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IT Health Board. Stakeholder Update 6 March 2012 Wellington. Agenda. Project Recap Progress To Date Key Issues and Risks Discussion. Project Recap. Phases Procure broker Proof of concept Phase 1 Trial Phase 2 Trial (expand Phase 1) Roll-out

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stakeholder update 6 march 2012 wellington

ITHealthBoard

Stakeholder Update

6 March 2012

Wellington

agenda
Agenda
  • Project Recap
  • Progress To Date
  • Key Issues and Risks
  • Discussion
project recap
Project Recap
  • Phases
    • Procure broker
    • Proof of concept
    • Phase 1 Trial
    • Phase 2 Trial (expand Phase 1)
    • Roll-out
  • Launched November 2010, active procurement methodology for rapid development and deployment
  • Brokerage service chosen based on previous model/experience
  • Broker sized for production use and rapid scale
  • Proof of Concept – Initial feature-set replicated Australian service with minor modifications
  • Smaller players implemented the solution based on design - unchallenged
  • Late engagement by Toniq and Medtech forced a 6 month increase in timescale – large cost to project in maintaining infrastructure in interim
proof of concept
Proof of Concept
  • Simpl, Healthsoft and My Practice commissioned initial POC sites in Otara, Papatoetoe, Parnell. Approximately 10,000 transactions processed per week comprising 1,500 new script items, 855 repeat items, 3,000 items dispensed
  • Extended to Orewa, Nov 2011. Up to 15,000 transactions processed per week, comprising 1,500 new script items, 1,981 repeat items, 8,000 items dispensed
  • Vendor feedback and trial outcomes updated the feature-set and reduced business logic of Brokerage service to meet New Zealand specific requirements:-
    • Compliance devolved to Pharmacy and Practice systems
    • Workflow modifications for repeats, amends, amongst others
    • Messaging flows and management simplified
  • Development by all participating vendors to meet the revised specification under way.
  • Funding model for deployment and operation initial release
progress to date
Progress to date
  • Under Action
        • Simpl Adapter development to meet revised requirements and CDA Messaging – to start March for delivery mid April.
        • Updated development to CDA compliant messaging meeting revised spec using Toolkit for Healthsoft and My Practice – expected delivery mid-March Medtech development to new spec – to start March for delivery mid April.
        • Intrahealth and Houston finalise development with new spec and Toolkit – expected delivery early April.
        • Security Model redesign implementation.
        • Health Certificate installation redesign implementation.
        • Simpl Adapter vendor pack and install process changes.
        • Funding model for deployment and operation initial release.
        • Readiness Assessment framework
        • Final Deployment Planning.
key issues
Key Issues
  • Vendors
        • Toniq development delays due to Pharmacy Services Agreement taking priority
        • Medtech development late starting due to Release 20 issues and resource constraints
  • Trial
        • Timing for changes to the current vendor implementations to meet the revised requirements and CDA compliant messages
key risks
Key Risks
  • Funding pressures due to delays – interest in co-funding by some DHBs though wanting to see delivery/engagement from key vendors before committing funds
  • Late development by Medtech and Toniq may result in delays and further extension of timeline and associated cost.