Benchmarking Pathology and the Demand on its Service
Benchmarking Pathology and the Demand on its Service Jeff Seneviratne, Clinical Lead, Greater Manchester Pathology Network Hospitals/Laboratories in Greater Manchester GM Pathology Network Established in late 2005 and formally launched in Spring 2006 Funded originally by DH Pathology Modernisation. Now funded by GM Commissioners A model for building engagement, trust and respect and facilitating change Clinical leadership and engagement as a key strength Network Board made up of key stakeholders across the 10 PCT areas, including clinical directors, managers, the Health Protection Agency and The
Royal College. Accountable to Greater Manchester PCT and Acute Chief Executives and is jointly chaired. Core management team for the clinically led Network is a 0.5 WTE Clinical Lead, 0.5 WTE Network Director and 1.0 WTE Network Business Manager Early Achievements Investment Capital funding secured 2m Developments HMDS, Cdiff, haemoglobinopathy DNA diagnostics IMT GP requesting (reporting), Lab2Lab (NPEx) Work on standardisation units, profiles, reference ranges (Harmony) Work on testing guidelines CKD, MRSA, Urinalysis Sharing good practice NHS Networks New Network of the Year 2007/08 Engagement with Primary Care, Other Networks and wider system.
2010 Carter and Potential QIPP savings of 500 million through efficiency gains and by consolidating pathology services Translated to 25m for Greater Manchester. Quality improvements Challenge The achievement of efficiency savings of 20% Measurement and improvement of quality by 20% Sustaining on-site presence of necessary personnel and services at each Trust Ensuring sustainability of future pathology services in Greater Manchester
By April 2012, Trusts agreed to: 20% reduction in Primary Care Pathology costs, by August 2012 Further 5% reduction in 2014 Block contract arrangements in the interim Work with Commissioners and the Network to deliver objective and measurable quality improvements Work with Commissioners to review appropriateness of activity and implement robust and measurable variable contracts Greater Manchester in 2013-14
Further work Framework specification for Primary Care Pathology Work with emerging Clinical Commissioning Groups and Providers to develop approaches of managing demand and agree a standardised method of measuring activity. Advice to Greater Manchester Commissioners for decision making about pathology services. Provision of Pathology Results across patient pathway Development of the Framework Specification Pathology as a clinical service providing information and advice for diagnosis and treatment, rather than a test results service
Activity and Demand How to measure activity How to compare demand GP Benchmarking/Atlas of Variation Data Collection From labs by practice code Variation in format & quality Mapping exercise with KUBS Multiple local codes Database of GP activity for selected tests from within GM 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 1st quarter
Mapping Alb/Creat ratio Allergy Amylase ANA BNP Ca CA125 Cholesterol CK Coagulation CRP Electrophoresis ESR FBC
Urate Virology Vitamin B12 Vitamin D Comparison of demand by CCG and Practice Number of requests per 1000 patients FBC Contracts Commissioning, not procurement Incentives/levers not solely based on activity Improve appropriateness of testing
Type of contract Cap and collar, block plus, GM tariff Sharing Pathology Results LIMS in Greater Manchester GM Pathology Results As Is State Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust LIMS: Isoft ILabTP
Royal Bolton Hospital NHS FT LIMS: Clinisys Labcentre Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS FT LIMS: Isoft ILab Health Protection Agency at CMFT LIMS: Isoft ILabTP Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust LIMS: Clinisys
Labcentre Christie Hospital Foundation NHS Trust LIMS Anglia Ice results Anglia Ice results Anglia Ice results Indigo
Review results Salford GP access to results from one lab only Bolton GP access to results from one lab only Central Man GP access
to results from one lab only Pennine GP access to results from one lab only Christie is currently stand-alone system & not accessible to GPs South Man GP access to results
from one lab only Stockport GP access to results from one lab only Tameside GP access to results from one lab only Trafford GP access to results from
one lab only Wigan GP access to results from one lab only Anglia Ice results Indigo Review results Indigo
Review results Anglia Ice results Anglia Ice results University Hospital of South Manchester NHS FT LIMS: Isoft ILabTP Stockport NHS
Foundation Trust LIMS: Isoft ILabTP Tameside Hospital NHS FT LIMS: Isoft ILabTP Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust LIMS: Isoft ILabTP Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS FT LIMS: Clinisys Labcentre
GM Pathology Results To Be State Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Health Protection Agency (MMMP) at CMFT LIMS
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust LIMS Christie Hospital Foundation NHS Trust LIMS Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Anglia Ice results Anglia Ice
results Anglia Ice results Indigo Review results Anglia Ice results Results Portal Indigo Review
results Indigo Review results Anglia Ice results Any GP from any area or other caregiver eg Out of hours Anglia Ice results
University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Stockport NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Trafford Healthcare
NHS Trust LIMS Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust LIMS Benefits Provide access to GPs for all laboratory results requested in secondary or tertiary care Enable GPs to add results ordered in other settings to their local patient record Make results available for patients attending A&E & OOH GP Services Provide universal access to GPs & other care provider for all test results
Provide a complete & safe pathology record accessible across Greater Manchester Provide access to test results to support the delivery of quality care regardless of where the order originates Provide universal access to test results across GM to reduce repeat testing. Results available on Mobile devices in the future Pilot Project with X-Lab Systems LIMS PMIP
DTS LIMS Exeter PMIP PMIP Converter Local to National Clinical users NPEx Internet
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