Recently, you may be hearing more and more about our newly established DCF Programme, and you might be thinking, what does this actually mean? How does this affect me? What will this deliver?
To avoid yet another NHS acronym causing confusion, we want to set the record straight!
In response to mounting concerns regarding NHS waiting lists and the management of lower back pain, a dynamic collaborative team, backed by Ben Jeeves, AHP Professional Lead, Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer (ACCIO), and Clinical Safety Officer (CSO), along with Dominic Ellington, Operational Manager, and Associate Chief Clinical Informatics Officer, has spearheaded the development of pioneering digital solutions.
The Digital Angels in MPFT's Digital Team have been recognised with high commendation for their exceptional work in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, by RLDatix. Their dedication to fostering an inclusive digital environment sets an inspiring example for the industry, showcasing their commitment to equity.
In a remarkable achievement that speaks volumes about trust, a positive culture, and a forward-looking digital strategy, Martyn Perry, Director of Digital Transformation and Deputy Chief Digital Information Officer (CDIO) at Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT), has been recognised as one of the UK's top technology leaders by the esteemed CIO 100 Awards UK.
On September 12th, as a part of End Digital Poverty Day in collaboration with Digital Poverty Alliance, and as part of our ongoing commitment to enhancing digital literacy within our health and care services within the Digital Strategy, the MPFT Digital team embarked on a journey by organising three digital skills sessions over three days.
MPFT is thrilled to share the news that our Children and Families Mental Health Service in South Staffordshire has been honored with the 'Reducing Health Inequalities through Digital' HSJ Digital Award during the awards ceremony held on 22 June 2023
The award recognises the Trust's efforts to combat digital poverty and include digitally marginalised individuals by providing them with digital technology in their homes. This initiative has received national recognition, including winning the NHS Parliamentary Awards Future NHS category.