24 April 2014 16:24


CCIO Resources

CCIO Resources is a library of useful material to support the development of the chief clinical information officer role in the UK. Our aim is to grow this section to include a suite of job descriptions, personal profiles and evidence-based case studies of the benefits of CCIOs. Material can be uploaded by individuals and organisations, including those drawing on experiences from the US, continental Europe and Scotland.


Latest from the CCIO forum

Opportunity to help shape the new Masters in Clinical Bioinformatics (Health Informatics)

Over the last 12 or so months, the Health Education England (HEE) Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC) Team has been leading the development of the Healthcare Science Scientist Training Programme in Clinical Bioinformatics with specialisms in Genomic...

Clinical Risk Management Training Course

Did you know that since 1 April 2013, all NHS Trusts implementing eHealth systems must comply with safety standard ISB 0160? BT has been intimately involved in eHealth clinical risk management activities for nearly a decade. We have developed a tho...

Not Invented Here Syndrome

I have a question. Time and time again I hear NHS people tell me that 'we're not very good at sharing best practice'. In fact I've been hearing it for 13 years since I've managed the health sector. What needs to change? What other industry would rein...

Two are better than one - Nursing CCIOs and CNIOs needed too

The CCIO Leaders Network website this week has a profile of healthcare organisation with both a doctor and nurse in chief clinical information officer roles. NorthBay Healthcare is in California, but the model of a dynamic duo CCIO and CNIO partners...

FutureNova has released an article called New Age App Doctors

The article was released through International Hospital Federation Journal and features our work with iPads in the NHS. It highlights a new breed appearing in our junior doctors: http://t.co/3Wrbn6d4oL I am interested in your thoughts on iPad use w...



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