Harnessing technology in a way that works for everyone
Digital technologies and artificial intelligence have the potential to revolutionise the way health and care services are delivered.
They can help drive improvements in quality and efficiency, as well as supporting patients to manage their own health and wellbeing.
We are committed to using technology in a way that works for everyone; helping make care better for patients and helping staff make the most of technology-driven healthcare.
The digital health programme for BOB ICS will build upon foundations laid down by the Oxford Academic Health Science Network through its work on the development of a digital roadmap.
The Programme has received an £11.43 million boost from NHS England, which will be matched locally by BOB ICS creating an £23 million budget.
12 projects have been approved across the three local areas; Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West
Key projects will include:
- A new pathology IT System for Oxfordshire
- Improvements to maternity electronic patient record in Berkshire West
- Using technology to support more flexible staff working and ways for patients to access information to help them look after their health in Buckinghamshire
- Supporting the development of a Local Health and Care Record Exemplar/ Digital Innovation Hub across BOB+ Frimley area