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Sound Principles. properly applied really do bring project success. Presentation by Alec Fearon CEng FIEE to The Second International Performance Management Symposium 7 – 10 October 2003 at RUSI London. Core project team led by Dr Nick Gaunt. Health Record experts led by Dr Dipak Kalra.

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Sound Principles

properly applied really do bring project success

Presentation by Alec Fearon CEng FIEE

to

The Second International Performance Management Symposium

7 – 10 October 2003 at RUSI London

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Core project team

led by Dr Nick Gaunt

Health Record experts

led by Dr Dipak Kalra

Domain specialists

led by Dr Stan Shepherd

Enabling technologies

The Collaborators

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gatekeeperinto lifelong record

Protect the data in its care

Control role-based access

tosingle, unified record

though content may befederated

guardianof care pathway

Custody of rules

Co-ordinateworkflow of organisations

Generate alerts in response to health events

Evaluate quality of individual care

Report against NSF standards

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prototyping

scenario-driven role play

involving local stakeholders

primary purpose

user requirements

for an

Electronic Health Record

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proof of concept

How to synthesise an EHR

Patient consent

Role-based access

Patient interaction

Workflow co-ordination

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Stevens, Brook, Jackson, Arnold

Systems Engineering: coping with complexity

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Core project team

led by Dr Nick Gaunt

Health Record experts

led by Dr Dipak Kalra

System Integrators

The Collaborators

Enabling technologies

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To this end, I have imposed a moratorium on all expenditure that does not have my express authorisation.

This authorisation will normally be given against costed Statements of Work

and will also require compliance with the procurement policy described in the Project Management Plan v2.1.

Financial Control

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stakeholder communication

via

project web site

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Communication

London

Plymouth

email

Telephone conferencing

Web conferencing

System connectivity over the Internet

Bangalore

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S Devon built a demonstrator populated with real though pseudonymised patient data which proves the design concepts.

They are the only ERDIP site to have applied informatics theory best practice in what appears to be an operable systems design.

They have created a series of care pathway scenarios …

Source: ERDIP National Evaluation by PA Consulting Group

Achievement

1 of 2

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In respect of patient consent, they have …. designed and built a system:

  • capable of being used operationally
  • that can be tailored to operate either under the toughest consent management rules, or under more easily operable but less granular levels of control over consent.

Given the complexity of the issue, this is a remarkable achievement.

Source: ERDIP National Evaluation by PA Consulting Group

Achievement

2 of 2

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Use Case

Template

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Use Case

Diagram

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Architecting

Must start with Operational Concept

abstract

then

specific

based on a simple idea of how the overriding goal is to be met

drives the Functional and Physical Architectures

Dr. Alexander H. Levis, Chief Scientist of the US Air Force

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The process of creating

conceptualizing

designing

building

unprecedented, complex systems

[2]

A system's architecture is

the structure of its components

their relationships

principles and guidelines governing their design and evolution over time

An art as well as a Science

  • Essential part of systems engineering
  • when user needs are ill-structured
  • for complex, unprecedented systems

[3]

[3]

[1]

[1] Eberhardt Rechtin Systems Architecting: Creating and Building Complex Systems

[2] IEEE STD 610.12

[3] Dr. Alexander H. Levis, Chief Scientist of the US Air Force

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The system engineer's role is to design a system that conform to the architecture and can be built within cost and time constraints.

The architect's primary responsibility is to articulate the user's vision through the design.

There is healthy dynamic tension between the roles

This provides important checks and balances

The system architect is not the systems engineer

Dr. Alexander H. Levis, Chief Scientist of the US Air Force

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Sound Principles

properly applied really do bring project success