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INFORMATION MANAGEMENT and DEVELOPMENT within PRIMARY CARE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT HEALTH DEPARTMENT. Sheena MacDonald Senior Medical Adviser SGHD/Associate Medical Director (Primary Care) NHS Borders. How did she get to be there??. I have absolutely no idea! Used to be a technophobe
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Senior Medical Adviser SGHD/Associate Medical Director (Primary Care) NHS Borders
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WHAT IS PRIMARY CARE?
NHS BORDERS 18 SYSTEMS
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WHAT DO WE HAVE ? ..tell me the story of the journey of a development need
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Despite no overarching governance/oversight
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“the future is here just unequally distributed” “apply the best to the rest”
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‘Portfolio Management is a co-ordinated collection of strategic processes and decisions that together enable the most effective balance of organisational change and business as usual’
What this means in practice is:
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The eHealth Programme Board approved the use of Portfolio Management Groups (PMGs) to strengthen governance of existing operational systems within the programme.
The aims of portfolio management in eHealth are to:
It was agreed that four PMGs would be established:
We are now setting a fifth PMG on behalf of Primary Care Directorate.
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Portfolio management should mean:
We will achieve this by ensuring that:
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A proposal will need to describe:
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To help prioritise the proposals a set of principles have been developed by the existing PMG Members.
The Prioritisation Principles are as follows:
Proposals will be assessed against these principles and a recommendation made.
All proposals submitted will receive feedback whether approved or not.
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WALK BEFORE WE CAN RUN!
Concentrate on GP systems in first instance
REAL TIME TEST – Flu vaccination
And then - Community nursing, e pharmacy, dentistry, e care .... The world!
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