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1 (GPSoC update) & next steps for iSoft practices Peter Short National Clinical Lead GP Department of Health Informatics Directorate & GP Partner in Buxton, Derbyshire

2 National picture & horizon scanning GP system contracts now and beyond 2013 Rights and responsibility The next 12 months ‘Peripheral issues’ What we don’t know

3 GPSoC Current ‘National’ contract managed by GPSoC team in CFH for GP system provision Current framework contract ‘end’ March 2013 Replacement framework going through Government approval process Bridging gap between contracts Framework improvement to encourage innovation and new integration

4 CSC announcement GPSoC working with user group, professional bodies & local NHS organisations Managed market exit to avoid compromising patient care Proposed end date October 2013 Local organisations fund migration GPSoC contribution if to a hosted system Practices can complete 2012/13 QOF year

5 Rights and responsibility DH, CfH and GPSoC (and JGPIT) support the right of a practice to choose a replacement system that best meets clinical and business needs. PCTs, SHA’s, and in future CCG’s will have a view on ‘strategy’ for IT development in the wider Community. ‘Connect-all’ ambition.

6 Next 12 months Opportunities & Threats ‘New Toys’ New relationship with supplier New ways of working  Information sharing  Medico-legal issues  Learning challenge  Data migration

7 Becoming an informed customer (again) Supplier contact GPSoC support PCT support User groups Previous ‘migrants’ Locality and PCT environment Whole practice ambition

8 Practice priorities Data migration implications System architecture System performance Financial performance (& QOF) Locality ambition and relationships Usability and functionality Training support

9 Business continuity Useable records 3 rd party software Record organisation and management National application interaction Document management and attachments Backup and ‘business continuity’ options Mobile and remote working

10 PCT > CCG What support is / will be available Change management Investment Strategic fit Interaction with commissioning Direct support or via CSS’s

11 LSP contract In ‘North, Midlands and East’ (NME) area contracts for GP system (TPP SystmOne) is through CSC as Local Service Provider (LSP) Practices who choose to migrate to TPP in this area will be covered by LSP contract and central LSP support team (Not a direct relationship with supplier) Contract runs until 2016

12 Peripheral issues On-line access for patients EPS2 Choose & Book GP2GP SCR Emed3 Screening results Electronic communication

13 What we don’t know.... Outcome and date of GPSoC replacement negotiations Primary Care IT funding level Future levels of responsibility in detail Variation in CCG support level Impact of ‘open data’ agenda and NHSCB ambition for wider market involvement

14 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

15 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership points to a better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

16 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

17 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

18 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

19 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

20 Personal observations Migrations involve pain and gain ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome Your new system will have amazing functionality Your new system will have annoying deficiencies Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve The only constant in GP IT is change

21 Good luck!


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