The Clinical Digital Resource Collaborative is delighted to be recognised as an NHSE Blueprint.
The Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) Blueprints are used by NHSE to deliver world-class digital solutions by transforming NHS services and making them fit for the 21st century.
Blueprints are expected to help other NHS Trusts deliver digital capabilities more quickly and cost effectively than has been possible in the past. They highlight important requirements needed for sustainable health improvements such as organisational leadership and culture, clinical and staff engagement as well as the people and processes required.
North East & North Cumbria (NENC) Regional Digital Vision
CDRC was nominated by Mark Dornan, NENC ICS Senior Responsible Officer for the Digital Care Programme and Russ Watkins our Commercial Director as an exemplar of good digital practice.
When our regional heath and care organisations work together rather than continually reinventing the wheel to share best practice, we can aim to avoid waste, maximise knowledge and resource sharing and bring all regional stakeholders along on the digital journey together, for the benefits of our patients, populations and organisations.
You can download the CDRC Blueprint below:
Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end – a successful innovation requires planning and preparing, action (implementing), and follow-up (sustaining).
The Blueprint helps to tell the story of the project through timescales and phases of activity and documenting the journey in a chronological manner to help others execute similar projects in an accelerated way.
CDRC phases of activity
Planning & Preparing: These are the activities you did to prepare for success. For example, gaining approval for the project, identifying and securing necessary resources, and making initial plans.
|1||Pilot and feasibility evaluation|
|2||Creating a team|
|4||Stakeholder identification and engagement|
Implementing: These are the activities you did to build and roll out the solution. For example, design work, data integration, sorting legal and security issues, and training and communications.
|5||Resource, resilience, and training|
|6||Agile project management|
|7||Ongoing clinical input|
|8||National FH programme / CVD events|
Sustaining:These are the activities that maintain the innovation and spread improvement. For example, ongoing governance, monitoring, data collection, efforts to diffuse the innovation more broadly within and beyond the organisation, and consideration of next steps that build on the learning and capabilities gained via the project.
|10||Metrics, ongoing evaluation and promotion|
|11||Implementation into other GP clinical systems|
|12||Long term sustainability|
To find out how Blueprints can help to accelerate digital transformation or for further information / guidance please contact the National team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org