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Using a mixture of proprietary intelligence, HSJ Intelligence brings you the top strategic issues facing specific providers and health systems.

Register now for our 9 December webinar on digital maturity

The pandemic has underlined the urgent need for NHS trusts to improve their digital maturity and unleash the power of technology. Too many are still working with out-of-date IT,  but momentum is building at national level to change this.

The health and social care secretary last year launched the Digital Aspirant programme, which has provided tech funding for more than 50 trusts to be spent modernising their tech infrastructure.

In our next webinar, we’ll look at how those trusts have sought to digitise their services, what their main priorities are for digital transformation, and what lies ahead for the Digital Aspirant programme.

The one-hour session on 9 December, hosted by our tech correspondent Nick Carding, will cover:

  • How trusts with low digital maturity are modernising their IT infrastructure;
  • What digital products and solutions trusts are prioritising with nationally allocated funding;
  • How national NHS organisations plan to help trusts and integrated care systems transform their tech capability.


Register here for this event, which is free to HSJi subscribers.

Latest investigations                  

Coventry and Warwickshire ICS (Better Health, Better Care, Better Value)

Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership was approved as an integrated care system by NHS England in March 2021. The system has been placed by NHS England in segment 3 of its new performance regime. The system has four groups, with 1 being the strongest performers and 4 being those struggling most. This means the system is seen as having significant support needs and significant gaps in building the necessary capability and capacity for successful ICS delivery.  The system was selected by NHS England for the national accelerator programme to tackle the waiting list backlog from April to July 2021.

Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West ICS

The ICS has not experienced particularly high numbers of covid cases throughout the pandemic but services have still suffered.  The system is focusing on reducing high levels of diagnostic demand (particularly on MRI services), breast cancer referrals and urgent and emergency care activity in a bid to make operation of services more manageable over winter. There is also a focus on improving the ageing estate of the acute trusts.

Data

The following data was updated last week:

  • Beds Occupied of Acute,Sp,Com,MH in Q2 2021-22
  • Number of Beds of Acute,Sp,Com,MH in Q2 2021-22

 

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HSJI Experts

With unrivalled access to senior figures, NHS data sources and rigorous primary research, HSJ experts have a unique insight on the NHS, and deep understanding of the strategic issues facing NHS organisations and leadership teams. HSJi offers exclusive, predictive analysis explaining key trends and the specific NHS organisations that are likely to be affected.

Alastair McLellan

Alastair McLellan

Editor

Sharon Brennan

Sharon Brennan

Correspondent

Nicholas Carding

Nicholas Carding

Correspondent

Ben Clover

Ben Clover

Bureau Chief

Annabelle Collins

Annabelle Collins

Correspondent

Lawrence Dunhill

Lawrence Dunhill

Bureau Chief

Ben Heather

Ben Heather

Correspondent

Oliver Hudson

Oliver Hudson

Analyst

James Illman

James Illman

Correspondent

Jack Serle

Jack Serle

Correspondent

Rebecca Thomas

Rebecca Thomas

Correspondent

Dave West

Dave West

Senior Bureau Chief

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