  12. 12. Cooporation between the public and privatepartners• The cooporation has been positive and is stillbeneficial for all partners.• It was suprising for some of the private partners thatthe clinic was so efficient, and that they could notfind savings and cuts• The cooporation with the IT support in RegionH arecharacterized by reorganization6 may 2013
  13. 13. Telemedicines value for:PatientClinicianOut clinicSociety6 may 2013
  14. 14. Patient:• Freedom, less timeuse on none treatment, greaterknowledge and indsight into the disease andtreatment.• Easier access to information and healthcare• Synchrone and asynchrone datacollection,communication and treatment.• When the patient has the need and time.• In perspective: easier interconnection of the patientshealth and healthdata• When the patient allows and need it.6 may 2013
  15. 15. Clinician:• Easier access to realtime data, not infected byBIAS.• Easier recording of multiple data over time, withouthospitalization or outclinic treatment.• Easier access to multiple chronologic data• Synchrone and Asynchrone communication andtreatment.• When the hospital, clinic or clinician have time andposibility.• Data collection independent of the clinician.6 may 2013
  16. 16. Out clinic:• Data collection is independent of time and place.• Treatment is independent of building blocks and frameworks.• Treatment is in principle possible to make timeindependent• Treatment is possible to do faster because the data iscollected by the patient, and it is not necessary to collect thepatient and show them out of the clinic.• In perspective:• When the IT famework for booking, datacollection,journal, medication, is matured and the systems areworking together.It will be possible to save a lot of ressourcesMAX INTEGRATION: Across disease, sectors,regions, nations, continents.6 may 2013
  17. 17. Society:• In general there will be a lot of ressources to save.• Employes• Patients• Employer public or private• DATA collection and cooperation• Public healthcare• Private Insurances• Transportation• More treatments in the same time as now• Less expenses to framework , buildings and maintenance- More to the IT framework and support• In perspective: there are possibilities for programmed treatmentengines, supported by disease specific algorithms6 may 2013
  18. 18. WHATS THE GOAL6 may 2013
  19. 19. PERSPECTIVE?6 may 2013
  20. 20. Questions8. april 2013VIF - Danske Regioner