3Could the National Programme have been a success? YesWhy didn’t it?Thought – is the vision to be paperless just the national progamme delivered in a different way?Locally driven now.
4A Paper free NHS What do we mean? Why? What are the risks and benefits? For Nurses and Patients
5What Examples have we got to go paper free? Banking SystemAirline Flight’sInternet ShoppingParcel Delivery CompaniesLottery on-lineSTOP – ONE CLEAR REASON THEY ARE NOT EXAMPLES
6Do Patient’s have a choice to use the NHS or Not?
7What Examples have we got to go paper free? Banking System – we choice which bank to useAirline Flight’s – we have a choice of which airline to use and to pay extra to have a boarding cardInternet Shopping – you can choose to go to the shopsParcel Delivery Companies – don’t order parcels, get them yourselfLottery Online – Go to the shops and pick up a ticketThe NHS – Choose not to get sick – unrealistic!
11Because the Secretary of State for Health Tells us we have to? Accessed 01/06/2013
12There will not be an NHS unless we go Paperless Some make you believeThere will not be an NHS unless we go Paperless– Accessed 01/06/2013
13What the patients say?Why do I need to tell you my medication again, you have it all on your computer there.
14ScenarioIf you went into your bank to take some money out and they said that because you had not been to the branch before you had to tell them everything about yourself before they would give you any money.Would you be happy with this?NoSo why do we treat patients in the NHS like it?
18What is important to Nurses and Health Care Professionals
19What did we learn from the Mid Staffordshire Public Enquiry How can Informatics and a paper free NHS try to prevent this from happening again?
20What did we learn from the Mid Staffordshire Public Enquiry If something is in a paper record and never read than that is where it will stayIf something is in a electronic system it can be flagged and read by those that need to see itIt can be used to analyse the care providedIt can be used to help make a difference so the same mistake does not happen twice
21Vital Signs – Patient Safety Agenda An example from my own trustThere is audit evidence that only about 70% of observations are actually done and/or recorded when done paper basedWhen electronic systems are introduced recording increases to nearly 100%.Partly, this is due to the fact that it is obvious where the gaps are and, perhaps more importantly, who is responsible.Steps in tasks can be made compulsory and there is no ‘corner-cutting’ or skipping items_healthcare_IT_can_help_address_the_findings_of_the_Francis_Report/86940Accessed 2/6/13
22Its worth remembering… Its worth remembering…. If patient information is captured it can be investigated, analysed and presented in meaningful way to those that need that information this therefore provided the ability to remember and learn from mistakes as well as provide a real-time picture of how things are, were and to prevent mistakes from happening again
23The Information Journey DataInformationKnowledge
24ConclusionA Paper free NHS is not about taking all the paper out of the NHS, it is about making sure the information we hold on society is the most useful and meaningful form to benefit not only the patient but the population as a whole.
25Any Questions Kevin Percival Telephone: 01252 649235 E-mail Twitter@kevin_percival