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  1. W O R K S H O P PRIMARY CARE: Regional strategies to improve efficacy and equity while guarateeing economic sustainability e-Health in Primary Care contributing to economic sustainability in Andalusia Ana Carriazo Senior Advisor General Secretariat for Quality and Modernisation Regional Ministry of Health of Andalusia, Spain anam.carriazo@juntadeandalucia.es

  2. Overview • Diraya’s environment • Diraya’s main features • Facts and figures • Costs and benefits • Lessons learnt 13 June 2011

  3. Healthcare in Andalusia Spain: National Health System(universal coverage & free access, publicly funded by taxes) Regional responsibility for healthAndalusia since 1984 8.3 million population In 2011 healthcare budget amounts to 9.39 billion EUR 100% of primary care (1500 PHCs) and 72% of specialised care facilities are publicly owned (47 hospitals, 93% of all beds) 13 June 2011

  4. Quality Plan eHealth Strategy 13 June 2011

  5. ASINGLE HEALTH RECORD Diraya´s objective Integrate the healthcare information of every citizen 13 June 2011

  6. Main features • A long-term Strategy: From 1999 • Unique health record number for all citizens of Andalusia • A individual smart card for each person as a key for access • A regional EHR shared among: • Primary care • Pharmacies • Hospitals • Emergencies 13 June 2011

  7. Much more than an EHR: A corporate information system Appointment Prescription Referrals Waiting lists Pathology Hospital admission Lab tests Functional tests Data warehouse Radiology Emergency care Inpatient care Outpatient care Primary care 13 June 2011

  8. DATA ANALYSIS PRES- CRIPTION RECETA XXI HEALTH RECORD REQUEST AGENTS CENTRALISED APPOINTMENT Citizens Data Base MACO Structure (resources) 13 June 2011

  9. Diraya’s architecture 13 June 2011

  10. Electronic health record 13 June 2011

  11. Salud Responde 902 505 060 Primary care Outpatient care Diagnostic tests Centralised appointment 13 June 2011

  12. Receta XXI – ePrescription module 13 June 2011

  13. Decision support system • Single medicines record • Updated catalogue (Nomenclátor) • Prescription by active principle • Help in filling up posology • Warnings for double prescription • Evidence based guide by semFYC • Info on drugs • Alergies and contraindications • Help reporting adverse reactions • Interactions • Warning maximun daily doses • Warning therapeutic redundance • Forms included Increases patients‘ safety 13 June 2011

  14. Catálogo Clínico Catálogo General Laboratorio A GNC00006-01 Srm—Colesterol de HDL;c.sust(calculado) GNC00006-02 Srm—Colesterol de HDL;c.sust(medido) GNC00006-03 Srm—Colesterol de HDL;c.masa(calculado) GNC00006-04 Srm—Colesterol de HDL;c.masa(medido) Laboratorio B CLC00006 (Pla—Colesterol de HDL; c.sust) Laboratorio C Laboratorio D Unidad específica, CLC, Muestra, Factor Conversión Primario Unidades, decimales, FC, espécimen, sinónimos Lab tests 13 June 2011

  15. C.S C.S C.S Radiology PACS local RIS Diraya Catalogue PACS central PACS local PACS local 13 June 2011

  16. Current extent of the development 13 June 2011

  17. Utilisation in 2010 39.7 millionsprimary care consultation sheets. 3 millions hospital emergency care episodes 17,000 professionals 3,500 pharmacists 1.1 millions hospital outpatient specialised care episodes 13 June 2011

  18. 902 505 060 13 June 2011

  19. Impact on the prescription model Number of dispensations according to type of prescription (2004-2010) Dispensing procedures 2010: 105 millions 13 June 2011

  20. % dispensations according to type of prescription (2004-2010) 13 June 2011

  21. -15.28% Primary Care appointments after the introduction of e-Prescription 38 Million visits saved from 2006 6 months trial with the same cohort of population 13 June 2011

  22. e-Prescription % by INN (International Nonproprietary Name) and estimated savings 446.1 Million € saved from 2001 13 June 2011

  23. % of sample id errors and results delivery time (p70) after the introduction of the e-Lab module (MPA) -76.32% % of id errors p70 time, hours 277 Primary care centers 10 hospitals 13 June 2011

