Congratulations to Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, City of Wolverhampton Council and Housing partners who, as part of the Better Care Fund (BCF), have been shortlisted for a Nursing Times Award in the Technology and Data in the Nursing category.
The Technology and Data in Nursing award recognises initiatives that have used technology and data in an innovative and person-focused way to improve healthcare provision. The CCG, along with its BCF partners and Fibonacci (the software supplier), has demonstrated this through its use of a ground breaking system which enables a more joined up way of working between health and social care teams. This means that partners have key information so that they can work together to develop and deliver joint, person centred care plans.
Everybody involved is delighted to have been shortlisted for this award and are looking forward to the next stages of the judging that are due to take place on 24 September 2018.