Dr Foster Health Luminary Awards 2020

Digitally savvy CEO or Board

We are asking a series of questions to find out more about how your CEO or board are using digital technology to improve how the organisation is run either from a governance or operational perspective. This category is open to all NHS organisations and integrated care systems.

Submission questions

  • How far has your organisation progressed towards becoming paperless?
  • How has digital technology adoption been championed by the CEO/board?
  • How is informatics represented at board level?
  • How is digital technology being used to improve governance or operational performance?
  • What initiatives have been undertaken in your organisation to improve data literacy?
  • How is the adoption or use of digital technology benefiting staff and/or patients?
  • Is there any additional information you would like to provide to supplement this entry?

Criteria and scoring

Criteria Score
Progress How far has your organisation progressed with becoming a paperless organisation? What digital technology has been adopted? 20
Adoption How has adoption of digital technology been championed by the CEO/Board? What initiatives have been developed to increase awareness and adoption? 20
Representation What informatics job role is represented on the board? How is the informatics team engaging with the CEO or board? 10
Governance/ performance improvement How is digital technology helping to transform the organisation? How is it helping to improve governance and/or performance? 20
Data literacy What initiatives have been undertaken in your organisation to improve data literacy? How is this prioritised/championed? What training is in place for staff to improve their data literacy? 10
Benefits How is the adoption or use of digital technology benefitting staff and/or patients? How is the impact or outcome on staff or patients evidenced? 20
Total 100

How to enter

You can enter the ‘Digitally savvy CEO or board’ category for the Dr Foster Health Luminary 2020 awards here. The deadline for entries is Thursday 5 March 2020.

We recommend that you save your response text in Word or another programme before completing the form to avoid losing any content. Each question response should be no more than 500 words.

You can also submit up to five supporting documents to support your entry.