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  1. Community Post
    NHS hospital staff spend countless hours capturing data in electronic prescribing and medicines administration systems. Yet that data remains difficult to access and use to support patient care. This is a tremendous opportunity to improve patient safety, drive efficiencies and save time for frontline staff. I have just published a post about this challenge and Triscribe's solution. I would love to hear any comments or feedback on the topic... How could we use this information better? What are hospitals already doing? Where are the gaps? Thanks
  2. Content Article
    NHS hospital staff spend countless hours capturing data in electronic prescribing and medicines administration systems. Yet that data remains difficult to access and use to support patient care. This is a tremendous opportunity to improve patient safety, drive efficiencies and save time for frontline staff. In this blog, Kenny Fraser, CEO of Triscribe, explains why we need to deliver quick, low-cost improvement using modern, open source software tools and techniques. We don’t need schemes and standards or metrics and quality control. The most important thing is to build software for the needs and priorities of frontline pharmacists, doctors and nurses.
  3. Content Article
    The Hand Hygiene Acceleration Framework Tool (HHAFT) tracks the process that a government has undergone to develop and implement a plan of action for hand hygiene improvement, and assesses the quality of that plan. It helps identify barriers, opportunities and priority actions for accelerating progress towards hand hygiene and drive investment to these plans. This webpage includes a dashboard that captures data from different countries. Use of this common framework allows for cross-country learning and exchange, and helps direct and coordinate global action.
  4. Event
    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 bring to the GM system. Details will also be provided on how to access and set up accounts, and the local processes to follow. We will have guest speakers on the day from across all of the SMASH journey and an opportunity, if time, to answer some questions. Agenda Outline: Introduction The SMASH Journey The New Dashboard and Tutorial Benefits of the New Platform Access and Processes for Your Locality Q & A Register
  5. 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-developer Professor Christina Pagel, UCL Mathematics & Physical Sciences, said: “Increasing volumes of data are being shown in the media and in government press conferences as a basis for local tightening of restrictions.” “However, these data are often from disparate sources, and are not linked together to give a more complete picture of how we are doing. This was the motivation behind our dashboard development. We wish to contribute to the public understanding of COVID-19’s spread, and support policymakers in identifying current areas of the Find, Test, Trace, Isolate and Support structure requiring strengthening.” Read full article Source: Health Tech Newspaper, 30 October 2020 To access the dashboard, click here
  6. Content Article
    NHS England have released statistics on referral to treatment (RTT) waiting times for consultant-led elective care. The statistics include patients waiting to start treatment at the end of July 2022 and patients who were treated during July 2022.
  7. Content Article
    This tool developed by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities aims to provide intelligence about the wider determinants of health to help improve population health and reduce health inequalities. Wider determinants, also known as social determinants, are a diverse range of social, economic and environmental factors which impact on people’s health. They are influenced by the local, national and international distribution of power and resources which shape the conditions of daily life, and they determine the extent to which different individuals have the physical, social and personal resources to identify and achieve goals, meet their needs and deal with changes to their circumstances. The tool is updated on an ongoing basis and provides data on the wider determinants, as well as resources to help organisations take further action to tackle health inequalities.
  8. Event
    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 provider performance and care quality from custom reporting and dashboards . Register
  9. Event
    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 and effectiveness with robust dashboards and reports. Register
  10. Content Article
    Patient safety is vital to well-functioning health systems. A key component is safe prescribing, particularly in primary care where most medications are prescribed. Previous research has demonstrated that the number of patients exposed to potentially hazardous prescribing can be reduced by interrogating the electronic health record (EHR) database of general practices and providing feedback to general practitioners (GPs) in a pharmacist-led intervention. This study aimed to develop and roll out an online dashboard application that delivers this audit and feedback intervention in a continuous fashion.
  11. 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 bed impact, and connects this live information to each trust’s clinical workforce. The tool shows immediate impacts on beds and staff under a range of selected scenarios. Read full story Source: Health Tech Newspaper, 18 March 2020
  12. Content Article
    This maturity matrix from the Good Governance Institute is a resource designed to support organisations to self-assess whether they are appropriately applying the key principles of good governance practice in relation to quality assurance.
  13. Content Article
    The purpose of this guidance from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is to urge all maternity units to consider the use of the Maternity Dashboard to plan and improve their maternity services. It serves as a clinical performance and governance score card to monitor the implementation of the principles of clinical governance on the ground. This may help to identify patient safety issues in advance so that timely and appropriate action can be instituted to ensure a woman-centred, high-quality, safe maternity care.
  14. Content Article
    Keeping patients and staff safe is a top priority for every healthcare organisation. Leaders must be vigilant in continually monitoring, measuring, and improving risk, as well as identifying processes, environments, cultures and other factors affecting patient safety and organisational performance. ECRI’s Risk Assessments provide an efficient web-based solution for conducting such evaluations. These assessments collect multidisciplinary safety perspectives—from front-line workers to the executive suite—with reporting and analysis dashboards to help identify opportunities for improvement.
  15. Content Article
    Regularly updated data from GOV.UK on tests processed and testing capacity in the UK.
  16. Content Article
    The Salford Medication Safety Dashboard (SMASH) was successfully used in general practices with the help of on-site pharmacists. SMASH is a web application that flags up a list of patients who are potentially at risk from medicines they have been prescribed.
  17. Content Article
    The World Health Organization (WHO) works worldwide to promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable. Their goal is to ensure that a billion more people have universal health coverage, to protect a billion more people from health emergencies, and provide a further billion people with better health and well-being. The WHO has published ten patient safety facts, also highlighted in the attached infographic.
  18. Content Article
    Presentation from Andrea McGuinness at the 'A New Strategy for Patient Safety - Insight, Involvement, Improvement' conference held in Manchester on the 16 October 2019.
  19. Content Article
    This tool has been developed by NHS Improvement to enable trusts, clinical commissioning groups and local authorities to understand where delayed transfers of care are in their area or system.
  20. Content Article
    Anna Erhard, Quality and Outcomes Manager at the Schoen Clinic, presented at the recent Bevan Brittan Patient Safety Seminar. Attached are the presentation slides.
  21. Content Article
    Governments are taking a wide range of measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT) aims to record these unfolding responses in a rigorous, consistent way across countries and across time.
  22. Content Article
    This dashboard produced by Public Health England provides daily updates of all cases, recovery rates and deaths of coronavirus in the UK.
  23. Content Article
    Infographic from Information is Beautiful showing the current data on the coronavirus.
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