  24. BENEFITS: • Efficiency (83%) • Quality (17%) • Accessiblitty (1) 2008-09: Independent evaluation of Diraya and Receta XXI chosen by the EC as best practices to be analysed. Method: Economic conversion of costs and benefits according to the model, including non financial aspects. COSTS: • ICT • Negative impacts of Diraya use: adaptation period, changes in the organization and way of working … Case studies. European Comission. http://www.ehr-impact.eu/cases/cases.html 07/2009 The socio-economic impact of Diraya, the regional EHR and ePrescribing system of Andalucía’s public health service. http://www.ehr-impact.eu/cases/documents/EHRI_case_DIRAYA__final.pdf 07/2009 The socio-economic impact of Receta XXI, the regional ePrescribing system of Andalucía’s public health service.http://www.ehr-impact.eu/cases/documents/EHRI_case_Receta_XXI_final.pdf 13 June 2011

  25. Cumulative economic performance 13 June 2011

  26. Receta XXI – cumulative economic performance 13 June 2011

  27. First year cumulative benefits: 9a Cumulative economic performance By 2010, the cumulative net benefit to cost ratio reaches +1.77, meaning that for every 100 EUR in costs, there are 277 EUR worth of socio-economic benefits. 13 June 2011

  28. Costs and Financing of Diraya • IT costs • 50% of overall costs • Organisational costs (non-IT costs) • Development, engagement, adaptation • Total value of socio-economic investment over 12 years: • 245 million EUR Source: EHR Impact Study 13 June 2011

  29. Benefits from Diraya by stakeholders • Citizens • Patient safety – sharing of clinical data reduces risk of adverse events, makes healthcare more effective and more timely • Efficiency gains – time savings and avoided travel costs • Fewer re-assessment procedures for patients frequently changing their GPs • Fewer repeat questions • Facilitated (referral) bookings (satisfaction surveys) • Avoided visits by chronic patients with long-term ePrescriptions (validity: up to one year) • Doctors & nurses • Comfort for GPs • Benefit from pride, professionalism and satisfaction • Decisions are based on comprehensive & reliable information • Provision of more efficient healthcare Source: EHR Impact Study 13 June 2011

  30. Benefits from Diraya by stakeholders II • Benefits to the Andalusian health service • Reduction in exposure to risk due to better clinical governance • Assurance that medical information is recorded correctly and fully • Assurance that advice is based on better information • Time savings – redeployment of resources: • Fewer repeat questioning about medication and medical history • Avoided visits for re-assessment and for renewal of prescriptions (reduced by ca. 15%) • Better allocation of resources through eBooking • Cost savings from generic prescribing • Cost avoidance through central server • Regulation and standardization of procedures and tools • Benefits to the regional Ministry of Health • Information from research feeds into evidence-based standards • Dissemination of guidelines through Decision Support (DS) tools • Support & integration of strategic initiatives (improved care processes) Source: EHR Impact Study 13 June 2011

  31. Patients’ satisfaction Institute for Social Studies of Andalusia. Spanish Scientific Research Council (CSIC) 13 June 2011

  32. Lessons learnt: risks • Unrealistic expectations • Technology fascination: e-health as an objective itself • Insufficient IT training of healthcare workers • Underestimate preparation for implementation • Inadequate IT infrastructure • Disappointing short-term results 13 June 2011

  33. Lessons learnt: key factors for success • Align the EHR development with the regional government’s health strategy, supporting it • Bottom-up approach: critical role of health care professionals in the design and development • Integrate the projects needed for each module into a single project that delivers interoperable clinical and health information • Step by step implementation assuring its use after a carefully designed piloting • Ensure that the project horizon is long enough so that there is enough time to involve stakeholders and to adapt the system accordingly (collaborative model) • Strong political support in the long run 13 June 2011

  34. Gracias Thanks Merci Grazie Gracias Merci GrazieThanks GraciasMerci GrazieThanks Gracias ThanksMerci GrazieGracias Thanks Merci GrazieGracias Thanks Merci GrazieGracias ThanksGraciasMerci GrazieThanks Gracias Thanks Merci Grazie Ana M. Carriazo Senior Advisor General Secretariat for Quality and Modernisation Regional Ministry of Health of Andalusia Av. de la Innovación s/n, Edificio Arena 1 41020 Sevilla (España) T: +34955006613 anam.carriazo@juntadeandalucia.es www.juntadeandalucia.es/salud 13 June 2011