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Evaluation of Key Information Summary (KIS) in Forth Valley. David Arundel Programme Manager. Background. Over 2000 patients currently on ACP across 3 care groups, care homes, palliative care, LTC For ACP’s to be effective

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  • Over 2000 patients currently on ACP across 3 care groups, care homes, palliative care, LTC

  • For ACP’s to be effective

    • Ability to transfer information to other care providers is essential element in making this happen

  • FV had a bid for eHealth funding to support long term conditions programmes approved and became one of 4 eHealth demonstrator sites evaluating the KIS (2 EMIS, 2 Vision)

Objectives and outcomes
Objectives and Outcomes

  • To evaluate the Key Information Summary (KIS) across a sample of EMIS practices (n=11) and to test the ability to easily share information on the GP system and ensure that it is viewed and understood by users in A&E (EDIS), OOH (ADASTRA), SAS, NHS24.

  • Outcome – An report that that will demonstrate;

    • Views of EMIS practices on the usability of KIS

    • Whether KIS can be viewed on other users systems

    • Feedback from recipients on the quality and usefulness of the information

    • Impact of the information on patient outcomes.


  • KIS electronic template made available from EMIS developers

  • Training for participating practice staff

  • Evaluation methodology developed and agreed

  • Final project evaluation report with key findings and lessons learned is submitted to National Programme Board

  • Recommendations along with other Boards piloting KIS to inform final KIS template

  • FV participation in information and launch events for local and national roll-out.

Key timelines
Key Timelines

  • Meeting with GP practices – 1st Dec

  • KIS user interface available – Jan 2012

  • KIS training in participating practices – Feb 2012

  • Adastra implementation – ?expected Feb / Mar 2012

  • KIS ‘live testing’ and evaluation – March / April 2012

  • National rollout starting May !!

Progress to date
Progress to date

  • Local Project Board established

  • PID document developed

  • Practice recruitment completed

  • FV staff involvement in Webex demonstration of screenshots and SEF testing

  • Project monitoring thro KIS Project Board

  • Highlight reports to CHP eHealth group

  • Practice funding released December 11 & March 12

  • Raising awareness of KIS pilot

11 participating practices








Meadowbank (Polmont Park)


Bridge of Allan

Park Terrace, Stirling

11 Participating practices

Practice requirements
Practice requirements

  • Training on KIS for participating practices

  • Transfer existing patients’ ACP onto KIS / create KIS for new patient (minimum n=5)

  • Obtain patient consent to

    • Participate in pilot

    • Share KIS with others

  • Provide patient with copy of patient leaflet

  • Provide patients with a print of their KIS

Practice requirements1
Practice requirements

  • As a minimum both a GP and a nurse are involved in completing the KIS

  • Practice Team to participate in evaluation and contribute to evaluation report

  • Practice Team to attend meetings (pre and post) evaluation


  • Supported by QI

  • Developing evaluation methodology

    • Informing patient of pilot (amend leaflet for pilot)

    • Information viewed by HCP as part of pilot

    • Drafted evaluation questionnaire (usability, accessibility and usefulness)

    • Maintaining issues log of glitches

    • Seeking Caldecott permission for process


  • Members of Project Board

    • Project Manager

    • Project Support

  • Access to KIS Information online

  • FAQ’s

  • Contact details and web addresses in the information pack

Http intranet fv scot nhs uk home depts ehpo key information summary asp