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Dr William Lumb GP & CCIO Cumbria interim CCG

CCIO in Clinical Commissioning/ Clinical leadership in health ICT

Some of my responsibilities
500,000 patients end of the line Total NHS spend 860m Two acute trusts 5 sites, 4 acute

Variable level of ePR Clinical & Financial Issues One combined Community/Mental Health Trust 13 Cottage Hospitals- 220 beds No Mental Health ePR 80 GP practices 900-17,000 patients

The justification

Cumbria 65+ Population: selected health projections (numbers people)


25,000

20,000

Unable to manage at least one mobility activity

75+ registerd blind or partially sighted

Dementia

Number of people

15,000

LTLI caused by heart attack

Falls (A&E attendance)

10,000
Severe depression (lowest estimate level)

LTLI caused by stroke

5,000
Falls (hospital admission)

0 2008 2010 2015 Year 2020 2025

Short term urgent Home Care

Care Homes

Liaison Nurse

Short Term Intervention Service (nursing/therapy/SW)

DGH

Single point of access Community Step-up DGH Urgent Care Step-down beds Hub

GP/other clinician referral

Walk In

Community respiratory team

Primary Care Assessment Service

999 Ambulance

All Cat C, others diverted after discussion with PCAS Liaison Nurse

DGH

Community IV antibiotic service

Impossible without ICT- the business case

Its all about health outcomes

Obama Care?

Modern Healthcare needs..


Connectivity

COIN (FTTC), Wireless for all, Flat Networks Virtualisation Hardware Software Interoperable ePR Electronic postal service Air Traffic Control for patients/clients

Whole system approach (inc. Social Care) dynamic interoperability

Cumbria

IM&T Commissioning Intentions


Providers must have interoperable ePR

Use CCG interoperability standards Expect standards of data extraction and reporting Focus on patient care Development of outcome based metrics Require common networks Require electronic messaging Meaningful patient access to ePR Engage in Cross Organisational Care Planning

Thank You
williamlumb@nhs.net