The results are in and Digital Health News can reveal that an overwhelming majority of readers are in favour of CIOS and CCIOs being executive board members.
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Andy Vernon, chief information officer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, tells us why he’d like to travel back in time to meet a bongo-playing Nobel Prize winner in this week’s CIO interview.
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Southampton University Hospital’s pioneering use of personal health records is speeding up patients’ treatment and reducing the need for hospital visits.
Philippa Graves, CIO at Luton and Dunstable Hospital Foundation Trust, one of the 16 hospital GDEs, explains why understanding business goals is so important, why allied health professionals need more recognition, and admits she can’t resist a vanilla latte.
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Joe mourns the original Batman, reflects on why healthcare IT needs a Bat Signal, and ponders how one has been informally created through the Health CIO and CCIO Networks.
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Lisa Emery, CIO at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, talks to Digital Health News about the importance of resilience and why she hates jam doughnuts.
NHS England is hoping to train 300 NHS staff to become “digital leaders” by 2021 by running them through 12-month training course.
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Mark Thomas believes his early training as an engineer equipped him for his role as director of health informatics at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. He explains to Paul Curran.
The chief information officer of a US hospital is a powerful figure, reporting directly to the chief executive. It wasn’t always so, explains Neil Versel, in the second of EHI’s features on senior information leaders in America.