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  • Centre for Connected Health and Social Care
    care By supporting the more efficient delivery of services it will also enable the healthcare system to respond better to the future needs of the population In addition to this the CCHSC wishes to contribute to the advancement of the wider European e health agenda and work with partners to secure economic gains for Northern Ireland through the development of the region as a centre for research development and application of connected health technologies In August 2008 the CCHSC put out a tender 2 for the provision of an end to end remote telemonitoring service in Northern Ireland RTNI The development of the RTNI service was initiated by the DHSSPS as part of a modernisation of services for patients clients living with complex long term conditions such as heart failure chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder COPD diabetes and stroke As required over time the service will be applied to patients clients with other conditions including but not limited to cancer and neurological diseases as well as with those receiving palliative care It will also be applied to the provision of telecare services After a complex procurement process the RTNI managed service contract 3 was awarded on 16 March 2011 to TF3

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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    Telemonitoring NI celebratory event 08 04 2013 Double Celebration as TF3 and the Telemonitoring NI Service Scoop Two Major Industry Awards 19 11 2012 Poots launches 18m state of the art Telemonitoring NI service 08 12 2011 Remote monitoring technology for patients in their own homes 18 03 2011 09 00 Print Facebook Twitter Centre for Connected Health News Publications Remote telemonitoring Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts

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  • Publications | HSC Public Health Agency
    Margaret O Brien Introduction and methodology A critical appraisal of remote telemonitoring by Dr Margaret O Brien Print Facebook Twitter Centre for Connected Health News Publications Remote telemonitoring Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www choosetolivebetter

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  • Remote telemonitoring | HSC Public Health Agency
    and timely information to support clinical decisions and interventions The RTNI service provides equipment to measure and transmit a patient s vital signs to a response centre for monitoring against the parameters set by the patient s clinical team When the vital signs are outside the set parameters the RTNI service provides clinical triage and reinforcement of health education by healthcare professionals and will refer on to a local response team in the community when necessary Providing remote telemonitoring for a patient requires a range of clinical and non clinical personnel to be involved including self employed GPs and Health and Social Care Trust HSCT staff based in the community and in hospitals as well as the staff from the RTNI service A patient pathway implemented by the clinical team is designed to allow for the possibility of many clinical interventions from minor to critical taken by a wide range of healthcare professionals Print Facebook Twitter Centre for Connected Health News Publications Remote telemonitoring Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org

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  • HSC Safety Forum
    a variety of facilitative approaches which include enhancement of knowledge on safety quality and improvement science within the HSC system providing exposure to nationally and internationally recognised experts in the field acting as a conduit for the sharing of best practice hosting collaborative working directly supporting improvement initiatives within HSC organisations Contact information The HSC Safety Forum has headquarters in Lisburn Health Centre HSC Safety Forum Public Health Agency Room

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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    will be held in the Titanic Conference Centre on 12 13 March 2014 The conference will showcase Quality Improvement and Safety initiatives in Health and Social Care across both systems and beyond Mrs Maureen Bisognano President and CEO Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI and Amanda Edwards Deputy CEO Social Care Institute for Excellence SKIE are just two highlights of a quality programme A poster with more details can be viewed or downloaded here Attendance is free to delegates due to the support of the partnering organisations The registration form can be accessed here Cross Border Patient Safety Project Wins First Prize at Irish Patient Safety Conference Dr Jeremy Sargent and Ms Lisa Toland from Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda were participants in the cross border patient safety programme run by HSC Safety Forum the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and the HSE with funding from CAWT Jeremy and Lisa team developed a system to ensure early notification of admissions of cancer patients to their relevant primary team ensuring early access to expert clinical input The impact of this project not only includes timely access to appropriate expert care but also additional benefits including decreased unnecessary admissions reduction in length of stay reduced inappropriate investigations and treatments and improved patient satisfaction Please click here to view A Patient Centered Approach to Improving Communication across a Hospital pdf pdf Acute Kidney Injury Dr Niall Leonard and staff from the Renal Unit Ulster Hospital promoting the Acute Kidney Injury checklist as part of World Kidney Day 2013 Dr Niall Leonard Consultant Nephrologist at the Ulster Hospital was a mentor for the 2012 Leading in Safety Quality and Experience Programme in South Eastern HSC Trust Through this programme Dr Leonard s team developed a checklist to aid the recognition and management of patients with Acute Kidney Injury in two Surgical Wards This work has now spread across all Surgery Wards and is in the process of spreading to Medicine Next steps are to work with Primary Care leads to adapt and develop a similar checklist for the community setting Dr Leonard will be presenting a poster of his work at the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare 2013 in London Please click on the link to view the Acute Kidney Injury poster pdf Patient safety training programme a success Friday 7 December 2012 A unique cross border patient safety training programme brought together 27 senior managers and clinicians from hospitals and services on both sides of the border to focus on best practice in patient safety and how it can be applied in local health facilities To read teh full press release please click here Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism A Key Patient Safety Priority Prevention of venous thromboembolism VTE is an important part of our strategy to improve patient safety The Northern Ireland HSC Safety Forum established and facilitated a regional collaborative which developed a single VTE Risk Assessment Tool for N Ireland In a letter issued in July

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  • Collaboratives | HSC Public Health Agency
    seek improvement in a focused topic area HSC Safety Forum collaboratives will have 3 4 Learning Sessions with action periods in between where teams will test and implement changes in their own settings and collect data to measure whether or not improvement is occurring A final Holding the Gains event will be held approximately 6 months after the final Learning Set and will focus on Attainment of the improvement goals The impact of the improvement work Sustainability of the identified measures Celebrate success To provide some additional information on this improvement method please see A Guide to start you on your collaborative quality improvement journey Print Facebook Twitter HSC Safety Forum News Collaboratives Nursing Homes Emergency Department Maternity Paediatrics The Pressure Ulcer Prevention Group Cross Border Patient Safety Training Programme Patient and Public Involvement Useful links Publications Repository for Quality Initiatives in Northern Ireland Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www choosetolivebetter com www enjoyhealthyeating info www fluawareni info www getalifegetactive com www helpprotectyourself info www

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  • The Pressure Ulcer Prevention Group | HSC Public Health Agency
    Healthcare trusts to advise on influence and evaluate the direction of the Pressure Ulcer Prevention Program within Northern Ireland The group aims to advise on and support the development and implementation by the Trusts of Pressure Ulcer Prevention SKIN Care Bundle based on shared learning and evidenced based practice Developed in USA the SKIN bundle is a collection of evidenced based interventions which provide a systematic measurable approach to care delivery The group aims to support and evaluate educational developments advise on the development of key performance indicators and the reporting and data collection requirements to evaluate and sustain improvement 2011 06 Preventing Pressure Ulcers SKIN bundle for website 2 pdf Pressure Ulcer collaborative Learning Session 1 20 June 2012 Northern Ireland Presentation 1 The Background pdf Northern Ireland Presentation 2 QI Methodology pdf Print Facebook Twitter HSC Safety Forum News Collaboratives The Pressure Ulcer Prevention Group Cross Border Patient Safety Training Programme Patient and Public Involvement Useful links Publications Repository for Quality Initiatives in Northern Ireland Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info

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