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Technology & Information

The Technology team gathers information on technological innovations that could benefit the HIN’s members, patients, and the local population, and delivers projects to support their piloting, evaluation, spread and adoption. We support the national NHS technology agenda, engaging the National Information Board, Public Health England, and NHS England’s Harnessing Technology and New Care Models workstreams; and assist London-wide programmes such as the Healthy London Partnership’s digital programme.

The Informatics team provides data analysis, modelling, and visualisation for the HIN’s members, supporting research within NIHR CLAHRC South London and regional improvement activities led by King’s Health Partners. We contribute to a progressive informatics agenda that supports local improvement and system transformation.

Technology & Information Projects

Technology-Enabled Care Services (TECS) evidence base review

Data Visualisation

Older Adult Technology

Technology Enabled Patient Consultation

Digital Content Prescribing


The Team

Rubina Ahmed

Senior Data Analyst, Technology & Information

Rubina has joined us from a CCG where she worked as an Information Analyst, supporting a team of pharmacists to produce complex reports and analyses of prescribing patterns. Rubina now hopes to use her skills to develop her project management and data visualisation techniques to support service improvement at HIN.

Tim Burdsey

Project Manager, Technology & Information

Amber Gibney

Senior Data Analyst, Technology & Information

Amber studied English and Drama at Trinity College, Dublin, but is now about to complete a second degree in Maths and Physics. She has worked in a variety of data related roles in academic clinical research. When not messing about with numbers, she is usually triathlon training, at a moderate speed.

Helena O'Neill

Project Manager, Technology & Information

Helena studied Classics at Cambridge then fell into events, organising ministerial press conferences. She retrained in social work after placements in mental health/children’s services, she specialised in health and social care project management at councils and charities.

Jess Parsons

Project Manager, Technology & Information

Julia Prudhoe

Project Support Officer, Diabetes

Julia graduated from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Sociology and Social Policy. Previously, she worked as an Engagement and Liaison Officer at Healthwatch Northumberland. Julia looks forward to learning more about technology, and developing skills to provide project support. She loves to travel, and has recently returned from South America.

Asyma Raheel

Data Analyst, Technology & Information

Asyma studied History and English at the University of Greenwich. Although she is now a Data Analyst, she began working at the Health Innovation Network on the internship scheme within the Technology and Information Team. She enjoys hiking and reading an eclectic variety of books.

Polly Sinclair

Lead Analyst, Technology & Information

Polly Sinclair is the Lead Analyst in the Information Team. Prior to this she worked as Project Manager in HIN's Health Ageing and Patient Experience teams. She also has experience working in a joint commissioning team across Richmond Council and CCG and has worked as a social researcher.

News, blogs and events

June 16, 2017

New funding opportunities for members

May 3, 2017

NHS Innovation Technology Tariff: fast track funding so NHS patie…

March 22, 2017

NHS Innovation and Technology Tariff webinars

August 16, 2016

Online GP consultation services: Understanding the opportunity

July 13, 2016

Technology-enabled remote consultations

June 15, 2016

Competition announced for patient flow and children’s care inno…

May 6, 2016

Digital Content Prescribing Animation and e-Health Week

January 29, 2016

Digital app prescribing pilot