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Webinar: Digital Maturity Assessment – North West ISD led Peer Validation pilot

  •  12 January 2018
     12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    In association with

    •  12 January 2018
       12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    The North West Informatics Skills (ISD) Network has been running their Excellence-in-Informatics (workforce) Accreditation scheme for a number of years, 33% of organisations are currently accredited to the level 1 standards. NW ISD volunteered this year to pilot a peer validation process for the Digital Maturity Assessment. Six organisations (including one Mental Health Trust) participated in this process which involved gathering of evidence and face to face peer meetings to discuss finding and ratings.

    Outline
    David Sgorbati – background and update on Digital Maturity Assessment
    John Glover – Why North West were keen to participate, brief explanation of Excellence in Informatics scheme
    Christine Banks – Process, findings and outcomes of peer validation pilot
    Sandra Siwiak / Darran Hague – Evidence collection and peer discussions – what was it like!

    Organisations involved in the pilot
    • University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust – Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
    • Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
    • Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Presenters:
    David Sgorbati, Senior Project Manager, NHS England
    John Glover, Chief Information Officer, Bay Health & Care partners
    Christine Banks, NW Informatics Skills Development Manager at the NW Skills Development Network
    Sandra Siwiak, EPR Programme Director, St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals
    Darran Hague, Head of Corporate Information, St Helens and Knowsley Hospital NHS Trust

    Digital Maturity Slides

    Digital Maturity Assessment – North West ISD led Peer Validation pilot-20180112 1304-1 (6) from Katerina Loucka on Vimeo.

    Digital Health webinar will ask