Owen Johnson

Report
NPEx
User Group
20th March 2014
Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
Steve Box, Business Development Manager, X-Lab
Mandy Griffin, Chief Operating Officer, THIS
The Full Agenda
Welcome by Mandy Griffin, Chief Operating Officer of THIS
Speaker: Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
National Pathology Update
Chair: Dr. Christopher Johnson (National Pathology Programme Lead)
Session 1: Keynote – The Digital First report and the importance of digitally-led pathology modernisation
Speaker: Professor Jo Martin, National Clinical Director of Pathology
Session 2: NLMC: Standardisation & Harmony in Pathology
Speaker: Dr. Gifford Batstone, National Pathology Programme Clinical Lead
Coffee Break and Networking (Live Demos)
NPEx Focus Topics
Session 3: The Benefits of Using NPEx and the Vision for Sending & Receiving Pathology Tests Nationally
Speaker: Keith Burrill, Pathology IT Systems Manager, UH Southampton NHS FT
Session 4: Benchmarking Pathology and the Demand on Service
Speaker: Dr Jeff Seneviratne, Clinical Lead, Greater Manchester Pathology Network
Session 5: NPEx Technical Brief
Speakers: Ash Sykes, Senior Developer & Scott Jones, Developer at X-Lab Ltd
Coffee Break and Networking (Live Demos)
NPEx Future Focus
Session 6: NPEx Future Road Map
Speaker: Owen Johnson
Open Forum
Chair: Dr. Jeff Seneviratne
Close – Lunch and HC2014
Agenda – Part 1
Welcome
Speaker: Mandy Griffin, Chief Operating Officer of THIS
An Update on NPEx
Speaker: Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
National Pathology Update
Chair: Dr. Christopher Johnson, National Pathology Programme Lead
Session 1: Keynote – The Digital First report and the importance of
digitally-led pathology modernisation
Speaker: Professor Jo Martin, National Clinical Director of Pathology
Session 2: NLMC: Standardisation & Harmony in Pathology
Speaker: Dr. Gifford Batstone, National Pathology Programme Clinical Lead
Welcome
Mandy Griffin, Chief Operating Officer, THIS
The NPEx model
• 5 years as partners
(Manchester 2009)
• 14 new sites during
2012/13
• 30 sites live or at
deployment stage
• Half of all labs across
England (Report in the
HSJ)
Collaborative
working……..
“Creating a better world requires teamwork,
partnerships, and collaboration, as we need an entire
army of companies to work together to build a better
world within the next few decades. This means
corporations must embrace the benefits of
cooperating with one another”.
Simon Mainwaring
The
Success Stories………
Collaboration
“As you navigate through the rest of your life, be
open to collaboration. Other people and other
peoples ideas are often better than your own.
Find a group of people who challenge and
inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and
it will change your life”.
Amy Poehler
Working with each other
to achieve shared goals……
Enjoy your day
An Update
on NPEx
Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
X-Lab Innovation Cycle
Deployment
Innovation
Development
X-Lab – National Innovation Awards 2010
Past...
2001
Dr Rick Jones
NHS Pathologist
Lecturer ,
University of Leeds
Laboratory modernisation in NHS England
Dissatisfaction
– Too long to get laboratory results to patient
– Human error in paper based processes
– Technology preventing more responsive services
Recognition that modernisation cannot be achieved
without solving the technology first.
Challenges in Pathology Modernisation
• Laboratory systems uses their own coding
• Laboratory staff members are comfortable
with their current system
• Laboratory managers have procedures and
processes that “work for them”
• Stakeholders worry about losing out when
change comes
Challenge
Processes
Processes
User skills
User skills
Coding standards
Coding standards
LAB
A
LAB
B
LAB
C
Option 1
Processes
User skills
Coding standards
LAB
A
LAB
B
LAB
C
LAB
X
?
Option 2
Processes
Processes
User skills
User skills
Coding standards
Coding standards
LAB
A
LAB
B
LAB
C
LAB
X
?
Option 3
Processes
National
Coding standards
User skills
User skills
Coding standards
Coding standards
LAB
A
NPEx
LAB
C
LAB
X
Processes
LAB
B
NPEx... Local -> National Codes
200
A national lab to lab exchange for
all laboratory disciplines.
