Liverpool Community Health (LCH) & Informatics Merseyside (iM) EMIS Mobile Project Jenny Bradshaw EMIS Project Manager Lois Silvano iM Project Co-ordinator Gemma Lloyd LCH District Nurse Presentation Outline Why is LCH moving to Paperlight working? EMIS Mobile pilot What did we test? What did we find out? Viewpoint from Community Nursing team EMIS Mobile for Community What is coming? Why is LCH moving to Paperlight working? Recording of Patient Data How is data recorded for patients being seen outside a clinic environment? Patient visited at home (or elsewhere) Data handwritten onto paper records Clinician returns to base Patient data entered retrospectively into EMIS Web patient electronic record Why is this not effective? Security of patient data whilst in transit Increased administrative time for clinician Errors in data entry when translated from handwritten notes into electronic record Delay in visibility of patient data to other clinicians/services Introducing the LCH EMIS Mobile Pilot Preparation Project Preparation Stage 1 (March 2013) System configuration Mobile devices issued System testing Project Preparation Stage 2 (April 2013) User Acceptance Testing Training LCH EMIS Mobile Pilot Pilot underway (May 2013) 20 Pilot users 10 District Nurses 6 Children’s service users 4 Heart Failure Nurses Mobile Devices Samsung Galaxy (7” & 10”) iPad (standard) EMIS Mobile - Phase 1 Patients booked into clinicians home visit session in EMIS Web prior to visit Patient records synchronised to mobile device Patient demographics & medical record available on mobile device Patient data entered using mobile device Patient data synchronised back to EMIS Web Synchronisation Synchronisation method via secure token 3G or Wi-Fi connection needed for synchronisation to take place EMIS Mobile Phase 1 DEMO Lois Silvano EMIS Mobile Icon Log On to Organisation Synchronise Data Enter Secure Token ID Data Synchronises Appointments Patient Summary Changing View Values View Values History Patient Summary Tasks Adding a Contact Choosing a Template Example Template Entering Data Pop up Keyboard Saving a Template Completed Contact Synchronise Data End of Demonstration Aim of Pilot Test EMIS Mobile Synchronisation of patient data EMIS Mobile functionality Ease of use System speed Report issues Log requirements for EMIS Mobile for Community users Positive Feedback Ability to view accurate electronic patient data whilst away from the office Patient data held securely Time saving benefits due to ability to add data at point of care Extra patients can be added to a session (by a colleague/clerk at the office) and their data accessed in real time Issues Reported Passwords re-sets Size & type of device Strength of Wi-Fi or 3G Synchronisation Issues Viewpoint from Community Nursing Gemma Lloyd District Nurse LCH EMIS Mobile for Community Full consultation properties Access to shared data Ability to synchronise a caseload Appointment schedules Referral to Treatment options Soft Tokens And finally… Pilot users continue to test Feedback when update to EMIS mobile Phase 2 Pilot EMIS mobile for Community Any Questions?