NHS Providers | March 2020 | NHSX tech plan for health and care on the day briefing
NHSX has published its tech plan for health and care, setting out its vision for how technology will support the ambitions of the long term plan.
The tech plan builds on the principles set out in the secretary of state’s statement on the future of health care, published in 2018 as well as the NHSX mission statement published last year. The aim of the tech plan is to describe how the deliverables in the long term plan will be achieved through digitisation. The long term plan committed every NHS provider to have achieved a core level of digitisation by 2024.
The tech plan defines this level of digitisation as:
• Decent hardware (e.g. replacement of old laptops)
• Adequate networks (powered by full fibre and 5G)
• Integrated systems that allow flexibility in managing clinical and operational workflows
The briefing is available from NHS Providers
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