Local Digital Roadmaps survey results
- Over three quarters of respondents are only involved in one Local Digital Roadmap (LDR).
- Respondents felt more progress had been made in agreeing goals and strategies than in setting an achievable plan and timeline, with a number commenting that timelines were ‘unrealistic’.
- Most respondents felt involved in the LDR development process, with just 12% saying they were ‘not actively involved or consulted’. However engagement of clinicians and the public was fairly low at this stage.
- Respondents were neutral about the benefit of the Digital Maturity Index, with some saying it was a helpful benchmark and conversation starter, whereas others felt it was subjective and didn’t offer anything new.
- When considering the impact of the LDRs on other workstreams, most respondents felt it would have a helpful impact on paper-free ambitions, existing digital projects and transforming patient care in the local area.
- Looking at the process so far respondents felt the biggest challenges had been around resources (both time and money) to commit to the project, and that the area that was working well was the regional collaboration. When asked what additional support would be most useful this again focussed on resources
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