CCIO Azfal Chaudhry at Cambridge University Hospitals chooses a Hollywood A-Lister to play him and rates the humble headphones as his favourite technology.
Few healthcare IT projects have generated quite as many headlines as the initially-troubled deployment of Epic at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Three years on, Laura Stevens visits the organisation to check in on progress and plans for the future.
Professor Carsten Maple will address emerging threats, including from the internet of things, in his presentation at Public Cyber Security, 7 December. In the first of our profiles of speakers at the event, Maple talks to Vivienne Raper about the cyber security threats facing public services, and suggests how the NHS could better have handled WannaCry.
A key part of the success of the annual Summer Schools has been the participation of a growing band of CCIOs and CIOs from Ireland, here they offer some reflections on stories from the event.
In our first chief nursing information officer profile, we are talking to Helen Balsdon, CNIO, at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Keith McNeil, CCIO for NHS England, talks about why he took up the role, who he admires in the industry and who he’d like to play him in a film of his life.
Joe McDonald, chair of the CCIO Network and Digital Health’s sometimes travel editor, is inspired by his use of next generation banking in Berlin and asks whether a similarly courageous and forward-thinking attitude could be applied to healthcare IT.
Forget ransomware, healthcare security is being held hostage by the Internet of Things, warns Digital Health’s cyber columnist Davey Winder.
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At the CIO Summer School, University of Manchester, last week Rachel Dunscombe, David Haider and Ian Pettigrew ran a workshop examining the keys to leadership of adaptive systems, a key theme of the Wachter Review.