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Maximising likelihood of HI solutions being workable and effectively deployed. Objectives On target solutions Maximum impact Cost-effective and giving best return Stimulate ongoing relationships At MINIMUM RISK – client and provider Reinforce Safety of the public.

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Maximising likelihood of hi solutions being workable and effectively deployed

Maximising likelihood of HI solutions being workable and effectively deployed

  • Objectives

    • On target solutions

    • Maximum impact

    • Cost-effective and giving best return

    • Stimulate ongoing relationships

    • At MINIMUM RISK – client and provider

    • Reinforce Safety of the public

This project is funded by the European Union

Jean Roberts [email protected] for UKCHIP and HISI


Who should be involved certification including it workforce

Who should be involved ?‘Certification (including IT workforce)‘

  • Designers, developers, implementors, trainers

  • Client specifiers, decision makers, trainers and end users

  • Provider sales and marketing people, strategists and product planners

Jean Roberts [email protected] for UKCHIP and HISI


Domain scope

DOMAIN SCOPE ?

INFORMATICS(IT and Information Science)

HEALTH INFORMATICS COMMUNITY

ICT incl Computer Science / studies

PPP*

IM

KM

CI

incl User Experience

HISM*

ETD

HEALTH RECORDS

RESEARCH

HEALTH

*PPP- Portfolio, Programme and Project Management (P3M)

*HISM- HI Service Management

Note : ALL constituencies have NHS, private health, academic and commercial existences

Jean Roberts [email protected] for UKCHIP and HISI


Recognising a health informatician

Recognising a Health Informatician

  • Academic

  • Vocational recognition

  • Experiential development

  • Skills and competence

  • Open formal registration

  • Mandatory certification

  • Ongoing structured CPD evaluation

  • Standards and career pathways

Jean Roberts [email protected] for UKCHIP and HISI


Trans national challenges

Trans-national Challenges ?

  • An emergent discipline

  • Do we have any common terminology

    • Standards of competence (informatics & health)

    • Levels of compliance

    • Communities of practice / constituencies

    • Necessary domain knowledge

  • Are there generic needs for human mobility

    • Scope and scale

    • Common criteria

    • Domain sensitivity

  • What constitutes ‘Fitness to practice’

    • Fit for purpose

    • Integration / interfacing

    • Consistency of conceptual understanding

  • Next Steps?

Jean Roberts [email protected] for UKCHIP and HISI


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