Whether you are interested in specific clinical systems, or the state of the NHS IT infrastructure as a whole, our library of reports offers insight gleaned from in-depth knowledge and high response samples from NHS organisations.
Infrastructure Market Snapshot Report 2018
The Digital Health Infrastructure Market Snapshot Report reveals the current position of IT infrastructure in the NHS today, and the plans of acute and mental health trusts to adopt growing technologies, such as the cloud. Key areas covered in the report include: the percentage of NHS trusts outsourcing elements of IT infrastructure; what trusts are currently delivering infrastructure through the cloud, and who is planning to; a view from the front line – exclusive insights on infrastructure priorities from NHS CIOs; where the main opportunities are for suppliers by category and time period; adoption trends for WIFI and NHSmail; trends in desktop operating systems.
NHS IT Leadership Survey Report, 2017
Digital Health’s NHS IT Leadership Survey, 2017 provides the most detailed snapshot of the priorities, plans, concerns, and sentiments of NHS IT leaders within the CCIO and Health CIO networks. The second edition of this annual survey re-asks many of the same questions first asked of NHS IT leaders in 2016, enabling comparisons and year-on-year changes to be identified. The report highlights: • How NHS IT leaders view the outlook for NHS digitisation in the coming years • When organisations anticipate they will receive funding • How IT budgets are changing • What the key next IT projects are for NHS organisations, and how this has changed since 2016 • Views on the current generation of clinical software
CDMI+36 - On track for paperless?
CDMI+36 plots the path to a paper-free NHS by 2020. Will NHS acute trusts meet the Paperless by 2020 target? It is three years since the launch of Digital Health’s Clinical Digital Maturity Index (CDMI), the NHS-specific comparative benchmark of hospitals’ adoption of clinical systems that has since been widely used to inform tech fund awards, digital maturity assessments and global digital exemplar selections. The CDMI+36 report provides an unparalleled view of technology adoption trends nationally, regionally and within individual acute trusts, based on the four annually collected data points now available. Based on the only data set of its kind available for the UK health IT market, CDMI+36 provides valuable insights to both suppliers and NHS organisations.