NHS England’s chief digital officer is stepping down from the position to affix a web-based GP session supplier.
LIVI confirmed to Digital Well being Information that Juliet Bauer might be becoming a member of the corporate in April 2019 to take up a world product position.
Bauer mentioned: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of LIVI at such an thrilling time for digital well being.
“Know-how has the facility to ship a step-change in medical care and affected person expertise.
“I’m wanting ahead to serving to LIVI broaden their excellent service to ship on the NHS’ long run plan, in addition to supporting their progress globally”.
Bauer, who was NHS England’s first chief digital officer, has been a key determine within the ‘Empower the Individual’ programme and has overseen quite a few tasks such because the NHS App and NHS 111 on-line.
Her new position at LIVI will contain working with well being providers the world over to help them of their transformation to a digital first method to major care.
Based in Sweden in 2015, LIVI permits sufferers to entry on-line consultations through their GP apply and has delivered over half one million consultations throughout Europe.
The service, which works by the title KRY in Sweden, was launched within the UK in 2018 after partnering up with GP practices in North West Surrey and the North West of England.
Luke Buhl-Nielsen, nation director of LIVI UK mentioned: “We’re extremely excited to have Juliet be part of the LIVI group.
“Her unrivalled expertise inside NHS England and the broader Well being and Social Care Digital Transformation program throughout a interval of unprecedented change is invaluable as we work alongside the well being service to ship a digital imaginative and prescient for major care and remodel outcomes for sufferers in all places”.