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© Safeguarding public health Adverse incident reporting now and the future, roles and responsibilities Mark Grumbridge
© AI reporting Report Sources and Device groups Current reporting routes Joint Patient Safety Alert (PSA)- MHRA & NHS England Role of the Medical Director and Medical Device Safety Officer (MDSO) Proposed reporting route Signal processing
© Report Source
© Device Group
© Current reporting
© Joint Patient Safety Alert- MHRA & NHS England MHRA and NHS England have formed a strategic partnership to improve reporting and learning in medical device safety. This partnership includes joint working on several strategic initiatives, as follows: –the National Reporting & Learning System (NRLS) as an integrated reporting route for medical device incidents; –developing enhanced governance systems :- including medical or nursing director oversight at board level introduction of a Medical Device Safety Officer (MDSO) with an enhanced role (replacing the Medical Device Liaison Officer), strong links with a local multi-professional medical device safety committee; –developing a national medical device safety improvement network –improving feedback.
© The oversight role of the medical / nursing director A board director (medical or nursing supported by a senior healthcare professional) should have the responsibility to oversee medical devices incident reporting and learning systems. The board director or senior manager should foster a safety culture and satisfy themselves that - –these systems are operating effectively, –that the quality of incident reports supports learning, –that important patient safety issues identified by these systems are adequately addressed locally and –that incident reports are submitted in a timely fashion for national learning An existing or new multi-professional group for medical devices safety should be identified, along with a Medical Device Safety Officer (MDSO)
© Role responsibilities of the MDSO i. active membership of the National Medical Devices Safety Network; ii. improve reporting of and learning from medical devices incidents in the organisation; iii. manage medical device incident reporting in the organisation, review all medical devices incident reports to ensure data quality for local and national learning, where necessary investigate and get additional information from reporters; iv. make sure that medical device incidents are sent to the NRLS as soon as possible and a least every week; v. receive and respond to requests for more information from the Patient Safety Domain in NHS England and the MHRA about medical device incident reports; vi. work as a member of the medical devices safety committee to deliver the responsibilities listed in the Medical Device Safety Committee role vii. act as an additional senior point of contact for manufacturers and support local actions on Field Safety Notices; and, viii. improve reporting of medical devices incidents and support the dissemination of medical devices safety communications from NHS England and the MHRA throughout the organisation.
© Role of the Medical Devices Safety Committee improving reporting of and learning from medical device incidents in the organisation; analysing of incident data, audit and other data to identify, prioritise and address medical devices risks to minimise harm to patients; identifying, developing and promoting best practice for medical devices safety - this will include supporting the implementation of external patient safety guidance from NHS England, MHRA, NICE and other organisations. Implementation will need coordination and support for process and system changes to reduce the likelihood of serious medical device incidents occurring or reoccurring; providing regular feedback to clinical staff, patient care areas and hospital committees on the risks of medical devices and planned action to minimise these risks; coordinating education and training support to improve the quality of medical devices error incident reports and safe medical devices practices; and, assisting in the development and review of medical device use policies and procedures.
© Proposed reporting
© Any Questions?
© Safeguarding public health Signal Detection Catriona Blake
© Signal Detection Signal detection involves identifying patterns of adverse events associated with a particular device / group of devices or user issues that warrant further investigation. A medical device safety signal may arise from: a previously unrecognised safety issue a change in the frequency or severity of a known safety issue identification of a new at-risk group use of the device different to that intended by the manufacturer.
© MHRA & Signal Detection Reconfigure organisation to further shift towards signal detection and focus of resources on high-risk safety issues New Risk Matrix agreed and operational from 23/06/14- shifts more incidents towards Trending & Surveillance so resources can be focused on high-risk safety issues Currently analyse trends manually and work with trigger points. Investigating IT tools to enhance ‘Business Intelligence’ –Automated queries running and notifications when trigger points are reached –Intelligent analysis of text fields- sentiment analysis –Allows specialist to focus resources on high risk issues whilst software highlights any signals detected for analysis and action.
© Points of interest Review triggered Specialist investigation. Manufacturer identified syringe barrels could become trapped during assembly process leading to the damage observed and causing similar damage to other syringe barrels. Modifications to plant and process to prevent recurrence.
© Any Questions?
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