As 2019 draws to a close, Ade Byrne, chief information officer at Southampton University Hospital, looks back at the year in healthcare IT.
Former NHS England CIO Will Smart discusses IT leadership changes, learning from WannaCry and the future of the GDE and LHCRE programmes in an exclusive exit interview for Digital Health News.
The role involves working with the CEO and CCIO at NHSX to help deliver the missions of the organisation, and the long-term plan commitments.
Kinnear said the picture at the centre was already confused with multiple organisations, with the addition of NHSX muddling this further.
A spokesperson for NHSX confirmed to Digital Health News that Sam Shah left the position after his contract ended on October 31.
The agreement allows BCS members to access CHIME’s online materials and gain admission to the CHIME Healthcare CIO qualification programme.
From working in a Marks and Spencer store right up winning CIO of the Year at the Digital Health Awards, Mandy Griffin, looks back at her career.
Kinnear will leave his role in March 2020, telling Digital Health News it had been “a really tough decision” to step down.
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Ade Byrne, CIO at Southampton University Hospital, shares his thoughts on best of breed (BoB) integrators,ahead of hosting a dedicated event on 23 October.
NHS Digital’s deputy CEO will leave the organisation in December to pursue a consulting career, and joins a growing list of high-profile exits from the NHS in 2019.