Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO)
NHS England and NHS Improvement - London SE1
£75,914 - £87,754 a year
The Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO) is a new leadership role in London. Working with the Regional Chief Nursing Office and Regional Director of Digital Transformation & their teams, the post holder will deliver identified priorities and demonstrate exemplary clinical credibility with nurses, midwives and others across the health & care system. The CNIO will provide expert clinical advice and guidance to support the development of the Strategic Digital Investment Framework for London and associated delivery programmes.
During 2021/22, the post holder will deliver on the following priorities:
1. To empower nurses and midwives to engage with and influence digital transformation in organisations and ICSs,
2. To raise the profile of nurses working in digital transformation,
3. Working with teams across London help identify, agree and deliver a pan London initiative building on the changes made during the pandemic, e.g. virtual consultations, remote monitoring, etc.;
4. Working with Health Education England, to map nursing and midwifery digital capability so as to develop a plan for London,
5. To facilitate a London CNIO network
They will be responsible for the clinical safety of systems and processes in the design, implementation and use of technology solutions to deliver improvements in the quality and patient safety
They will also promote innovation and champion the development of a clinically appropriate information culture across the organisation. Promoting the effective use of data for nursing outcomes, knowledge and technology to support quality improvements and nursing informatics research, which will benefit service users in their recovery and support carers.
The CNIO will support a sustainable governance framework for the review and development of evidenced based clinical content for Electronic Patient Records.
The post holder will work closely with the digital leaders across London. It will be expected they be involved in the national digital strategic nursing agenda and the development of patient facing digital approaches. The post holder will need to be informed of the national direction of nursing informatics leadership. As a member of the CNIO national network the postholder will have the opportunity for networking and learning opportunities from other strategic nursing informatics leaders.
Please note that the reason for the fixed term nature of the contract is availability of funding.