Gerry Bolger, CNIO at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust believes that delivering on its GDE vision will be the biggest achievement over the next year for the London trust.
This month’s Movers and Shakers round-up brings news of healthcare IT appointments from across the Irish sea as well as across England. We also report on the former telecommunications and internet firm chief executive who is now the government’s preferred candidate for chairperson of NHS Improvement.
The high-profile NHS Digital Academy is set to kick off in April next year with its new chief executive Rachel Dunscombe announcing that it will no longer be exclusively for digital leaders from GDEs and their Fast Followers.
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We chat to Nick Venters, CCIO at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust who reveals the organisation’s most significant digital achievement in the past 12 months – and talks about what’s to come.
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Movers and Shakers round-up includes movements across various industry organisations including Papworth Hospital and the Professional Record Standards Body.
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The NHS Digital Academy has been officially launched, in a move described as the marking the start of establishing informatics as a profession.
Keith McNeil, the first CCIO for NHS England, talks to Digital Health News – reflecting on his role, achievements and challengers his successor faces.
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CCIO Azfal Chaudhry at Cambridge University Hospitals chooses a Hollywood A-Lister to play him and rates the humble headphones as his favourite technology.
This month’s Movers and Shakers round-ups features appointments across various industry organisations including BenevolentAI, Xerox and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.