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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Lilie EPR captures outpatient activity, diagnoses and treatments for GUM patients, provides the team shared access to patient records enabling instant communication between the service, lab and patient; reducing costs with efficient data management.
Overview of Innovation:
Leading the way  in the Management of Sexual Health Services
The modern day sexual health service challenges are significant. Public Health England (PHE) indicate that there were 446,253 sexually transmitted infections diagnosed in England in 2013 with Chlamydia being the most common, making up 47 per cent of all diagnosed cases. The most expensive cost to the NHS is HIV Infection, each new case of HIV infection is estimated to represent between £280,000 & £360,000 in lifetime treatment costs. Although the fall in teenage pregnancy is one of the success stories of the last decade in the public health field. However there is always room for improvement especially with more sexually active young people.
 
Lilie provides Sexual Health clinics and HIV services with a comprehensive Sexual Health computer software solution. Lilie is a fully scalable Electronic Patient Record system (EPR) used to capture outpatient activity, referrals, diagnoses and treatments for genitourinary medicine (GUM) patients. Having all the patients’ data in one EPR system provides all the clinic team members with fast access to patient data greatly reducing administration functions. All audit and quality measures are incorporated automatically reducing clinical risks and improving the quality of sexual health services.

Lilie’s core is the base application which is a totally secure full EPR system with comprehensive patient communication, statutory reporting i.e. HARS, SRHAD and GUMCAD, adhoc report generation. Additional modules to the core system can be purchased allowing the client to meet their budgetary requirements. Additional modules include: Contraceptive & Reproductive Health which is a secure and efficient way to manage Contraceptive and Reproductive Health data and services/ Chlamydia Screening providing exceptional NCSP data capture and reporting facilities/ Prescribing which includes the Dictionary of Medicines and Devices (DM+D)/ SMS Texting is an effective way to improve patient communications and reduce DNA rates/ Touchscreen allows the patient to announce their arrival in clinic and discretely enter personal data/ Internet Booking to empower your patients with time-saving, secure appointment management/ Lab Communications for fast and secure ways to order laboratory tests and receive results/ Collect for collecting patient data using mobile devices within an outreach environment.


For more information visit http://6pmsolutions.com/products/clinical/lilie
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
ConCERT-D is an integrated clinical & research solution designed with Dementia leading clinical experts specifically for the treatment, identification & management of dementia patients, providing results and medication management. 
Overview of Innovation:
ConCERT-D displays captured mental assessment scores for tests including the Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) in a graphical way enabling Clinicians to relate fluctuations in scores with events that would have happened in the meantime

The medication module allows Clinicians to keep track of the patient diagnosis, prescribed drugs, related side effects, allergies and other conditions. The in-built drug formulary is specially geared towards dementia patients. The accumulative anticholinergic cognitive burden (ACB) is automatically calculated allowing Clinicians to take better decisions, ultimately reducing the risks of cognitive impairment & death

The medication module enables Clinicians to check the dosages for antidepressants and anti-psychotics being taken by the patient as a percentage of the maximum dosage set for these medications

A Research Register for Clinicians to inform Clinical practice
The ability to easily identify patients and carers that match a clinical trial’s participation criteria provides a highly effective tool to increase participation in research. Researchers can build the appropriate participation criteria for clinical trials in ConCERT-D. The system can automatically report on patients that are eligible for participation in studies

Once a patient is identified the clinical researchers speaks to their carers for advice. In some cases internal background checks, tests and screening are carried out. If a patient is found to be suitable and willing to take part he/she is enrolled onto the clinical trial. On the other hand if found unsuitable the reason why is logged and the patient is automatically excluded from subsequent participant searches for that trial

ConCERT-D facilitates accreditation in programs including as The Memory Services National Accreditation Program (MSNAP) allowing hospitals to benchmark their services against national standards and provide quality assurances. MSNAP also enables staff to ensure they are making a meaningful difference to people’s lives as well as supporting implementation of national clinical excellence guidelines. ConCERT-D supports Clinicians to capture MSNAP information during interactions with the patient & then generate reports with the information gathered

