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1 iQ Medical

2 The next generation of health informatics Patient & Population Centric Modules

3 A unique Data Validation and PBC Tool with extensive reporting capabilities Substantially enhanced in the last few months Now includes automatic extraction of data from all clinical systems iQ Budget Manager

4 Only system which automatically references data held in the Practice’s clinical system Other validation systems use only Secondary Care Data Both political parties are moving towards budgets being held by Practices / PBC Clusters validation will need to be at a very granular level Creates critical management intelligence Enables validation to take place within the flex and freeze dates iQ Budget Manager


6 New Expert Analyser / Dashboard April 2010 release

7 iQ Predictive Health Manager Colton Mill – Long Term Conditions Analysis Long Term Condition profile for all patients registered with Colton Mill by LTC frequency Long Term Condition profile for all patients registered with Colton Mill by average risk score Risk stratification tool based on PARR Combined Model. Proactively case finds patients at most risk of hospitalisation. Facilitates targeting of resource to those with increasing risk. Improvements in patient care closer to home. Reduction in hospitalisation episodes and associated costs. May 2010 release

8 Product Demonstration iQ Budget Manager

9 iQ HealthMaps Intelligent healthcare through local intelligence

10 iQ HealthMaps “Tools should be developed that enable practices to understand the business case for improved health and reduced costs of healthcare by addressing behavioural risk factors in the practice population. These will support practice based commissioning and underpin a potentially assertive model of practice intervention.” ‘Enabling Effective Delivery of Health and Wellbeing’ Report DH, February 2010

11 Brings together several disparate information sources: – GP clinical data – Secondary care data – Mosaic Public Sector – Mosaic Origins – Community resources – Locations of businesses and services that influence people’s health and social needs. – Local health infrastructure - locations and details of all GPs, hospitals, pharmacies, dentists opticians, clinics etc in the local health economy. – Geographic boundaries – GP, PBC Consortia, localities, PCT and SHA boundaries. Postcode, ward, output area and IMD areas. – National datasets – Google Maps The only intuitive solution which empowers Practice professionals to address complex health prevalence which exists in their patient population iQ HealthMaps

12 Provides understanding of the health needs (met and unmet) and the social and ethnic differences in practice population. Identifies where, to whom and how to target approaches to improve health, more cost efficiently. Provides a total picture of need – goes beyond NHS data to include important proxy indicators of health and on patient behaviours. iQ HealthMaps – principle objectives

13 Provides evidence needed to produce business cases for service redesign based on the local population’s long-term needs. Identifies unmet need, pinpoints conditions where primary care may be failing to pick people up, and place services appropriately. iQ HealthMaps – principle objectives

14 Objective comments by FDA “HealthMaps is an excellent tool whose time is definitely now.” “We suspect you don’t realise just how good this product is!” “For GP practices it can help identify morbidity not yet diagnosed improve practice health data, QOF points and result in improved patient care/outcomes.” “For commissioners it would be an indispensable decision support tool, e.g. decide where to deploy services effectively, such as community matrons – the locations will appear before their very eyes!”

15 NSMC endorsement “We believe that HealthMaps is not only the best tool currently available for fusing health, activity, need and cost data but it is also the most user friendly in the market place. HealthMaps will provide PCTs and other stakeholders with the data analysis they will need as part of a comprehensive scoping stage of any change programme. HealthMaps is also a powerful tool for public health specialists and commissioning staff interested in targeting interventions and monitoring performance” Professor Jeff French, PhD, MBA, MSc, PGDHEd, BA, Cert Ed. CEO, Strategic Social Marketing Ltd Founder of and Principal Advisor to the National Social Marketing Centre Former Director of Planning & Communication, Health Development Agency

16 Product Demonstration iQ HealthMaps – principle objectives

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