Digital Health and Care Wales is delighted to announce the appointment of Sam Lloyd into the position of Executive Director of Operations.
The DHCW procurement team have been highly commended at the Go Awards in the collaborative procurement category for their work on the All Wales Microsoft Enterprise Agreement.
The NHS Wales Health Collaborative Executive Group has agreed that the Laboratory Information Network Cymru (LINC) and Radiology Informatics System Procurement (RISP) Digital Programmes will transfer to Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW).
DHCW is establishing a renewed focus in the area of research and innovation, growing on the work it already undertakes with partner organisations across Wales in the areas of improvement, innovation and research in health and social care.
An innovative partnership is announced between the Centre for Digital Public Services (CDPS) and Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW).
A framework contract for new and improved hospital e-prescribing and medicines administration has been agreed.
On Wednesday 26th October, a joint scrutiny session into Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) and digital transformation across NHS Wales will take place at the Senedd.
Marilyn Bryan-Jones, recently appointment as an Independent Board Member at DHCW, has won an award at the Black History Wales National Community Awards for Wales 2022 for her contributions to race equality and inclusion.
The DHCW procurement team have been announced as finalists in the Go Awards Wales, celebrating procurement achievements from across Wales’ public, private and third sector organisations.
The new NHS Wales Microsoft Centre of Excellence (CoE) created an emergency operating model for NHS 111 Wales, after one of its supplier’s IT systems had to be shut down following a UK-wide cyber attack.
The Bowel Screening Information Management System (BSIMS) developed and supported by Digital Health and Care Wales is being used in the expansion of the Bowel screening programme to people aged 55, 56 and 57.
Last week we co-hosted with Cwmpas and the Wales Council for Voluntary Action a digital summit which explored how the public sector working with and through the voluntary sector can much better deliver inclusion in digital innovation.
DHCW has signed a Digital Inclusion Charter at a first Digital Summit event held to bring together health, care and the voluntary sectors to collaborate on how digital tools can support and enable inclusion in Wales.
Ifan Evans, Executive Director of Strategy, DHCW, and Stuart Morris, Director of Digital, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board will be leading a #WellbeingforWales webinar on the topic of digital transformation.
DHCW has been announced as a finalist in the Mental Health and Wellbeing Wales Awards.
The DHCW Service Management team have been announced as finalists in the team of the year category at the Professional Service Management Awards 2022.
Marilyn Bryan-Jones and Alistair Klaas Neill GM will take up positions as Independent Members (IMs) on the Digital Health and Care Wales’ Board from September 2022.
It is with the deepest sorrow that all of us at Digital Health and Care Wales pay tribute to HM Queen Elizabeth II and a life dedicated to our nation for 70 years.
Digital Health and Care Wales has been shortlisted for two 2022 UK IT Industry Awards by the BCS.
Digital Health and Care Wales is hosting a virtual recruitment open day on Friday 16 September 2022 to recruit technical leads and developers for NHS Wales’ national Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence.