CNIO of the Year 2019 Natasha Phillips speaks to Digital Health reporter Owen Hughes about the work – and the people – who won her the award.
BCS members will be able to access CHIME’s online materials and gain admission to the member organisation’s healthcare CIO qualification programme.
In a keynote at an event in London on 28 November, the health secretary spoke about leadership in the NHS and referenced the culture towards technology.
Sliding into the CNIO Interview hotseat this time around is Jackie Murphy, chief nurse and CNIO at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust – not to mention a winner at this summer’s Digital Health Awards. She tells us why nurses are so central to healthcare digitisation, why fragmented systems are the biggest barrier to transformation, and why Kathy Burke would play her in the film of her life.
Interoperability has become the highest single priority issue for NHS IT Leaders, according to the findings of the 2018 NHS IT Leadership Survey.
Last week saw the biggest and most successful Summer Schools yet, with 400 NHS IT leaders gathered at Birmingham University to accelerate NHS digitisation.
Jacqui talks about why she believes networking is an important skill for CNIOs and why she’s after Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s job.
Voting for the Digital Health Awards 2018 – the only awards is which the winners are decided by their peers – is now open, with a range of impressive nominees across all categories.
This week, Digital Health News speaks to Rachael Robins, who is an interim CNIO at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and is the first CNIO to be appointed in Wales.
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This week we are talking to Sharon Webb who is the CNIO at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (MKUH). Sharon talks about why she would advise other CNIOs to ‘remember the bigger picture’ and why she believes ward/department managers are ‘like superheroes’ in her eyes.