LONDON, September 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Brand new eBook reveals main challenges facing NHS and private informatics leaders in the ever-changing health landscape
The conversation is no longer about the targets which the Government has set. NHS Informatics leaders across the country are instead focusing on how they are going to address the problems which arise as they try to achieve the tasks within the set deadlines:
- How to maintain and upgrade infrastructure to support the adoption of new systems
- How to tackle the interim clinical risk of having a mixed economy of paper and electronic records
- How to integrate multiple systems into one platform or front end
- How to manage the higher level of data, the use and analysis of it cleverly
- How to share data across primary, secondary, social and mental care
- How to build a secure mobile strategy to deliver new digital data to clinicians at the point of care
The editorial team at the Healthcare IT Exchange has created an exclusive eBook to help informatics leaders broach these challenges: Healthcare IT Leaders eBook: Driving System Integration to Connect the Organisations
In the eBook:
- The CCIO for NHS Cumbria discusses the main challenges he faced when enabling interoperability and integration
- The Head of IT and Infrastructure for Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust explains how he implemented new software to expand the network whilst securing patient records
In addition the Director of IM&T, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, the IT Director at Bupa Health and Wellbeing and the Assistant Director of IM&T Infrastructure at the London Ambulance Service provide insights into securing investment and keeping projects on track.
PLUS! What steps you can take to ensure you move patient records online efficiently.
The themes of this eBook will be discussed in more detail at the Healthcare IT Exchange (1st-3rd December, Birmingham). For more information or to request your invitation to attend visit http://bit.ly/1pP1Ct0, call +44-(0)207-368-9484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.