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Victorian Maternity Record (VMR) Pilot – a Change Management project Leanne Holmes 25 th Victorian Maternity Record (VMR) Pilot – a Change Management project Leanne Holmes 25 th HIMAA National “SEE- CHANGE” conference Four Points by Sheraton Hotel Geelong July 28 th 2005

MISSION MISSION

Esta M 1 age /Man lish b Secure host t men ocu /D De Esta M 1 age /Man lish b Secure host t men ocu /D De Plan M 4 Dec 04 Write project plan M 1 Initial design criteria written & approved Establish project team & management strategies Apr 04 Mar – Aug 04 M 7 M 5 Progress Reports t Pilo Co 1 M 6 Apr – Aug 04 M 2 lt nsu sign Methods approved 4 M 1 May – Aug 04 Establish Reference Group 0 Sites Agreed & Approved Apr 04 – Nov 04 Complete pre Pilot consultation 5 M 1 Jun - Dec 04 Initial Design Options Pilot methods agreed @ sites Jun - Dec 04 6 M 1 Pre Pilot Nov - Dec 04 7 M 1 Pilot Record Dec 04 M 9 May –Aug 04 Dec 05 0 M 1 Preliminary site visits Feb 05 Final Draft EHR Plan Feb 06 project plan M 2 Communication Strategy Written & Approved Feb 06 Ongoing M 3 Diss 2 M 1 May 04 M 8 rain T ate / min e 8 M 1 3 M 1 Pilot Consultation during Pilot Feb 05 – Dec 05 Jan 05 – Dec 05 9 M 1 Survey/ process evaluation completed Jun 05 – Feb 06 1 M 2 Dissemination strategy developed & approved Feb 06

Consultation with women Consumer Workshops • • Women carry it Women read it Women Consultation with women Consumer Workshops • • Women carry it Women read it Women keep it Consumer- friendly language • 78% of participants agreed it would be useful to carry a hand held record

Using the Generic information booklet with the VMR • Even non English speaking women Using the Generic information booklet with the VMR • Even non English speaking women thought including booklet about medical tests was useful

Consultation with clinicians -Scenario workshop • Clinicians test the VMR • Identify strengths and Consultation with clinicians -Scenario workshop • Clinicians test the VMR • Identify strengths and weaknesses • Hospital and GP will takes copies for their records

Carry Wallet Information booklet Carry Wallet Information booklet

VMR Page 1 -4 Women can write in the 1 st four pages : VMR Page 1 -4 Women can write in the 1 st four pages : • Demographics • Appointment details • Birth preferences

VMR Instructions for clinician and women • Women must consent to carry it • VMR Instructions for clinician and women • Women must consent to carry it • Frequently asked questions included

Clinician notes p 5 - 14 • . Maternity History and Examination • Tests Clinician notes p 5 - 14 • . Maternity History and Examination • Tests and Investigations • Progress through pregnancy • Labour & Birth • Baby Summary • Discharge and Going Home • Glossary of clinical terms

Progress through pregnancy • Giroform high quality carbonless paper • ISO 9001 compliant • Progress through pregnancy • Giroform high quality carbonless paper • ISO 9001 compliant • NCR copies in triplicate • WOMEN KEEP THE ORIGINAL!

Labour & Birth Summary Labour & Birth Summary

Baby summary Baby summary

Going home Going home

Additional Notes • Use as progress notes – – – antenatal in ER post Additional Notes • Use as progress notes – – – antenatal in ER post natal in ward GP rooms • Pads of 50 in triplicate • Use writing guard

VMR poster • Display on doctors/clinic waiting room walls • Reminder to women to VMR poster • Display on doctors/clinic waiting room walls • Reminder to women to bring their VMR

pilot process 7 sites Sunshine, Mercy, Angliss, Mildura, Orbost, Kyneton, Seymour 1000+ health & pilot process 7 sites Sunshine, Mercy, Angliss, Mildura, Orbost, Kyneton, Seymour 1000+ health & other professionals midwives, obstetricians, GPs, paediatricians, managers, health information, emergency staff, allied health, interpreters & translators, graphic designers, packaging experts, change management and group facilitation consultants, medico legal, policy/DHS/MSAC, project managers, IT experts, software designers, students, clinical educators, public relations, RANZCOG, ACMI, GPDV, consumer reps 5000+ women

are P 1 P 4 Select Pilot sites Dec 04 P 2 Set aims are P 1 P 4 Select Pilot sites Dec 04 P 2 Set aims and measures Jan – Mar 05 Establish pilot management strategies itor in Beg Prep P 7 P 6 e Clos Mon Collect data Introduce VMR P 10 Mar - Dec 04 Feb - May 05 Feb 05 – Dec 05 P 11 P 8 Process Evaluation Identify and act on issues Survey staff Dec 05 – Feb 06 Mar - Dec 04 - Feb 05 P 5 Design Processes P 12 Jan – Feb 05; Ongoing Recommendations P 9 P 3 Schedule & timelines Nov 04 - Feb 05 Final Apr 05 - Feb 06 Consult & inform Feb 05 – Dec 05 Pilot pla n h blis Esta

Process mappingwhat stays & what goes? Pre-pilot Map 1 prior to VMR Pilot Map Process mappingwhat stays & what goes? Pre-pilot Map 1 prior to VMR Pilot Map 2 changes after VMR Post Pilot Map 3 final changes after using the VMR over time.

