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Evaluation of Key Information Summary (KIS) in Forth Valley. David Arundel Programme Manager. Background. Over 2000 patients currently on ACP across 3 care groups, care homes, palliative care, LTC For ACP’s to be effective

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David arundel programme manager

Evaluation of Key Information Summary (KIS) in Forth Valley

David Arundel

Programme Manager


Background

Background

  • Over 2000 patients currently on ACP across 3 care groups, care homes, palliative care, LTC

  • For ACP’s to be effective

    • Ability to transfer information to other care providers is essential element in making this happen

  • FV had a bid for eHealth funding to support long term conditions programmes approved and became one of 4 eHealth demonstrator sites evaluating the KIS (2 EMIS, 2 Vision)


Objectives and outcomes

Objectives and Outcomes

  • To evaluate the Key Information Summary (KIS) across a sample of EMIS practices (n=11) and to test the ability to easily share information on the GP system and ensure that it is viewed and understood by users in A&E (EDIS), OOH (ADASTRA), SAS, NHS24.

  • Outcome – An report that that will demonstrate;

    • Views of EMIS practices on the usability of KIS

    • Whether KIS can be viewed on other users systems

    • Feedback from recipients on the quality and usefulness of the information

    • Impact of the information on patient outcomes.


Deliverables

Deliverables

  • KIS electronic template made available from EMIS developers

  • Training for participating practice staff

  • Evaluation methodology developed and agreed

  • Final project evaluation report with key findings and lessons learned is submitted to National Programme Board

  • Recommendations along with other Boards piloting KIS to inform final KIS template

  • FV participation in information and launch events for local and national roll-out.


Key timelines

Key Timelines

  • Meeting with GP practices – 1st Dec

  • KIS user interface available – Jan 2012

  • KIS training in participating practices – Feb 2012

  • Adastra implementation – ?expected Feb / Mar 2012

  • KIS ‘live testing’ and evaluation – March / April 2012

  • National rollout starting May !!


Progress to date

Progress to date

  • Local Project Board established

  • PID document developed

  • Practice recruitment completed

  • FV staff involvement in Webex demonstration of screenshots and SEF testing

  • Project monitoring thro KIS Project Board

  • Highlight reports to CHP eHealth group

  • Practice funding released December 11 & March 12

  • Raising awareness of KIS pilot


Project board

Project Board


11 participating practices

Doune

Tillicoultry

Killearn

Edinkiln

Dollar

Alva

Grange

Meadowbank (Polmont Park)

Dunblane

Bridge of Allan

Park Terrace, Stirling

11 Participating practices


Practice requirements

Practice requirements

  • Training on KIS for participating practices

  • Transfer existing patients’ ACP onto KIS / create KIS for new patient (minimum n=5)

  • Obtain patient consent to

    • Participate in pilot

    • Share KIS with others

  • Provide patient with copy of patient leaflet

  • Provide patients with a print of their KIS


Practice requirements1

Practice requirements

  • As a minimum both a GP and a nurse are involved in completing the KIS

  • Practice Team to participate in evaluation and contribute to evaluation report

  • Practice Team to attend meetings (pre and post) evaluation


Evaluation

Evaluation

  • Supported by QI

  • Developing evaluation methodology

    • Informing patient of pilot (amend leaflet for pilot)

    • Information viewed by HCP as part of pilot

    • Drafted evaluation questionnaire (usability, accessibility and usefulness)

    • Maintaining issues log of glitches

    • Seeking Caldecott permission for process


Support

Support

  • Members of Project Board

    • Project Manager

    • Project Support

  • Access to KIS Information online

  • FAQ’s

  • Contact details and web addresses in the information pack


Http www ecs scot nhs uk kis

http://www.ecs.scot.nhs.uk/kis


Http intranet fv scot nhs uk home depts ehpo key information summary asp

http://intranet.fv.scot.nhs.uk/home/Depts/EHPO/Key_Information_Summary.asp


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