Our partnership at Norfolk and Waveney has nine members, but we also work closely with our local healthwatch organisations, district councils, the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector and others. We plan to become a truly high performing system, embedding ways of working that are successful in the longer-term. We already have so many impressive examples of local team working, patient engagement and innovation. Together, we will build from the bottom up, support the front line and put patients, families and communities front and central to everything we do.
We’re looking for a Director of Digital & Data to work as part of a dynamic team leading the development and delivery of the long-term Digital Transformation strategy of the Integrated Care Board (ICB). The role reports directly to the ICB Director of Performance, Transformation and Strategy and is professionally accountable to the national CIO.
This is a fantastic and far-reaching opportunity. You will be driving the ICB’s progress towards meeting the What Good Looks Like framework, and the forthcoming Target State Architecture. You will also work with digital teams across the ICS, leading and defining the system Digital Strategy, to ensure it reflects and integrates the strategies of our partners.
Norfolk and Waveney has great potential. Your expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm for digital transformation, digital leadership, digital innovation, and change projects will help us deliver ambitious and strategic programme goals and benefits for our patients and citizens, supporting better care, quality and productivity.
The formation of the new Integrated Care System comes at a time when the health service and our partners from all sectors must do more to help people with long term and chronic conditions live well. As a unitary board, we’ll be working together to improve outcomes in population health and healthcare, tackle inequalities, enhance productivity and value for money and help the NHS support broader social and economic development.
We plan to become a truly high performing system, embedding ways of working that are successful in the longer-term. We already have so many impressive examples of local team working, patient and citizen engagement and innovation. Together, we will build from the bottom up, support the front line and put patients, families and communities first in everything we do.
This is a pivotal moment in time and our opportunity to prove that integrated care is the way forward, that we can deliver new services that support our population with the needs they have today, and that everyone working in health and social care can thrive and enjoy a good work-life balance.
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