These reports allow the identification of trends, assessment of completeness & are of great use for assessors when rewarding accreditation. This functionality can be adapted to other similar accreditation programs
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Mental Health: recovery, crisis and prevention / Long term conditions: a whole system, person-centred approach / Wellness and prevention of illness / Wealth creation / Digital health / Innovation and adoption / Patient and medicines safety / Person centred care
Benefit to NHS:
Standard  ConCERT-D Features
  • Easily displays results and key information for Clinicians on dashboards.
  • Allows Clinicians to keep track of the patient’s diagnosis, prescribed drugs, side effects, allergies, investigations, chronic conditions and lifestyle.
  • Enables Clinicians to relate fluctuations in assessment scores with events (medical, trial participation, etc.) that happen to the patient between assessments.
    This would be used to assist with identifying those about to go into Crisis
  • Reporting allows identification of trends within cohort and helps to manage consent better.
  • Automatically calculates the accumulative anticholinergic cognitive burden for drugs the patient is currently taking
  •  In-built drug formulary is specially geared towards dementia patients, where drugs includes the ACB scale 
  • Allows Clinicians to check the dosages of antidepressants and antipsychotics as a percentage of the dosage set for these medications
  • Allows the R&D department to list eligible participants and to manage consent for new or ongoing clinical trials that were never approached to take part in research. 
    • Linking people with dementia with high quality research has historically been very problematic. Registering an individual’s interest has proved very effective in earlier pilot work with DemReg but the new ConCERT-D system will allow us to embed the register fully in clinical practice as it acts as both a Research Register and an Electronic Patient Record. This will allow even more people to gain access to the high quality dementia research we undertake. 
      Dr Craig Ritchie - Honorary Consultant and R&D Director, WLMHT, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London
  • Captures and manages consent by patients and carers
    Would  assist with the requirement for multi agency collaboration and gaining access to appropriate information to facilitate Crisis Care or data analytics
  • Facilitates accreditation in programmes such as MSNAP (Memory Services National Accreditation Programme)
Attached please find cost and financial benefits documents as a validation and evidence of time and cost savings.
 
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Benefit to WM population:
Campaign Features
Whilst assisting the treatment and management of Dementia Patients the in a truly integrated clinical and research solution,  the software to provide reports to support the identification of trends that would assist with / facilitate a solution to the Meridian Challenges ‘Data Analytics to support better mental health and care’ and ‘Mental Health Crisis Care’ in providing a solution or stepping stone to provide ‘predictions of when a crisis is likely to occur’ as well as other aspects that are listed e.g.
  • Alerting Clinical & Mental Health professionals when risks of crisis are elevated
  • New ways for users to interact with care professionals through our presenting of valuable and up to date information - Service Transformation
  • Access for West Midlands service users, carers this level of access could be developed along with the other requirements outlined within the campaign. Many of these can be supplied via integration with our management tools and platforms.

6PM ConCERT-D solution would support the requirements within the ‘Data Analytics to support better mental health and care’ and ‘Mental Health Crisis Care’ campaigns.

With ConCERT-D and the other 6PM product suite including ‘Lilie’ (Sexual Health), Climate-HIV (HIV management tool), StrokePad, by utilising the mental health aspects and those aspects of these conditions that may have a bearing on their mental condition and subsequent reactions etc. These solutions would be enhanced with other products including CareSolutions™, a powerful data management and processing engine to enhance the Information Management environment related to Mental Health Crisis Care.
 
These solutions could either stand separately supporting these regional clinical areas or be bundled together to provide faster, appropriate care that safeguards patients and whilst answering may of the challenges mentioned with two or more of Meridians campaigns as indicated above.  
 
A secondary affect to adopting 6PM solutions would be to strengthen our position not only with UK but with the UK team, which is based within the West Midlands. We could see the 6PM UK team expanding with our products get a stronger foundation in the UK. 6PM would support the delivery and any potential development or customisation of solutions to accommodate regional and multi-agency requirements.
 
Current and planned activity: 
Currently
6PM is  currently supplying software solutions to 24 NHS trusts with a variety of healthcare products, including r the sexual health product ‘Lilie’ that is currently used by over 15,000 sexual health and HIV professionals throughout the UK
 
ConCERT-D has been operational at West London Mental Health Trust (WLMHT) since July 2014.Curent

Planned / required activity
  • Procurement / Adoption of our products: -  Require additional acute and community and specialist clinic sales and marketing products to CCGs and specialist clinical groups dealing with Dementia. Fully integrated with JDR to increase joint sales.
     
  • Evaluation / Validation / Clinical Trial – Would like to gain additional validation seeking a trial centre of this product (or any others).
     
  • Campaign Solution Developments Interested to hear and discuss how 6PM current solutions can be used or developed to meet ‘Meridian Campaigns’.
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
ConCERT-D is jointly owned by 6PM Group & West London Mental Health Trust
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
medium
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
6-12 mon
Ease of scalability: 
2
Regional Scalability:

Yes ConCERT-D can be scaled across a region.  It is a multi-tenant solution able to take a number of tenants (i.e. trusts) in one hosted solution where each tenant can have a number of sites.  Permissions allow for different options with regards to visibility of patient information between trusts.  The administration function of the system is managed centrally.   