From any lab, to any lab.
NPEx – The National Pathology Exchange for the UK NHS
• A single digital hub (exchange) designed to connect all 200
NHS laboratories in the UK
• An NHS software as a service - run for the NHS, by the NHS
• Software that automatically converts from local codes,
local practice and vendor specific technologies to national
and international standards
• A highly secure, very robust, high volume digital messaging
system connected directly to the LIMS in each laboratory
National Pathology Update
Chair: Dr. Christopher Johnson, National Pathology Programme Lead
Session 1: Keynote – The Digital First report and the importance of
digitally-led pathology modernisation
Speaker: Professor Jo Martin, National Clinical Director of Pathology
Session 2: NLMC: Standardisation & Harmony in Pathology
Speaker: Dr. Gifford Batstone, National Pathology Programme
Clinical Lead
Keynote: The Digital First
report and the importance
of digitally-led pathology
modernisation
Speaker: Professor Jo Martin, National Clinical Director of Pathology
NLMC: Standardisation &
Harmony in Pathology
Speaker: Dr. Gifford Batstone, National Pathology Programme Clinical Lead
Coffee
Break
Coffee Break and Networking
Live Demos
Ashley Sykes, Senior Developer, X-Lab
Scott Jones, Developer, X-Lab
Agenda – Part 2
NPEx Focus Topics
Chair: Dr Susan Clamp, Director, X-Lab
Session 3: The Benefits of Using NPEx and the Vision for Sending & Receiving
Pathology Tests Nationally
Speaker: Keith Burrill, Pathology IT Systems Manager, UH Southampton NHS FT
Session 4: Benchmarking Pathology and the Demand on Service
Speaker: Dr Jeff Seneviratne, Clinical Lead, Greater Manchester Path. Network
Session 5: NPEx Technical Brief
Speakers: Ash Sykes, Senior Developer & Scott Jones, Developer at X-Lab
NPEx and the Vision for
Sending & Receiving
Pathology Tests Nationally
Keith Burrill, Pathology IT Systems Manager, UH Southampton NHS FT
Benchmarking Pathology
and the Demand on Service
Dr Jeff Seneviratne, Clinical Lead, Greater Manchester Path. Network
NPEx
Technical Brief
Ashley Sykes, Senior Developer, X-Lab
Scott Jones, Developer, X-Lab
1. Test request in
2. Dispatch
LIS
A
Test route rules
Code mapping
a) transport
b) digital
NPEx
3. Book in
LIS
B
4. Produce results
5. Receive Results
LAB
C
Coffee
Break
Coffee Break and Networking
Live Demos
Ashley Sykes, Senior Developer, X-Lab
Scott Jones, Developer, X-Lab
An Update
on NPEx
Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
Agenda – Part 3
NPEx Future Focus
Chair: Steve Box, Business Development Manager, X-Lab
Session 6: NPEx Future Road Map
Speaker: Owen Johnson
Open Forum
Chair: Dr. Jeff Seneviratne
NPEx
Future
Owen Johnson, Director, X-Lab
50% of English NHS
Laboratories by end of
2014
eHealthInsider
50% of English NHS
Laboratories by end of
2014
eHealthInsider
Design principles
• Work with existing technology in the laboratory
• Work with existing local codes
– Automatic conversion to SNOMED-CT, LOINC, NLMC etc
• Support any permutation of local practice
– Design for maximum quality, audit and robustness
• Vendor neutral
– Automatic conversion to HL7v3
• Run as a “silent service” with minimal human effort
• Provide managers with easy configuration, detailed
information and high levels of control
Regional Results
NPEx Roadmap
• Major Infrastructure Upgrade
•Transport Integration
•NLMC Integration
•Laboratory Results Portal
•Exchange – buying and selling capacity
•Benchmarking
•Pathology Community (Free Access)
NPEx
Open Forum
Jeff Seniviratne, Greater Manchester Pathology Network
Lunch and
HC2014
The X-Lab Business Support Team
Sara Manchado, Business Analyst
Tom Morris, Marketing
Abigail Bairstow, Business Support
Sandeep Sahdra, Business Support

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