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The Role of the CCIO. Mike Fisher Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust. Full time clinical interventional cardiologist 12 session (48 hour) weekly clinical timetable No dedicated time for the CCIO role IT Background starting at school

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the role of the ccio

The Role of the CCIO

Mike Fisher

Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust

who am i

Full time clinical interventional cardiologist

  • 12 session (48 hour) weekly clinical timetable
  • No dedicated time for the CCIO role
  • IT Background starting at school
  • Appointed CCIO August 2012, but had been doing very similar role for 2 years previously
  • Clinical Safety Officer
  • Local role in audit
  • Local and national roles in research
Who am I?
what do i think is a ccio for

Strategy

Clinical Engagement

Patient Safety

Implementation

What do I think is a CCIO for?

Informatition

slide5

Clinical Engagement Should Start Before the Project ever gets off the ground

    • Clinical Design
    • Clinical Safety
  • Having a series of presentations of the shiny new system is NOT engagement
When
strategic challenges and opportunities

Promoting integration and interoperability standards via CCIO network

  • Integration of open-source into a commercial environment
  • Continued alignment of overall strategic direction with quick wins for the clinicians
Strategic Challenges and Opportunities
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Single-coded question

  • 63% of NHS Organisation/Trust currently have a Chief Clinical Information Officer in post.
  • 66% of CCIOs have been in post up to 2 years, 34% over two years.

Number Of NHS Organisation/Trust

That Have A CCIO in Post

Length Of Time CCIO Has Been in Post

Base: NHS Organisation/Trust With CCIO (23)

Q.16. Does your NHS Organisation/Trust have a Chief Clinical Information Officer?Q.17. If Yes, how long has the CCIO been in post?

Base: Q.16. Total Respondents (75) Q.17. Total Respondents (47) who answered Yes to Q.16.

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Single-coded question

  • 46% of NHS Organisation/Trust without a posted CCIO feel the role is not necessary in their organisation.
  • 25% of NHS Organisation/Trust may appoint a CCIO (or someone in a similar post) in the near future.

Reasons For Not Having A CCIO

Base: NHS Organisation/TrustWithout CCIO (17)

Q.18. Which of the following statements best describes your current position regarding not having a CCIO?

Base: Q.18. Total Respondents (28) those that answered No in Q.16.

q 19 all of the statements start with our ccio is please state yes if it applies or no if not

Multi-coded question

  • 87% of NHS Organisations/Trusts with a CCIO perceive them as being a senior clinical information leader/ a guide to the informatics team to ensure IT transformation projects are completed.
  • There to make IT work for clinicians is lowest, but still agreed with by 43% of respondents.

Perceptions Of The CCIOs Role: “Our CCIO Is…”

Base: NHS Organisation/Trust With CCIO (23) Results: Yes responses

Q.19. All of the statements start with “Our CCIO is….” please state yes if it applies or no if not.

Base: Q.19. Total Respondents (47) those that answered Yes in Q.16.

what have i learned

Clinical Engagement First

  • Find out what really bothers your colleagues
  • Offer some quick solutions for the small things
  • BUT be prepared to say no to expedient “solutions”
  • Clinicians means more than consultants
What Have I Learned?
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