2016 Report details for project: BT LSP

Project name: BT LSP - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation: DOH (D12) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2016 (data is from Sept 2015)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: To support IT enabled transformation in the NHS in the South to create a more efficient, joined-up and patient-led health service. This will be achieved by delivering modern IT systems and services to the NHS in a flexible, efficient and effective way to enable trusts to tailor solutions to support local needs and priorities.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: Since the delivery confidence assessment, all NHS trusts within the BT Local Service Provider programme have safely and securely transitioned their systems from the central Local Service Provider service to locally-contracted replacement services, thereby concluding the exit programme. Decommissioning of the Local Service Provider service commenced in January 2016, following which the programme will be formally closed.
Start date: 2003-12-18
End date: 2015-10-31
Schedule text: The BT Local Service Provider service was continued to 31 January 2016 to manage the business continuity and patient safety risks associated with contract exit. The final NHS trust transitioned to its replacement service on 30 November 2015. Decommissioning of the Local Service Provider service commenced in January 2016, following which the programme will be formally closed.
Baseline: £59.89m
Forecast: £82.77m
Variance: 38.20%
Variance text: Costs for service transition and contract exit, which were not included in the original baseline, have been incurred in 2015/16.
Whole Life Cost: £1,743.03m
WLCost text: Electronic Patient Record systems were deployed at 80 NHS trusts during the lifetime of the BT Local Service Provider programme. Due to trust mergers, the final deployed estate was: 17 trusts and 170,000 users of the Cerner Millennium Electronic Patient Record system (acute care setting); and, 39 trusts and 150,000 users of the Servelec RiO Electronic Patient Record system (community and mental health care setting). The programme also supported all NHS trusts to safely and securely transition their systems from the central Local Service Provider service to locally-contracted replacement services. The whole life cost of the programme is forecast to be 1% under budget on completion. Budgeted whole life costs are unchanged from quarter two 2014/15.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2016.csv

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