Presentation on theme: "QOF Calculator. Why Change QMAS system difficult to maintain Down time when new releases required QMAS support contract ended 30/9/2010 Scottish Requirements."— Presentation transcript:
Why Change QMAS system difficult to maintain Down time when new releases required QMAS support contract ended 30/9/2010 Scottish Requirements were not being catered for under existing contract England developing new QMAS which is unlikely to be in place until 2012/2013 England looking to develop the GPES data extraction system which would not compatible with Scotland’s infrastructure Cost
QOF Calculator Benefits Practices Windows based system Easy to use Works with existing GP Clinical Systems Access and availability improved Local password control Results easy to understand Comparison to local/national averages Integrated help text Health Boards Improved reporting capability Ability to monitor practice submissions Calculations simplified and transparent Design local reports improved access to data Electronic data feeds Simplified adjustment routines Flexibility to cater for future developments
QOF Calculator Structure Data reported at four levels GP Practice Community Health Partnership NHS Board Scotland
Timetable Initial QOF phase 1 released August 2010 for detailed year end testing QOF phase 2 released for testing September 2010 Live implementation by late October 2010 Regional training events organised for early November QOF phase 3 release of background process enhancements Once system live and fully operational, move to v17 rule set.
Implementation Processes All practices will be provided a URL for QOF Calculator which will direct users to the front end system access QMAS users will be set up within QOF Calculator with the same USER ID Access passwords will be emailed to users after training Practices will re-enter non-clinical information
Data Migration System will be populated with the 2010/2011 monthly QOF submissions The 2004-2010 monthly reports will be migrated from QMAS by January 2011 All Year end achievement reports from 2004 to 2010 will be migrated onto the new system by January 2011 Access to historical Achievement reports not yet signed off
QMAS Indicator Group Level Summary of AchievementException Summary Report: Monthly ~ July 2010Clinical Data Submission Date:August 1st 2010Practice Identifier: 30256Non Clinical Data Submission Date:Practice List Size Date:July 1st 2010Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes)Submission Indicator Group Register Size:62 ---------------------------- Exceptions ------------------------------Submission---------- Comparatives --------IndicatorPatient UnsuitableInformed DissentRegistration DateDiagnosis DateOtherTotalDenominatorIndicator Register SizePractice PercentageNHS Board AverageNational AverageDM 19NA 62NA DM 200000062 0.0002.4793.156DM 501000161621.6132.1092.641DM 2302003557628.06512.5189.718DM 2402003557628.0659.9018.006DM 2502002458626.4527.7076.539DM 21020068546212.9035.1447.762DM 902002458626.4523.8754.980DM 1002002458626.4523.9225.026DM 1100000062 0.0002.0562.510DM 1201000161621.6133.4204.147DM 1302000260623.2267.03610.142DM 2201000161621.6132.1252.664DM 15000055 76288.71087.31383.962DM 1601000161621.6132.5223.050DM 1702000260623.2265.3077.263DM 1802001359624.8397.90810.060Average Percentage0.0000.1390.000 0.4660.6059.67710.334 10.727 nss.scot.nhs.uk nss.scot.nhs.uk October 12, 2010 October 12, 2010 You are currently logged in as AC095 with role NHS BOARD QOF Management (Grampian) You are currently logged in as AC095 with role NHS BOARD QOF Management (Grampian) ------------------- TopTop QOF Calculator GP Practice NHS Boards Other Data PMSPS CHI QOF DATA FLOWCHART