The impact of eHealth on Healthcare Professionals and Organisations: A National Perspective

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The impact of eHealth on Healthcare Professionals and Organisations: A National Perspective. Eccles S. eHealth week 2010 (Barcelona: CCIB Convention Centre; 2010)

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The impact of eHealth on Healthcare Professionals and Organisations: A National Perspective

  1. 1. A National Perspective Dr Simon Eccles, Medical Director NHS Connecting for Health
  2. 2. What is England doing? • Healthcare systems • Infrastructure • GP systems inc. • N3 – health service transfers broadband • Electronic booking • NHS Spine • Mental health systems • Personal • Community systems Demographics inc • Hospital systems NHS Number • Digital imaging • Access Control • Summary Care Record • Secure e-mail • E-Pathways
  3. 3. How far have we got? • Healthcare systems • Infrastructure • GP systems inc. • N3 – health service transfers broadband • Electronic booking • NHS Spine • Mental health systems • Personal • Community systems Demographics inc • Hospital systems NHS Number • Digital imaging • Access Control • Summary Care Record • Secure e-mail • E-Pathways
  4. 4. How far have we got? • Healthcare systems • Infrastructure • GP systems inc. • N3 – health service transfers broadband • Electronic booking • NHS Spine • Mental health systems • Personal • Community systems Demographics inc • Hospital systems NHS Number • Digital imaging • Access Control • Summary Care Record • Secure e-mail • E-Pathways
  5. 5. What does it mean to patients? • Channel shifts • Control • Access
  6. 6. Channel Shifting
  7. 7. What does it mean for clinicians? • Data availability • Data sharing • Knowledge support
  8. 8. And for population health?
  9. 9. And for care planning? • The data fire hose • Options for data amalgamation as never before
  10. 10. Issues • Standardisation v. localisation • Datasets • Pathways • Differing views on sharing • Hospital v. family doctors • Financial Circumstances
  11. 11. Costs v. Values • Banking and text messages v. blood test results • RFID tags in supermarkets v. hospitals
  12. 12. How will this change care? • GP to GP • Communicator • SMS messages • Summary Care Record • The power of data to initiate internal change

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