Action Research • This Pilot is based on what is known as an “action Action Research • This Pilot is based on what is known as an “action research” improvement method. • The strength of action research is its responsiveness and the ability to turn unpromising beginnings into effective endings by converging on an appropriate outcome over time. • The VMR is encouraging pilots to innovate and change their current work practices

Plan, Do, Study and Act cycle (PDSA) The pilot sites are encouraged to apply Plan, Do, Study and Act cycle (PDSA) The pilot sites are encouraged to apply PDSA cycles to their processes to assist them with learning and reflection. People identify issues and actions. • Site teams respond with a plan of action (PLAN). • The plan is actioned for a period of time (DO). • This may involve measuring or observing. They study and reflect on the effects (STUDY). • They act again. (ACT). • PDSA cycles are built around issues identified from the ‘floor’, and from the routine measurement of progress towards aims.

Example of an issue: “The VMR is taking longer to complete” could mean? ? Example of an issue: “The VMR is taking longer to complete” could mean? ? ? • • It takes longer but it is worth it. Consultations were too short prior to the VMR Documentation was lacking previously It takes longer because people are still getting used to it. When familiar it will take less time. • It takes longer because women are asking questions • It takes longer because the midwives are repeating what the doctor/GP has done. POSSIBLE SOLUTION: Change to appointment times

Change “Change is complicated by the fact that organizations are social systems whose participants Change “Change is complicated by the fact that organizations are social systems whose participants have identities, relationships, communities, routines, emotions and differentiated powers. Thus managers must be alert to how a change will conflict with existing social systems and routines. ” Harvard Business Essentials, Managing Change and Transition 2003

“The primary difficulty with change… • is that it is 10% logical/physical and 90% “The primary difficulty with change… • is that it is 10% logical/physical and 90% social/emotional. • No matter how much we try to justify our proposed change with logic. . . or resources, change is tough because it is primarily cultural in nature. • Cultures are primarily emotional, not logical. • Those of us who value logic like to explain our preferences from a sensible framework but when it all boils down, emotion runs deep. ”

Future impact on Health Information Services? Women carry VMR Women keep VMR reduction in Future impact on Health Information Services? Women carry VMR Women keep VMR reduction in clinic preparation time reduction in filing space Women read their VMR Standard forms design (Statewide) less FOI requests NCR Copies kept in medical record need to review medico legal legislation reduction in forms design responsibilities for HIM’s

Leading Change with the VMR THE VMR project is about leading change The VMR Leading Change with the VMR THE VMR project is about leading change The VMR project provides an opportunity to change and innovate in the workplace The VMR project identifies staff resistance but also staff readiness The VMR project provides an opportunity for us to step back and look at the way we do things! The VMR has the promise of new vision, streamlining structures and provides a catalyse for people towards a common goal – provision of better health care for our women.

The VMR has changed my thinking! Initially I thought : • that this was The VMR has changed my thinking! Initially I thought : • that this was a forms design project – WRONG! • that only an electronic health record would solve all our paper record problems – WRONG! • Women felt empowered in their decision making when having a baby – WRONG! I now know: • there is a lack of CONSISTENT information available for women about maternity care • HIM’s should review their role as forms design experts and custodians of medical records. • HIM’s should embrace the notion that there is a place for personal hand held records in the future! • change requires greater consideration of the social influences within ourselves and our organisation rather than just the logical influences.

Evaluation and findings • • • This pilot is well underway across 7 sites. Evaluation and findings • • • This pilot is well underway across 7 sites. 1, 500 women are carrying the VMR so far. 95% of woman are consenting to carry it No lost records were reported in May or June. A final evaluation will be undertaken in February 2006. • Only after feedback is received from all consumers and staff will a decision be made about whether to implement state-wide. Watch this space!!

Thank you: Jo Campbell (03) 8345 0430 jo. campbell@wh. org. au Leanne Holmes (03) Thank you: Jo Campbell (03) 8345 0430 jo. [email protected] org. au Leanne Holmes (03) 8345 1685 leanne. [email protected] org. au