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The Future is E-Health. Reflections, Lesson Learned and current opportunities. Coalition of National Nursing Organisations 8 October 2010 Sydney Kathy.Dallest @nehta.gov.au. NEHTA’s purpose: establishing the foundations for e-health. E-Health: The Foundations.

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Reflections lesson learned and current opportunities

The Future is

E-Health

Reflections, Lesson Learned and current opportunities

Coalition of National Nursing Organisations

8 October 2010 Sydney

Kathy.Dallest @nehta.gov.au


Reflections lesson learned and current opportunities

NEHTA’s purpose: establishing the foundations for e-health

E-Health:

The Foundations

Lead the uptake of e-health systems of national significance; and coordinate the progression and accelerate the adoption of e-health by delivering urgently needed integration infrastructure and standards for health information.


Reflections lesson learned and current opportunities

NEHTA’s purpose: establishing the foundations for e-health

E-Health:

The Foundations

Lead the uptake of e-health systems of national significance; and coordinate the progression and accelerate the adoption of e-health by delivering urgently needed integration infrastructure and standards for health information.


Clinical safety risk management in ehealth

Clinical Safety Risk Management in eHealth

Aims to improve the quality and safe delivery of healthcare by:

  • Placing special emphasis on identifying circumstances that put patients at risk of harm

  • Acting to prevent or control those risks to As Low As Reasonably Practicable

  • Presenting evidence to internal and external customers that those controls within nehta’s boundary have been managed

  • Communicating additional controls that need to be implemented by other organisations outside nehta – Healthcare delivery organisations and health IT suppliers

    Based on principles in other mature industries in which managing risk is very important, for example, aviation and engineering


Ehealth capacity and capability benefits

eHealth Capacity and Capability - Benefits

  • Leadership and Engagement: get together, clarify roles, be known and building influence, and promote the benefits

  • eHealth Tools: know what you’ve got, learn from others, design for clinical benefits and create easy wins

  • eHealth Skills: know what skills are needed, get eHealth on the education agenda, make the most of what is there and use champions

  • Knowledge Management: identify what questions need answers and what information is needed, know what tools and resources exist, maximise the use of knowledge and exploit electronic information.


Lessons learnt

Lessons Learnt

  • Leadership and mentoring

  • Understand the journey

  • Collaboration

  • eHealth Tools

  • eHealth skills

  • Information and knowledge management

  • Governance


Nehta s clinical unit

Mukesh Haikerwal Chief Clinical Lead/ Head of Clinical Unit

Leonie Katekar Director of Clinical Unit

Kathy Dallest Head of Clinical Safety Unit

David Yee Clinical Safety Manager – BNE

Rodney Ecclestone Clinical Safety Manager – SYD

Grant Wales Systems Safety Engineer – BNE

Programme Clinical Leads

NEHTA’s Clinical Unit


Communication and collaboration

Stakeholder reference Groups

Specific invited participation

Specialist areas

Specific to product development eg medicines management, eTP, SNOMED CT AU, AMT, eDischarge, eReferrals

Communication and Collaboration


Clinical leads forum

Clinical Leads Forum

Mukesh Haikerwal – Chief Clinical Lead/Head of Clinical Unit

Evolutionary becoming more formalised

Clinical Representatives from across Australia

Professional organisation/colleges

Sue McIndoe

Trish O’Hara

Council of National Nursing Organisations


Ehealth and nursing practice

eHealth and Nursing Practice

  • Professional Governance

  • Clinical Governance

  • Organisational governance

  • Project Governance

  • Competence and Educational governance

  • eHealth/Health IT development, deployment and continued service management, procurement


Reflections lesson learned and current opportunities

  • Low governance = high risk


Reflections lesson learned and current opportunities

The Future is

E-Health

[email protected]

NEHTA Clinical Safety Unit Manager


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