MLCSU will be showcasing a unique information risk management tool and innovative clinical demand and capacity system at Health and Care Innovation Expo taking place in Manchester this week. Visit us at stand 47!
Information is one of the most valuable assets for organisation, but equally poses one of the greatest risks with the possibility of large fines for data breaches.
Our Information Governance experts have created a unique tool that brings together complex processes in a user-friendly system to address information risks.
The Managing Information Assets tool is an automated process for assessing information assets and providing robust risk assessments, which saves valuable staff time. It records what information is held and automatically assesses the risk, how the information is processed and the controls associated with it. The system incorporates a high proportion of the Information Governance Toolkit requirements for organisations including:
- Privacy Impact Assessments
- Systems & Software Register (Including establishment of system level security policies)
- Information Asset Register and Data Flows
- Contracts and Agreements Register
- Information Security, Corporate Records and Confidentiality Audits
- Action Plans module (for risks of 12 and over)
Visitors to the Expo will be able to see a demonstration of the system and specific elements of the tool.
Our e-Innovation team will also be showcasing the CSU’s clinical demand and capacity dashboard, which takes real-time data feeds from provider organisations and displays calculated metrics for operational and escalation management.
It provides immediate information regarding surges in demand and capacity issues that affect local urgent care systems. The analytic information generated by this system enables healthcare staff to make key decisions about pressures in healthcare services and about patient care.
The system also enables retrospective views of performance and has built in predictive values for the next two weeks of A&E attendances, admissions and ambulance activity.