Spotlight on CCIOs: how is the CCIO role continuing to evolve?
Join us for this thought provoking spotlight session to about how CCIO roles are continuing to evolve. Our panel of up-and-coming CCIOs from across the NHS will share their career experiences to date and offer personal guidance and insights to current and aspiring CCIOs.
Chair: Ramandeep Kaur, CCIO – University Hospitals of Northamptonshire
CCIO and Digital Director – NHS Gloucestershire ICB
CCIO – South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Barbara Arroyo is the new interim chief clinical information officer at South London and Maudsley NHS trust. She has been working as a consultant psychiatrist in adult mental health for the last ten years. She was always interested in digital health from a clinical perspective and last year took the opportunity to join the digital health team in the organisation as joint deputy with a fellow colleague. During COVID she realised the potential for digital transformation and has chosen this as her career path. She is currently a fellow in the digital health London pioneer fellowship and has been offered a place on the NHS Digital Academy leadership programme starting in September 2021. She likes working with people, improving processes and care, networking with colleagues and learning in academic courses.
Associate CCIO – Midlands Partnership NHS FT
Rachel has worked for NHS with Midlands Partnership University FT (MPFT) since 2005 and is a professional Social worker (SWE80034). Rachel has worked in Children’s mental health over 20 years and recently moved into digital role as Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer. Her aim is to encourage inclusive, accessible digital solutions to support everyone’s mental health.
CCIO – University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust
Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer, Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
CCIO – Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
CCIO – York and Scarborough Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
CCIO – Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust