Keystream Group have a fantastic opportunity for a Chief Nursing Information Officer role withing the NHS. The role is a temporary basis initially for 3 months and is to start ASAP. The successful candidate will have a nursing professional qualification and advanced clinical qualifications and evidence of ongoing professional development. Furthermore, the successful candidate should have an appreciation of the relationship between the Department of Health, NHS England and NHS Improvement and individual provider and commissioning organisations and also previously been responsible for a budget, involved in budget setting and working knowledge of financial processes.
As the CNIO you will be working a number of projects including:
Co-lead a large scale programme of works to roll out of digital support and monitoring of Restore 2 to support 5,000 care home beds, hospital at home, heart failure pathway and physical health checks for mental health
Clinical safety report (DB160) with support;
End user testing processes for the roll out of digital monitoring at scale
Key Responsibilities for this role will include:
Overall responsibility for clinical information and digital safety and compliance with all nursing related standards, protocols and guidelines.
Accountability for the scope and progress of clinical workforce development within digital programmes and pathway transformation working closely with the SRO Workforce.
Manage the clinical safety approval and assurance process working with a range of suppliers.
Identify, report on and manage clinical risks and take appropriate steps to mitigate all identified risks and issues.
Ensure controls are in place to assess the impact of changes introduced within programmes managed under the Transformation Portfolio with respect to clinical safety and patient outcomes.
Lead and develop a nursing and AHP informatics team.
If you have the skills for this role please forward your CV for an immediate interview.