Next steps on digital maturity for NHS organisations. Learn how Digital Maturity Models will be evolved to be more useful for local organisations and how future investment will be linked to digital maturity scores.
assistant director of programmes – digital maturity, NHS England
digital maturity programme lead, NHS Transformation Directorate, NHS England
NHS England Delivery and engagement lead for Digital Maturity and Capabilities. I am an experienced programme manager, leading transformational NHS programmes of work at PCN, Place, System and a national platform. Passionate about improving patient outcomes, tackling unwarranted variation of outcomes in patients due to health inequality and data digital and technology enablement of integrated care based on population need.
chief nursing information officer, Health Innovation Manchester
I am a registered nurse with a clinical background in neonatal nursing, previously working in Neonatal units across Cheshire and Mersey and for the Neonatal Regional Transport team. Throughout my career I have held many posts ranging from staff nurse, ward manager and matron through to the role of Chief Nursing Informatics Officer. I have been a CNIO in 4 organisations and have supported and led the process of digitising Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health professionals in pre and post Electronic Patient Record go lives and beyond, enabling nurses to have an equal voice in the digital arena to ensure that information systems support nursing and allow more time for patient care, thereby reducing risk and improving quality and safety.
In my role as Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, I have participated and supported digital programmes for nurses locally, regionally and at national level. I have been responsible for strategic and operational nursing leadership in the development, deployment, re-engineering, optimisation and integration of clinical information systems to support nursing and patient care.
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