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  1. A sense of place NYHDIF Conference November 2015

  2. A sense of place Setting the scene Table talk:the vision(s) Table talk:stakeholder maps Table talk:connectivity Table talk:next steps Wrapping up

  3. John Donne (1572 – 1631) "No man is an island, entire of itself”

  4. Setting the scene

  5. Setting the scene

  6. Setting the scene

  7. Group ground rules This is your session Productive not prescriptive Chatham House rules Find your “place” Group with your closest stakeholders Appoint a scribe and a spokesperson

  8. Seneca (4BC – 65AD) “To the person who does not know where he wants to go there is no favourable wind.”

  9. Having the vision(s) 15 minutes • Describe (briefly) your organisation’s: • Overall vision or mission statement; • Clinical or commissioning strategy key elements; • Informatics strategy headlines • Test the alignment of these statements within your group • Feedback key points from the discussion

  10. John Mackey (1953 - ) “The stakeholder approach to business sees integration rather than separation, and sees how things fit together”

  11. Sharing stakeholders 20 minutes • List the principle stakeholders for your organisation • Sketch the relationships between them • Consider how many of the organisations in the group have stakeholders in common and how many stakeholders are unique • Feedback key points from the discussion

  12. Bill Gates (1955 -) “Connectivity enables transparency for better government, education, and health”

  13. Flows and Pipes 20 minutes • What are your organisation’s principle patient flows? • How does the current and planned ICT infrastructure support these flows? • Does this align with planned footprints? • Describe how well your organisation’s strategies support information exchange for direct care and service planning • Feedback key points from the discussion

  14. Theodore Roosevelt (1858 – 1919) “I dream of men who take the next step instead of worrying about the next thousand steps”

  15. Taking the next step… 20 minutes How many different groupings is your organisation in? Is there a natural local digital roadmap footprint? What needs to happen to move forward? What support does your organisation or your footprint need?

  16. Any Questions? ?