- Optimising safety and quality within the rollouts of clinical systems, with an initial focus on discharge summary and hospital medications management programs
- Using E-Health initiatives to improve the safety and quality of health care
- The secondary use of information agenda – optimising reuse and analyses of safety and quality data available from clinical systems, to further drive improvements in safety and quality
The last one was this:
Clinical safety audit program for the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR)
- First PCEHR Clinical Safety Audit (PDF 838KB) (Word 154KB)
- Second PCEHR Clincal Safety Audit (PDF 785KB) (Word 138KB)
- Third PCEHR Clinical Safety Audit (PDF 539KB) (Word 93KB)
- Review 1: Status report on Recommendations (PDF 17KB) (Word 25KB)
- Review 2: Status report on Recommendations (PDF 138KB) (Word 25KB)
- Review 3: Status report on Recommendations (PDF 184KB) (Word 25KB)
Clinical safety of England's national program for IT: a retrospective analysis of all reported safety events 2005 to 2011
- All known safety problems with national scale IT systems in England were examined.
- National IT implementation was associated with problems on a large scale impacting on care delivery.
- Problems encountered are not unique, but are well-understood challenges of IT implementation.
- Human factors were four times as likely to result in reported patient harm than technical problems.