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1 Philip M. J. Graham Head of Information Communications Technology (ICT) 13 th July 2010

2 Agenda Overview of Vision Privacy Impact Assessment

3 Vision – what is it? (1) Comprehensive Electronic Patient Record system –e-Prescribing –Orders and Results –Care Pathways –Emergency and Unscheduled Care / Theatres. –Decision Support and Clinical Documentation –ALERT Paper Free Hospital

4 Vision – what is it? (2) One of the Trust’s corporate enablers. –Continuous improvement partnership with TMI –3 x capital schemes (UCC, Surgical, W&C) –Productive ward / eRostering –Vision

5 Vision – when will it happen? Vision will be implemented in a phased approach – rolling thunder! Implemented by summer 2012 First phase will be A&E, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Cardiology in th September 2010.

6 Vision – what is needed? Major change to the way we all work now Engagement at all Levels and with all stakeholders Change Management Communications and involvement A Service Led Model A Programme Approach

7 Vision – what are the benefits? Supports better, safer care for patients Supports the Blackpool Way through the continuous improvement agenda Help achieve ‘Best in NHS Care’ Releases resources – ‘quality costs less’ Support the delivery of a 24 hours 7 day a week service

8 Privacy Impact Assessment What? “A process which helps to assess privacy risks to individuals in the collection, use and disclosure of Information.” “PIAs help to identify privacy risks, foresee problems and bring forward solutions.” “Conducts an in-depth internal assessment of privacy risks, consults widely with stakeholders on privacy concerns.”

9 Privacy Impact Assessment Why? To identify risks To protect reputation To instil public Trust and Confidence in the Project To inform the communications strategy

10 Privacy Impact Assessment Work? Testing the inbuilt privacy technology Ensuring compliance with Data Protection Act. confirming audit trails, identity management, data storage, network access. ensuring other safeguards to reassure patients. ensuring that inappropriate access is acted upon and the HR policies are in place. ensuring System and Security Policies and Procedures are in place. fully training staff in the system and controls ensuring that Governance issues are overseen and audited.

11 Privacy Impact Assessment Who? Trust staff and members. Partner NHS Organisations. Patient Forums Press Councils MPs Public

12 So what is important? Patient and staff information will be held. Information will be held to perform our duites as a healthcare provider. The information will only be used for it’s declared purpose, healthcare provision. Information will be shared with the organisations that we currently share information with. Information will be protected by technology and policy. Information could be used for further use in audit and research following the current rules. Information retention will be subject to current Trust Policy.

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