Predictive, Proactive Systems, in the Hospital Environment. Esther Moors Head of Service Planning West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust 31 st May 2012. Introduction. West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust 3 Hospital Sites: Watford, Hemel Hempstead & St Albans - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Predictive, Proactive Systems, in the Hospital Environment Esther MoorsHead of Service PlanningWest Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
31st May 2012
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
3 Hospital Sites: Watford, Hemel Hempstead & St Albans
Achieving all key quality, emergency care and elective targets
Emergency bed capacity is a key issue, after 2 challenging winters
The Bottomline . .Whatever the commissioners tinker with, providers will have to do more with less.
Hence, they cannot do more of the same. Change will be provider led. They have to transform.
Roy Lilley at nhsmanagers.net 28th May 2012
Whole-System Planning Questions:- Social & Primary Care Who is likely to need hospital care? What is our local profile?- Admission / AssessmentHow many? When? Do we have the right care available? - Diagnosis, Treatment & CareWith what? For how long? - Discharge to Primary & Social CareAre services aligned to patient's needs?Predictive, Proactive Systems
From 'Informed' Decision-Making:- Which solution do we 'think' will work?- Will the CEO / FD / other staff buy it?!
To 'Evidence-Based' Decisions:- What is the real problem?- Which options have we tested properly?- Which do we 'know' will have most impact?Ps: Can I know about a problem before it happens?Predictive, Proactive Systems
Health Care and a Waiting Culture
Waiting is the Bane of the Medical System: By the time you see the doctor, youre either dead or youre better.
Blog by Lisa Gualtieri at http://lisaneal.wordpress.com/
Waiting is an integral part of the NHS . . .How much of it is necessary? How much does it all cost?