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    The new and re-developed SMASH Dashboard is now ready for rollout across Greater Manchester. The Safety Medication Dashboard (SMASH) has been developed and tested by GM PSTRC researchers. It builds on the same prescribing indicators as PINCER and is a pharmacist-led intervention using audit and feedback. In this 1-hour webinar, we will showcase the new dashboard which utilises the GMCR BI Analytics Platform and provide an overview on how it works, and how it differs from the current platform. We will share the journey the SMASH has been on to this point, and the benefits it will now
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    Based on initial system requirements, Williams et al. designed the dashboard’s user interface over three iterations with six GPs, seven pharmacists and a member of the public. Prescribing safety indicators from previous work were implemented in the dashboard. Pharmacists were trained to use the intervention and deliver it to general practices. A web-based electronic dashboard was developed and linked to shared care records in Salford, UK. The completed dashboard was deployed in all but one (general practices in the region. By November 2017, 36 pharmacists had been trained in delivering t
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    Main findings At the end of July 2022, 61.0% of patients waiting to start treatment (incomplete pathways) were waiting up to 18 weeks, thus not meeting the 92% standard. The number of RTT patients waiting to start treatment at the end of July 2022 was 6.8 million patients. Of those, 377,689 patients were waiting more than 52 weeks and 2,885 patients were waiting more than 104 weeks. For patients waiting to start treatment at the end of July 2022, the median waiting time was 13.3 weeks. The 92nd percentile waiting time was 45.9 weeks. During July 2022, 1,602,408 patien
  4. News Article
    Draper & Dash, a leading predictive patient flow provider, has launched a COVID-19 live hospital planning and demand impact assessment tool. The company said it has been working around the clock to deliver its vital tool to support impact assessment. It allows trusts to view and analyse national Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) data, alongside a number of live data sources on COVID-19 cases by the minute, as they emerge across the globe. The system models the impact of increased volume and complexity at a local and system level, providing visibility of ICU, theatres, and overall
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    This tool brings together data already submitted by NHS organisations and local authorities into an easy to use dashboard which as well as showing where their biggest delays are, also allows them to track the progress of any actions. The tool also tracks data over time and uses a technique called statistical process control (SPC) to: identify when interventions result in an improvement highlight when activities are not resulting in change, indicating that a change of approach is required SPC is one of the best ways to look at data as it identifies change that is statistica
  6. News Article
    Researchers at UCL-led collaboration i-sense, have published a dashboard to collate data on five stages, Find, Test, Track, Isolate and Support, with an aim to provide a complete picture of the pandemic. The i-sense COVID Response Evaluation Dashboard (COVID RED) collates and presents data from the Office of National Statistics, Public Health England, and the NHS under five categories; Find, Test, Track, Isolate and Support for those asked to Isolate (FTTIS). It presents indicators of performance under each of these headings, and identifies areas where more data is needed. Co-develop
  7. Content Article
    The matrix describes the key elements of quality assurance along the y-axis, and graduations of ‘maturity’ along the x-axis. For each of the key elements, we have identified indicative statements so that organisations can self-assess their level of ‘maturity'. The rate of progress is incremental and the organisation cannot progress to the next level of maturity unless all criteria from the previous box have been fulfilled and, importantly, can be evidenced. The matrix should be used to illustrate the current performance and to inform and agree on future developmental expectations. Fo
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    Optimise your time with a centralised, secured data system that helps you remain compliant with organisational standards and supports your safety and quality initiatives Implement tailored access to provide enhanced security and make reviews easier for committees, reviewers and subjects. Maintain reviewers’ complete confidentiality from staff members and other reviewers. Seamlessly integrate Peer Review with other RL6 Modules including Risk, Feedback, Claims and Root Cause Analysis to optimise communication and monitor adherence to policies Quickly and easily review
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    Facilitate effective communication and manage quality efforts across your organisation with a platform that promotes staff engagement and encourages proactive risk mitigation. Learn how Safety Huddles can help your organisation prevent potential harm from happening in the first place. Empower staff to share ideas for improvement and speak up about patient safety concerns. Configure your huddle format to collect the information that matters most. Capture customised quick notes, reference pertinent files or patients and create targeted tasks. Measure huddle performance
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