In this session our experts discuss complimentary perspectives on building high functioning digital teams. Including enabling digital leadership from the front line with Junior doctors as CMIOs and enabling junior clinicians to have formal roles in digital transformation and help to create the next generation of digital leader. Explore one trusts journey in terms of leadership, team capability, portfolio management and tools and structures. And hear how a collaborative trust is working towards a complete digital first care services throughout the patient journey, from admission to ED, to the inpatient ward, and out into the community.
Dr Rupert Bright
CMIO, royal free London NHS FT
assistant director of digital transformation and innovation, Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust
Daniela juggles a portfolio career spanning executive leadership, Health-tech entrepreneurship and an part-time Computer Science PhD on Artificial Intelligence. Daniela’s work at Bucks NHS Trust focuses on providing a strategic view of a multi-million IT capital portfolio, seeking to ensure the right combination of teams, systems and processes to digitise healthcare. With a career spanning C-suite level roles, Ex-Deloitte, Ex-World Bank, Daniela helps boards use data insights, AI and technology, rooting change in kindness to bring together hearts and minds when undertaking digital transformation.
deputy director of digital, Bolton NHS FT
Maddie began her NHS career as an NHS Informatics Graduate Management Trainee, and has been Deputy Director of Digital and Data Services at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust for the last 18 months. Her broad experience working in both digital and non-digital roles has given her a unique perspective on what is needed to build effective digital teams, which she has demonstrated through the successful deployment and configuration of the trust’s electronic patient record.
Daniela Valdes, Maddie Szekely, Rupert Bright