Two “robodocs” working across the north west of England have spoken about how they helped develop a tele-neonatology programme in response to Covid-19.
In a column for Digital Health, Joe McDonald, stresses why the public needs to get behind the NHS Covid-19 app in order to beat the virus.
Health Education England (HEE) is looking for ten CCIOS, CIOs, CNIOs and digital leaders to take part in a informatics forecasting exercise.
One theme raised during the Digital Health Network: Midlands regional event was making sure the NHS has the right structures built.
A guide designed to help trust leaders support NHS boards to lead their organisations into the next stage of digitisation has been published.
Many nurses and allied health professionals who are working in healthcare IT feel their role should be certified, a Digital Health survey has revealed.
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Inclusion in the decision-making process is vital, the NHSX CNIO says, as is encouraging digital nurses to bring other nurses along on the journey.
Joe McDonald has said he is “excited” to be taking on new role as medical director of Sleepstation as he moves on from the Great North Care Record.
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Natasha Phillips, who has been a nurse for 26 years, is the current chief nursing information officer at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Matthew Gould and Dr Simon Eccles, CEO and deputy CEO of NHSX, confirmed two new roles would be created to strengthen digital transformation.