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It’s people that gets things done not technology A bit about me: Married with 2 grown up kids I have an active mind & balance that with lots of running.

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1 it’s people that gets things done not technology A bit about me: Married with 2 grown up kids I have an active mind & balance that with lots of running and golf (but my knees are dodgy so I have to be careful) Passionate about what I am doing with business intelligence, & even though I have not been rewarded for the work, I have worked very hard (1000s of hours, 1000s of lines of code) What drives me in my work is the creativity that it gives me (I would like to share this with others) I don’t get bored but at times can be can be boring I am not a business man, not a salesman, not a senior manger, if I had to, I would label myself as a software developer aspiring to be a consultant

2 BenefITs of Business Intelligence 1.Makes it easier to integrate health data (key to NHS) 2.Stops “spreadmart”, empowers organisations and individuals to take control of the big data (large volumes of complex data) 3.Different from traditional (DW) approach in that stakeholders still must have patience, but it should be quicker to build a Data Mart than a DW and it will certainly need less resource 4.For most visualization is easier to grasp than numbers

3 What is Visualisation? Feed Big Health Data (BHD) into Charts and Pictures (Qlik.NEXT will enable interaction)

4 … can build you own custom controls using MS Visio Focussed on LoS because NHS trying to get people out of hospitals and into the community … becomes … Key: Background colour = Shirt Colour Text Colour = Short Colour Star Points = Team Size (5, 6 or 7) Stars awarded for Hitting Targets Something more Complex & Complicated: (a gift from SCC to GC – what’s the story …)

5 QUArk Products Two products based on the same: QUArk Data Model Big Health Data QUArk Concepts Product One: The QUArk Consumer Health app (CHapp) (suitable for all Health Consumers) Product Two: The QUArk INDicator Tool for Providers (builds an unlimited number of tested, standardized apps, each taking only hours to create) Developing these products (i.e. writing the software) has been a one man job (like writing a novel), they are now built : The CHapp is stable (will demo) but needs to go thru’ usability in order to “simplify” IND Toolis very close to being fully tested and ready to deploy (will demo a dashboard built by the tool)

6 Funding Failed to secure funding, but have had feedback: “how can the CHapp help the patient?” (a practising GP): i.Puts them in control of their data and provides info. thereby helping them to manage their problems, have a bit more control and reduce stress ii.Patients taking responsibility will save the NHS £ thereby helps to ensure its LTC (long term future) iii.It puts the person (health consumer) at the centre of things (i.e. at the centre of integration) iv.Use the app to get extra information (BMJ) and provide feedback (positive and negative) “too complicated” (funding ORG): health is complicated, QUArk apps can process as little or as much data as you want (the more variety of data, the more compleXity) “it’s taking too long” (employers): it has taken a long time, IT does, we all need patience, but in the last 3 months the model and concepts have not changed and the UI only slightly – it has come together

7 What needs to happen to get the CHapp deployed? Increase Network of Contacts Engage a group of Health Consumers (volunteers) (via a Provider?) and carry out a usability study Team to finish testing (students * who are keen to work in healthcare?) Plan Business Model – who is going to pay? The Health Consumers Sponsorship The Provider (one that is passionate about patient access to data) Team to deploy (students who are keen to work in healthcare?)

8 Potential Provider Partner? University Hospitals Southampton (RHM) ? Provides lots of services, including including Children and Adult Mental Health Services Excellent NHS Number & Treatment Function utilisation (close to 100%) MS HealthVault + open minded … they would be an ideal partner (will demo a dashboard with UHS in mind: ORG_RHMapp1) U HS RHM Pathway – end of May APC (100% treatment Function, 0.6% pathway (60% national), NHS Number 98.5%) OP (NHS Number 98.9%, 0% pathway (50% national), NHS Number 98.9%) A&E (NHS Number 97.3%) … data from the HSCIC

9 myExisting Contacts & Networking – NHS + commercial NHS: Good links with NHS England (6Cs) Good links with Support at the HSCIC Good links with NHS Networks Good links with the Patient Information Forum Links to various NHS Groups on Linkedin Commercial: Good links with Support at QlikTech and QlikView Community Rob Dyke at Tactx4 and Handi Health (apps and hosting) Stuart Gardner (Business Consultant) Amir Khan (VMware – Mobile Networks) I need further help, I need your help …


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