Digitalisation at Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Trust

Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust supports 400,000 people. Diagnostic & Imaging Manager Kris Weavill and CIO Shauna McMahon tell us how

Across the world, healthcare organisations are taking the lessons they’ve learned during COVID-19 and using them to make their service safer for staff and patients, as well as more efficient. Digitalisation is a huge part of this growth.

Shauna McMahon is the Group Chief Information Officer for Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. She is a member of both of the hospital boards, as well as the two executive teams. She’s learned a lot about the NHS since arriving from Canada in 2015.

“I thought it would be an interesting experience!”

Kris Weavill is the Diagnostic and Imaging Systems manager for North Lincoln. 

“My role now is around the frontline management of our radiology, cardiology, medical physics and nuclear medicine suite of software,” he says. “It's an interesting role; I'm a technical specialist, but I'm also a liaison at a clinical level. I sit in the middle and do high-end technical work, project management and business case management. I even have responsibilities at an operational level as there are patient pathways that my team are responsible for.”

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