Peter Coates Open Source Programme Updated

Report
Open Source Programme Update
Health Insights
Peter Coates
Open Source Programme Manager
Open Source Programme
08/10/2014
Achieving an Integrated Digital Care Record
Current challenges & issues
• Lack of satisfaction for clinicians with current system
• Issues of usability
• Speed and cost of modification and integrations
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The Vision
“To achieve a self-sustaining eco-system
of communities developing, delivering
and supporting a wide range of high
quality Open Source digital services to
the care community”
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How this will be achieved
1. Create a market of viable Open Source solutions, for them to be
considered equally with proprietary options
2. Provide evidence of the value of Open Source to the wider Health
and Social Care Community
3. Ensure by default all code & assets created in the NHS is shared
as part of a Library of assets for re-use
4. Ensure a level playing field for Open Source commodity &
infrastructure services
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What is Open Source?
Based on 4 Software Freedoms:
Freedom to use
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Freedom to
redistribute
copies
Freedom to
understand how
it works and
adapt it
Freedom to
make and share
improvements
with anyone
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Custodian Model
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Recent highlights
OpenMaxims code published –
Taunton implementation
commenced 1st May
June
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All OS IDC Fund application
assessments attended
August
July
September
IDC Fund applications received
– 61/224 Open Source
OpenEyes live at Salisbury
Kick off for Code 4 Health
(powered by HANDI-HOPD)
& ePrescribing Proof of
Concept
Community Development
structure
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Integrated Digital Care Record
70% 30%
67 Open Source Applications
Total number of applications received
224
IDC Fund Applications
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Code 4 Health
Powered by HANDI HOPD
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Building a strategy to utilise the HANDI HOPD platform to
develop healthcare applications
Establishing the Code4Health brand to bring together
franchised user groups
Make training available to run pilot initiatives to explore
the art of the possible
Creation of pilots starting with Sunderland University
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Code 4 Health
Powered by HANDI HOPD
Open Source Day Challenge
Franchise opportunities available
Strategy confirmed
Oct-14
Nov-14
Platform available
Dec-14
Jan-15
Feb-15
Mar-15
Training made
available
Pilot groups formed
& validated
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X Pilots completed
X Franchises
established
Y Users trained
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Open Source Communities
Andy Williams
Alan Fish
[email protected]
[email protected]
07920 535350
07900 715296
Open Maxims
Open Eyes
Open PACS
Open Minds
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Code 4 Health
Open Interoperability
Open Dental
Open Commodities
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Open Source Communities
David Jobling
Peter Coates
[email protected]
[email protected]
07818 522951
07798 725131
Open ePrescribing
Open eObs
Open EDM
Open Patient Admin List
Open Maternity
Open Patient Held Record
National Cross-Government
Liaison
International Collaboration
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Benefits Realisation
• Literature Review
– October / November 2014
• Case Studies
– From SHSW
– Ongoing through IDCF implementations
• Total Cost Of Ownership
– Analysis over time of cost v benefit of Open Source
Solutions in health and social care
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Further Innovation
• Open Clinical Decision Support
• Innovation Prizes
• National competitions
• AHSN’s / Universities
• International Collaboration
• Continued Community Development & Support
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Call to Arms
• Joining the product
Communities of Interest
• Attend a Hack Day
• Register on the Community of
Practice site
• Attending the Open Source
Open Day 26th November
Newcastle Racecourse
• Consider becoming a Code 4
Health Franchisee
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For more information:
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0845 8677697
Web: www.technologystrategy.england.nhs.uk
Twitter: @NHSOpenSource #NHSOpenSource
Open Source Programme
Achieving an Integrated Digital Care Record

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