Digital Maturity Assessments / Digital Maturity Index: Concepts and Guidance (NHS England / NIB)

Summary

The Digital Maturity Index is about measuring use of information technology (IT) to improve patient safety and outcomes, reduce bureaucracy and achieve greater efficiencies in the NHS.

The Digital Maturity Assessment Programme involves assessing (i) effectiveness in the use of technology regarding digital care records, transfers of care and medicines management, and (ii) developing a framework for use across acute, mental health, community, ambulance and social care settings.

The digital maturity index will help local clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) to assess progress towards eradicating the use of paper in the treatment of patients across all health and care services by 2020, and to allocate resources effectively.

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Digital maturity self-assessment guidance launched. London: NHS England, November 4th 2015.

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Digital Maturity Assessment. London: NHS England, November 2015.

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The Forward View Into Action. Paper-free at the point of care: completing the Digital Maturity Self-assessment. London: National Information Board (NIB), November 3rd 2015.

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