Measures:

There is c.670,000 people living with dementia this is expected to double over 30 years. Only 40% of people with dementia receive a formal diagnosis, according to the Alzheimer’s Society two-thirds of people with dementia are cared for in the community.The ability exists to consolidate & enhance patient data already captured by clinical staff in existing primary/mental health software clinical applications. ConCERT-D is able to enrich dementia patient data & create a virtual electronic dementia patient record combining research tools. Additional clinical benefits is the ability to use real time patient data in clinical practice increasing quality of patient care. Issues include maintaining isolated dementia patient data within separate clinical software applications & not consolidated with research data, rather than in a seamless integrated solution to inform improvements in clinical practice by organisation, network & region or across England/UK.
 
ConCERT-D improves patient clinical outcomes by improving the data points on which the research is based. By collecting additional patient data from existing mental health solutions to integrate with clinical trials research, the research findings become more robust.
 
1 Additional patient data captured on specific medications management/prescribing allows patterns of reaction & clinical diagnosis to be monitored by fluctuations in assessments scores with events, this then allows for trending analysis
2 Research, by the selection & monitoring of patients for various clinical trials to be consented & monitored for adherence to accreditation programmes as MSNAP
3 To have collective “one stop” enriched combined dementia patient data (database) which can be extended across other organisations, networks, regions & UK
4 Analytical reports & patient search facilities for extending clinical trials & cohorts of patients including query database with ‘what-if’ options to understand clinical factors & trends leading to Dementia

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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Coordinate high quality palliative care.
Overview of Innovation:
Patients reassured their urgent care plan preferences are shared with appropriate health professionals after Epro develops End of Life care plans for a Global Digital Exemplar.

The challenge

The final stages of life with a terminal illness can be a lonely and anxious time. Healthcare professionals provide as much support as possible, and it is essential that top class specialist palliative care spans hospitals, community and hospices. Faster, more effcient ways to coordinate high quality end of life care are required for the growing number of people in need of specialist palliative care.

NHS England says recording patients’ wishes around the last days of life, and making them available to medical staff and carers is vital for patient experience improvements. To achieve this, one Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) embarked on a project to record this information digitally and make it available in a standardised, easy-to-access way.

The solution

The GDE NHS trust wanted to record End of Life care preferences and make them available throughout its hospital and in the community. The trust asked Epro to design and implement a standalone solution which linked the End of Life care plan to the current installed Epro system.

The document is updated by staff throughout the patient’s admission in hospital and records information such as an individualised care plan, a hospital escalation plan, advice for community care, information about medication and discharge. The notes are available for medical staff to action, anywhere and anytime in the hospital. The End of Life note integrates with, and can be automatically distributed with the discharge summary to the GP. 
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Long term conditions: a whole system, person-centred approach / Digital health / Innovation and adoption / Person centred care
Benefit to NHS:
Results

The End of Life note functionality was developed by Epro within just four months. This followed a user-centred approach with several iterations of testing and design enhancements to ensure it met the requirements of clinical users. The solution delivers the following benefits: 
  • Patient preferences accessible throughout the hospital regardless of department or specialty
  • Time savings for staff searching for patient preferences and information
  • Information about End of Life preferences available on re-admission
  • Distribution of appropriate information to the GPs via the discharge summary
  • Flexibility in information collection, avoiding delayed discharges
  • Information can be collected at different times during an admission
  • Local con guration of information fields reduces risk of loss, and supports carrying forward relevant data, whilst tracking and updating user preferences such as language choice
  • Audit and monitoring – ability to review a list of patients discharged without completed forms, or missed review dates
  • Seamless integration to existing EPRs, meaning users do not have to log in twice 
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3.00 (1 ratings)
Benefit to WM population:
Results 

The End of Life note functionality was developed by Epro within just four months. This followed a user-centred approach with several iterations of testing and design enhancements to ensure it met the requirements of clinical users. The solution delivers the following benefits: 
  • Patient preferences accessible throughout the hospital regardless of department or specialty 
  • Time savings for staff searching for patient preferences and information 
  • Information about End of Life preferences available on re-admission 
  • Distribution of appropriate information to the GPs via the discharge summary 
  • Flexibility in information collection, avoiding delayed discharges 
  • Information can be collected at different times during an admission 
  • Local con guration of information fields reduces risk of loss, and supports carrying forward relevant data, whilst tracking and updating user preferences such as language choice 
  • Audit and monitoring – ability to review a list of patients discharged without completed forms, or missed review dates 
  • Seamless integration to existing EPRs, meaning users do not have to log in twice
Current and planned activity: 
EoL currently implemented in one NHS Trust with Global Digital Exemplar Status (GDE) 
 
The trust already uses many of our solutions and wanted to extend its capability with easy access and an audit trail of the agreed care plan with the patient to help medical staff ensure the highest standard of care by putting patient wishes first.”

Dr Francesca Leithold, Head of Professional Services, Epro
 
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What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
Epro holds all rights to the EoL intellectual property   
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
0-6 mon
Ease of scalability: 
2
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