North West London Collaboration of CCGs began their implementation of Aspyre with twenty of their staff being trained at their Central London offices. The Group needed a system that would satisfy all of their future administrative and reporting needs across their wide portfolio of projects whilst also making the system a repository of historical documents. The Mosaique development team are busy tailoring the system to suit their needs and will return for more training when the implementation moves on to the second phase.
The Project Management Office (PMO) at Liverpool Women’s Hospital have begun implementation of Aspyre to ensure they have visibility of all areas of project management, particularly their Cost Improvement Plan (CIP). The PMO began their journey with Aspyre last week with System Administrator and core team training. The hospital now have much of the information in the system that was previously on disparate documents. In addition, Aspyre’s finance functionality is being populated with current data so spending can be accurately monitored and savings achieved.
A partnership across three West Midland NHS Trusts is now using Aspyre as their way of overseeing all project management and procurement activities. Mosaique are working with BCA to tailor the system to their needs and replicate some of their reporting functionality.
After working across disparate systems, spreadsheets and documents, Croydon CCG has implemented Aspyre to ensure they have an end to end system.
Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust initially chose Aspyre to help them better track the large number of projects that their IT department were working on. However, they soon realised that the system would benefit colleagues across their organisation including those in the Finance and Enablement departments, and so access was rolled out to a wider user base.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare were finding it increasingly difficult to manage their portfolio of projects via their existing spreadsheet system. After looking at a number of different solutions, they chose Aspyre. They wanted the system up and running as soon as possible so the team at Mosaique worked closely with them to get Aspyre configured and users trained within 3 weeks of receiving the go-ahead.
NHS organisations were finding that many good ideas suggested by staff were either not being captured in sufficient detail or were being lost altogether. To address this, Mosaique worked with several Aspyre clients, including East Kent University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, to develop functionality that would allow anyone to enter their Idea.
PrimeGP have chosen Aspyre as the software to handle the programmes and projects that they will be running over the next 12+ months.
NHS England and Monitor are now using Aspyre for their Emergency Care Improvement Programme (ECIP).
The ECIP programme is a clinically led programme that offers intensive practical help and support to 28 urgent and emergency care systems leading to safer, faster and better care for patients. The programme will encourage systems to adopt evidence based improvements that are "proven to work".
West Lancashire CCG select Aspyre to help them manage their Service Transformation Programme.
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, a major acute trust, select Aspyre for use on their IT Portfolio. This includes their major Health Information Systems programme which aims to deliver a number of key projects including electronic prescribing, outpatient information and bed management.
Aspyre User Group held at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Birmingham.