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Healthcare Strategy Forum
Southern Acute Programme Update
Introducing….
• David Corbett, Southern Acute Programme Manager
• Geoff Broome, Director at Apira
• What we intend to cover:
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What is the Southern Acute Programme?
Why use this approach?
Who is involved?
How is this governed?
Where are we with the projects?
Example benefits - EDM
What next?
Time for Questions…
What is the Southern Acute
Collaborative Programme?
• 6 groups of Trusts working on a range of
procurement projects for clinical systems
– E.g. EPMA; EDM; Full EPR toolsets; clinical portals
• Supporting national goals e.g. 2018 paperless,
Francis response, Nicholson challenge…
– To drive patient safety and efficiency agendas
• Local focus and ownership
– Supported by HSCIC team
Why use this approach?
• Access to funding and central assistance
• Economies of scale
– in project costs
– in supplier negotiations
– especially relevant for smaller Trusts
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Brings Informatics professionals together
Able to conduct exemplar procurement
High profile enhances focus and Executive engagement
“Best of both worlds” – local focus, national help
– Subsidiarity
South Acute Programme (SAcP)
Who is involved so far?
Group A
SC&W EPMA
Group B
Sussex Strategic Network
Group C
South Devon Informatics
Trusts
Salisbury, Poole, Royal
Bournemouth and Christchurch,
Portsmouth, Royal Surrey, UH
Bristol
Trusts
Queen Victoria Hospital NHS
Foundation Trust, East Sussex,
Healthcare NHS Trust, Western
Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust
Trusts
South Devon Healthcare, Torbay
and South Devon Care Trust, WAST,
Rowcroft Hospice, and Southern
Devon GP Practices (via
Commissioners)
Products
EPMA (Best of Breed)
Products
Clinical Portal, EDM (Best of
Breed)
Products
ePrescribing, (Best of Breed)
Group D
Kent
Group E
SmartCare
Group F
EDM
Trusts
East Kent Hospitals, Maidstone
Tunbridge Wells
Trusts
Gloucestershire, Northern Devon
Yeovil District Hospital
Trusts
Frimley Park. Ashford and St Peters
Dorset County, Heatherwood & W.
Products
PAS+, Clinical Portal, Maternity
(Best of Breed)
Products
PAS+, ePX, Pharmacy/ Pharmacy
Stock Control, Clinical docs, Order
Comms, Clinical portal Theatres,
A&E, Maternity (integrated)
Products
CEDM
(Best of Breed)
Gloucestershire
Bristol
Heatherwood & Wexham
Ashford &
St Peters
Royal Surrey
Frimley Park
Northern
Devon
Salisbury
Yeovil
South Devon
P11
Plymouth
Maidstone
Queen Victoria
Dorset County
Poole
Royal
Bournemouth
Portsmouth
Western Sussex
East Sussex
East Kent
Typical Governance arrangements
Southern Programme for IT Board
Recommendations
Central Review
Team
SAcP Steering Group
Investment decisions
Trust Executive Approval Route X
Trust
Project
Deliverables
Group X Collaborative Steering
Group
Trust
Project
Board
Trust
Project
Board
QA
Group
Procurement
Assurance Group
Trust
Project
Board
Where are we with the projects?
• Groups at different stages but generally…
– Businesses cases done and awaiting final funding
approval from Treasury (DH approved already)
• Cash releasing and non cash releasing benefits modelled
over a 7 year period
– Specifications written, other procurement documents
drafted
– Procurement approaches agreed
– Suppliers engaged regarding requirements and
commercial models
– Stakeholders engaged
Example benefits – EDM
• Searchable – easy to find things quickly
• Shareable – instantly with colleagues, GPs and patients
at no marginal cost (no pulling of records) and in
multiple locations simultaneously
• Selectable – relevant information to clinician, alerting
• Secure – auditable access, not lost
• See-able – legible, timelined, can be zoomed,
annotated
• Space saving – estates cash released
• Saved – retained until not needed and destroyed
securely when necessary
Apira roles
• Supporting Groups A and F
– EPMA and EDM projects respectively
• Business case development and production
– Local and national approvals
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Local stakeholder engagement
National team liaison
Supplier engagement
Project management
What happens next?
Date
Milestone
February 2013
Providers start to finalise procurement documentation sets
April / May 2013
Cabinet Office ICT Spend Approval
HM Treasury OBC Approval
SPB approve launch of first procurement
May / June 2013
P16
Start of first procurement (First OJEU notice issued)
Questions?
• More information?
– [email protected]
– 07831 502 138
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– 07795 641 287

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