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  • Enabling MRSA reporting via NPEx

    Mark Hasselholdt

    Contract Manager

    Manchester Medical Microbiology Partnership

  • • Transfer of Microbiology services from Tameside to MMMP at

    Manchester Royal Infirmary in October 2016

    • Previously Tameside Microbiology referred some Virology work to

    MMMP

    • Requirement for work to be processed electronically from end-to-

    end

    • Both sites use Telepath

    • NPEx selected as preferred method

    Background

  • Challenges

    • No previous electronic links between sites. Tameside previously

    printed Virology reports from MMMP via remote printer

    • No previous experience of processing Bacteriology tests via NPEx

    either at MMMP or X-Lab

    • Volume of work increase (Bacteriology, NPEx)

    • Different link to previous NPEx links at MMMP (size, dynamic)

    • Timescale (contract deadlines, staff)

    • Resources (staff, lack of experience of setting up referred

    Microbiology tests in Telepath or NPEx)

  • MRSA Screening

    • Large volume (~2,000) swab samples per

    month

    • Requirement for positives to be reported to

    Tameside ICN

    • Differences in Telepath setup

    • No. swab sites

    • Field used to book site

  • • Test added in NPEx

    • Mappings added in NPEx for both sites

    • Reports defined for both sites in Telepath, with accompanying rules

    added to Tameside rulebase

    • Tameside Medical Authorisation group added in MMMP Telepath

    • ICN reporting enabled

    • Routine added in MMMP Telepath to scan in swab site

    Changes made

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  • • Increased booking in speed

    • Whole booking process scanned – Virtually

    eliminates booking in errors

    • Simplified resulting – Less chance of errors

    • Speed of reporting

    • Cost, environmental benefits

    Enhancements

  • The Future

    • Lab Automation – Site no longer important

    • Potential switch to new LIMS

    • Overhaul reporting method

    • Improve test, specimen type mapping

    • Direct mapping of results into Tameside