HEE calls on NHS digital leaders to help shape future workforce
Health Education England (HEE) is looking for ten CCIOS, CIOs, CNIOs and digital leaders to take part in a informatics forecasting exercise.
Edinburgh Uni to launch £20m research centre to transform later life care
The Uni has partnered with Legal & General to offer a 7-year research programme across medicine, life sciences, engineering, informatics and data sciences.
Digital leaders debate best of breed approach to NHS IT
The event sought to determine whether ‘best of breed’ approaches could deliver the same level of digital maturity as ‘big box’ solutions.
Lancashire trust tightens IT security bootstraps with ‘gold standard’ accreditation
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust has been accredited an ISO 27001 certification in information security following an independent assessment.
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GOSH looks to DRIVE healthcare technology forward
The hospital has launched a new informatics hub which aims to revolutionise clinical practice and enhance the patient experience,
Bradford Teaching Hospitals to scale ‘wall of analytics’ with new command centre
The new data command centre at Bradford Royal Infirmary will draw data from multiple IT systems to help staff direct resources more effectively across the 800-bed hospital.
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Digital Health partners with RCP’s Health Informatics Unit
Digital Health has partnered up with the Health Informatics Unit of the Royal College of Physicians to support the promotion of technology to improve the delivery of safe care, clinical leadership in technology initiatives and professionalisation of health informatics.
The CIO interview: Phillipa Winter, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
This week we’re chatting to Phillipa Winter, who tells us why a strong voice and an open ear is key to becoming a more effective NHS CIO.
Integrated care record goes live in Doncaster
Doncaster CCG was due to launch its IDCR in March 2018, but this was pushed back following delays suffered during proof-of-concept stages.
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System C to deliver unified child health record in South West England
The shared system will combine 708,000 child health records from acute hospitals, CCGs, local authorities and GP practices in the South West.