Digital Health Networks, the collaboration and best practice community of NHS IT leaders, has welcomed its 5000th member.
The Digital Health Summer Schools have gone virtual this year, with two days of online learning, networking and collaboration expected to take place.
Clinicians should make use of avialable tools like online CBT, video consultations and apps as the NHS adapts to a digital-first approach, practioners said.
Matthew Gould and Dr Simon Eccles, CEO and deputy CEO of NHSX, confirmed two new roles would be created to strengthen digital transformation.
Hancock said he had directed NHSX to ensure the Digital Ready Workforce Programme was “seriously stepped up in scope and ambition”.
The Digital Health Networks have sent an open letter to Matthew Gould and Dr Simon Eccles on the steps needed to get CCIOs and CIOs on NHS boards.
Being buried alive under paper medical records or hearing the screams of staff having to log into multiple systems? This is what our ghoulish members said.
In his first column as the new chair of the CCIO Network, James Reed looks ahead to the coming challenges and next phase of development for the profession.
Fiona McDonald, who was recently elected to the CCIO Advisory Panel, talks about the challenges of working in a man’s world and a number of other topics.
As the year draws to a close the leaders of the CCIO and CIO networks share their take on the key developments of the year.