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(GPSoC update) & next steps for iSoft practices. Peter Short National Clinical Lead GP Department of Health Informatics Directorate & GP Partner in Buxton, Derbyshire. National picture & horizon scanning. GP system contracts now and beyond 2013 Rights and responsibility The next 12 months

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Gpsoc update next steps for isoft practices

(GPSoC update) & next steps for iSoft practices

Peter Short

National Clinical Lead GP

Department of Health Informatics Directorate

& GP Partner in Buxton, Derbyshire


National picture horizon scanning
National picture & horizon scanning

  • GP system contracts now and beyond 2013

  • Rights and responsibility

  • The next 12 months

  • ‘Peripheral issues’

  • What we don’t know


Gpsoc
GPSoC

  • Current ‘National’ contract managed by GPSoC team in CFH for GP system provision

  • Current framework contract ‘end’ March 2013

  • Replacement framework going through Government approval process

  • Bridging gap between contracts

  • Framework improvement to encourage innovation and new integration


Csc announcement
CSC announcement

  • GPSoC working with user group, professional bodies & local NHS organisations

  • Managed market exit to avoid compromising patient care

  • Proposed end date October 2013

  • Local organisations fund migration

  • GPSoC contribution if to a hosted system

  • Practices can complete 2012/13 QOF year


Rights and responsibility
Rights and responsibility

  • DH, CfH and GPSoC (and JGPIT) support the right of a practice to choose a replacement system that best meets clinical and business needs.

  • PCTs, SHA’s, and in future CCG’s will have a view on ‘strategy’ for IT development in the wider Community. ‘Connect-all’ ambition.


Next 12 months opportunities threats
Next 12 months Opportunities & Threats

  • ‘New Toys’

  • New relationship with supplier

  • New ways of working

  • Information sharing

  • Medico-legal issues

  • Learning challenge

  • Data migration


Becoming an informed customer again
Becoming an informed customer(again)

  • Supplier contact

  • GPSoC support

  • PCT support

  • User groups

  • Previous ‘migrants’

  • Locality and PCT environment

  • Whole practice ambition


Practice priorities
Practice priorities

  • Data migration implications

  • System architecture

  • System performance

  • Financial performance (& QOF)

  • Locality ambition and relationships

  • Usability and functionality

  • Training support


Business continuity
Business continuity

  • Useable records

  • 3rd party software

  • Record organisation and management

  • National application interaction

  • Document management and attachments

  • Backup and ‘business continuity’ options

  • Mobile and remote working


Pct ccg
PCT > CCG

  • What support is / will be available

  • Change management

  • Investment

  • Strategic fit

  • Interaction with commissioning

  • Direct support or via CSS’s


Lsp contract
LSP contract

  • In ‘North, Midlands and East’ (NME) area contracts for GP system (TPP SystmOne) is through CSC as Local Service Provider (LSP)

  • Practices who choose to migrate to TPP in this area will be covered by LSP contract and central LSP support team (Not a direct relationship with supplier)

  • Contract runs until 2016


Peripheral issues
Peripheral issues

  • On-line access for patients

  • EPS2

  • Choose & Book

  • GP2GP

  • SCR

  • Emed3

  • Screening results

  • Electronic communication


What we don t know
What we don’t know....

  • Outcome and date of GPSoC replacement negotiations

  • Primary Care IT funding level

  • Future levels of responsibility in detail

  • Variation in CCG support level

  • Impact of ‘open data’ agenda and NHSCB ambition for wider market involvement


Personal observations
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations1
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership points to a better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations2
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations3
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations4
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations5
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Personal observations6
Personal observations

  • Migrations involve pain and gain

  • ‘Positive’ decision and ownership point to better outcome

  • Your new system will have amazing functionality

  • Your new system will have annoying deficiencies

  • Your new supplier will let you down sooner or later

  • Your clinical practice and use of information systems will evolve

  • The only constant in GP IT is change


Good luck
Good luck!

  • www.nhsconnectingforhealth.nhs.uk/gpsoc

  • gplead@nhs.net