Digital Strategy: Leading the Culture Change in Health and Care – Next Steps

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In the Next Steps section of the ‘Digital Strategy’ there is an outline for how in 2013 the Department of Health will be benchmarked against the European Digital Capability Framework.

Context

The Department of Health published a paper in 2012 titled ‘Digital Strategy – Leading the Culture Change in Health and Care‘. This document is referenced in the paper ‘Personalised Health and Social Care 2020’.

The document ‘Digital Strategy – Leading the Culture Change in Health and Care’ is divided into the following sections

1. Digital and policy
2. Digital first communications
3. A digital department
4. A digital health and care system
5. Next steps

NHS Five Year Forward View

  • The NHS Five Year Forward view is a key document which extends from 2014-2019 The NHS Five Year Forward view contains a digital element.

NIB Framework

The NIB Framework consists of the following principles which are expanded upon in the Personalised Health and Social Care 2020 paper.

  1. Enabling the right health and care choices
  2. Giving care professionals and carers access to needed data, information and knowledge
  3. Making care quality transparent
  4. Building and sustaining public trust
  5. Bringing forwards life-saving treatments and supporting innovation and growth
  6. Supporting care professionals to make the best use of data and technology
  7. Assuring best value

The Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records

NIB Framework Derivative Documents

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