Healthcare software company Dedalus Group have become a sponsor of the Digital Health CCIO Network.

The Digital Health Networks is the biggest independent community of NHS IT leaders and includes the CCIO, CIO and CNIO Networks. The more than 6,000 members help accelerate the adoption and effective use of digital technologies across health and care through online collaboration, best practice webinars and exclusive Summer Schools and Leadership Summit events.

Former national NHS CIO, Will Smart, who is now global director external relations at Dedalus, will be the company’s representative on the CCIO Network.

“Dedalus are delighted to be sponsoring the Digital Health Networks and supporting their work in bringing together digital leaders to learn and share best practice,” Smart said.

“We hope that we can add to these discussions and connect CCIOs, CNIOs and CIOs to their counterparts across our global network of customers to share experience.”

The Dedalus Group is a healthcare and diagnostic software provider in Europe and one of the largest in the world. Starting in 2016, Dedalus has decided to accelerate its expansion strategy by targeting a growing demand for innovative and comprehensive ICT and Clinical transformation solutions.

The company recently completed acquisitions of DXC’s healthcare provider software business in April 2021 and part of Agfa’s healthcare business in May 2020.

These acquisitions have consolidated Dedalus’ leadership as pan-European player in healthcare software industry, with a market leading position in hospital IT and diagnostics in Germany, Italy and France, with a strong footprint in Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, China, Brazil and several locations in the Latin America, Middle East and Africa, reaching over 30 different countries.