Simplifying funding for digital transformation projects
The Unified Tech Fund (UTF), part of the Who Pays for What strategy, seeks to simplify and consolidate the process for accessing technology funding
Once you have read the Unified Tech Fund prospectus, you can apply for funding
Ned Hobbs explains why upfront tech funding benefits patients and staff.
A place-based partnership approach to the Digital Aspirant programme will enable the advancements in digital maturity to benefit across the patient pathway
Kate Warriner explains why a unified tech fund matters.
Supporting Alder Hey’s vision to create the best experience and outcomes for children, young people and families through the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme
Professor Joe Harrison explains why a unified tech fund will help us invest in the best tech for our patients.
Richard Mitchell explains why upfront tech funding will ensure we design tech solutions that work best for patients and are best value for money.
Through the GDE programme the trust aimed to further accelerate already strong levels of digital maturity
Digital Aspirant funds have been used to upgrade networks and wifi, and purchase new devices which are being deployed over the summer of 2021
Supporting the recovery of cancer services, and their missing patients, long after COVID-19
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust was awarded £80k to improve cyber resilience.