Civica to donate £5 to Action for Children for every completed survey
Tim Kelsey has recently described urgent action on health service digitisation as “a moral imperative”.
NHS England’s outgoing national director for patients and information argued “patients are put at risk where paper is the currency of clinical practice”, pointing to evidence that electronic prescribing systems halve medication errors.
HSJ is keen to understand whether provider chief executives and chief technology officers share this belief that digitisation is a priority.
To do so, we are running a brief survey and would be grateful for your views. If you are a chief executive or chief technology officer it would be great if you could complete our survey.
It takes no more than 15 minutes to complete, and answers will help inform a forthcoming article in HSJ.
For each survey completed, our partner Civica will donate £5 to Action for Children, a charity working to make life better for the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people.