Digital Health CCIO Survey Report, 2016
The CCIO Survey Report, 2016 is based on the third annual survey of CCIOs on the skills, experiences and challenges of the role. The results of the survey were used to inform the 2016 Wachter Review, which identified the CCIO role as critical to NHS digitisation. The report provides an insight into how the CCIO audience works and the challenges they need support with; highlights the growing acceptance of how crucial the role is to enable the clinical benefits of digitisation to be achieved; illustrates the roles that CCIOs today are playing and the direction of travel and the support networks and career progression needed to further embed this role within the NHS.
Digital Health NHS Cyber Security Survey Report, 2016
This report is published at a time where cyber security is becoming a significant threat to the NHS. Over the next 12 months, NHS IT leaders expect cyber security threats to become a growing issue and a subject to more attacks, leading their organisation to increase spend in this area. The Digital Health NHS Cyber Security Survey Report, 2016 provides invaluable insight into types of cyber security attacks impacting the NHS, mobile device threats, preparedness of staff for cyber security threats and overall perceptions of the impact of cyber risks on the delivery of services. This report also outlines the current and future priorities of surveyed specialists within the cyber security arena from trusts and boards across the UK.
Market Forecast, NHS IT spend in the UK, 2015–21
This market forecast for NHS IT spending in the UK is being published at a time of considerable uncertainty for the health service, its finances, and its technology response. The NHS in England has known that it was likely to come under considerable financial pressure since 2008, when its former chief executive, Sir David Nicholson, warned that it needed to find “unprecedented” efficiency savings to bridge a growing gap between funding and demand.