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  1. Reciprocal Wireless Access

  2. Reciprocal Wireless Access “The most complicated skill is to be simple.” - Dejan Stojanovic Charles Yeomanson ICT Technical Director University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

  3. Pre-Existing Challenges Reciprocal Wireless Access

  4. Reciprocal Wireless Access Pre-Existing Challenges X

  5. Reciprocal Wireless Access Pre-Existing Challenges Mobile (2G/3G/4G)

  6. Reciprocal Wireless Access Pre-Existing Challenges Mobile (2G/3G/4G) X

  7. Reciprocal Wireless Access Pre-Existing Challenges Citrix (LAN/WAN link)

  8. Reciprocal Wireless Access Pre-Existing Challenges Citrix (LAN/WAN link) Information Governance

  9. Reciprocal Wireless Access A New Challenge … • Integrated Acute Mental Health Liaison Service • To provide access to patient’s mental health records for community nurses across the acute University Hospital site • ED and wards • Timescale: July for October 2012 start

  10. Reciprocal Wireless Access The Solution … Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust Mental Health Records (EPEX) VPN VPN Cisco 5508 Network Controllers Cisco 5508 Network Controllers UHCW_id CWPT_id Wireless Access Point

  11. Reciprocal Wireless Access Results • IMHLS Service implemented on time • Timely, secure and seamless access to patient records • 700 patients assessed 2012, c.f.700 in Q1 2013 • “The IT has been critical to the success of the IAMHL Service in the Trust” (IMHLS Nurse Clinical Lead) • Patients being put on appropriate care pathway sooner (<1hr cf. 1.5 - 3hr) • Improved response times -> reduced risk (overdose, self-harm), more time to care • Shorter Length of Stay, improved patient experience

  12. Reciprocal Wireless Access Summary • Innovative solution - first implementation in the NHS • Enables integrated working - provides seamless, off-site access to systems • Enables safe care - provides clinician with information at the point of care • Relatively low cost • Between organisations, avoids: • lengthy and costly IG processes; and • hardware/software installation issues

  13. Reciprocal Wireless Access