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The Connected Nottinghamshire Team

Andy has been the Programme Director for Connected Nottinghamshire leading an innovative and exciting Programme of work since December 2012. The programme involves all the Health and Social Care economy across Nottinghamshire. Connected Nottinghamshire is enabling integrated models of care via a portfolio of 150+ projects covering; infrastructure, Information Governance and Information Systems. These are the projects that drive the enablement of integrated care records. Leading Local Digital Roadmap for Nottinghamshire both Health and Social Care.
Dr. Trimble has been a GP in Sherwood for 22 years. He has been engaged in planning local health services since 1993, and was involved in establishing local primary care groups and later primary care trusts. He was Chair of the PCT’s Professional Executive Committee from 2011 to 2012 and worked as an Advisor to the Department of Health from 1996 to 2011. Ian is a member of the national Advisory Committee on Resource Allocation, which advises ministers about how NHS resources should be allocated. He was awarded an OBE in 2005. Ian leads on Information Technology and Medicines Management.
Alexis is responsible for leading on the development of the Nottinghamshire wide Local Digital Roadmap (LDR) and is responsible for the development of county wide digital strategies, procedures and improvement plans to ensure the delivery of the objectives and ambitions of the LDR across Nottinghamshire whilst ensuring compliance with statutory, contractual and regulatory obligations throughout the life of the digital programme.
Kalpesh has over 10 years’ experience working in the NHS in various IM&T and Information related roles. As part of his role for Connected Nottinghamshire Kalpesh is responsible for the project management of various projects including the MIG, the GP Repository for Clinical Care (GPRCC) and F12. This role includes working with a variety of stakeholders on the benefits and business change elements of these projects.
Sean has 30 years’ experience working in local government, NHS and private sector roles. He is responsible for leading on the deployment of the Assistive Technology and Patient Facing Digital Strategies across Nottinghamshire. This role requires wide consultation to establish a consistent and coordinated model to deliver technology enabled care across all organisations over the County.
Rosie has worked in the NHS for over 5 years in various key support roles in both Primary Care and Clinical Commissioning. She recently joined the Connected Nottinghamshire team in January 2018 and supports the delivery of the Connected Nottinghamshire Programme, assisting with the development of project documentation and reporting in order to meet its priorities for digitalisation to improve patient outcomes and experience set out in the Local Digital Roadmap (LDR). Rosie was recognised and shortlisted for WeAreTheCity’s 2018 Rising Star Award within healthcare.