The former chief executive of NHS Digital, Andy Williams, has now joined leading European digital health company, Zesty as its Board Advisor.
Movers and Shakers round-up includes movements across various industry organisations including Papworth Hospital and the Professional Record Standards Body.
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From the email blunder that caused #replyallgate, to news that NHS England was going to spend £100 million on ‘exemplar’ trusts, there was plenty for Digital Health News readers to read in 2016.
People and policies came and went at the top of healthcare IT, but some trusts pushed on with major projects and news emerged of tech developments that might shape the years ahead. Lyn Whitfield reviews 2016.
NHS Digital is to start rolling out its expanded portfolio of CareCERT cyber security services across health and social care.
The new director of the government’s online identity scheme has raised the possibility of rolling out the service in the NHS, despite concerns about its security.
Parts of the controversial care.data programme could live on but with fewer options for patients to opt-out, MedConfidential has warned.
Care.data has been officially dead for more than a month, but its legacy is far from buried. Ben Heather takes another look at the devil in the detail of the Caldicott 3 report.
Company says the sign-off will open the door to more digital tools for patients.
Three trusts have been granted central funding to deploy Lorenzo as an electronic patient record system, as part of the deal agreed between the Department of Health and CSC in 2012.