- Business & Finance recently published their CIO 100 that honours the Irish leaders in information technology;
- “Digital technology and innovative information solutions are vital to the improvement and delivery of patient-centric care” - Dublin Midlands Hospital Group
Tallaght Hospital’s Director of ICT, David Wall, has been named as one of the top 100 Chief Information Officers (CIO’s) in Ireland by Business & Finance Magazine. Mr Wall, at number 25, has been honoured as a key leader in ICT, and is one of the few healthcare professionals to feature on the magazine’s annual CIO 100 list.
Business & Finance Magazine’s CIO 100 is an acknowledgement and recognition of the role of the ICT and the value senior business technology executives provide to their organisations.
In his role, Mr Wall leads Tallaght Hospital in planning and implementing enterprise-wide information solutions that support best practice in patient care, clinical and business operations, and achieve more effective and cost beneficial enterprise-wide ICT operations.
Mr Wall said: “It is extremely humbling to receive this honour and recognition. I work as part of a fantastic team in Tallaght Hospital where we strive to ensure best practice and high standards every day. It is critical that we implement technologies in the workplace that not only improve the patient experience, but also deliver innovation across the heath system.”
Commending Mr Wall on his achievement, Tallaght Hospital CEO David Slevin said: “We are delighted to see David’s work being acknowledged by this latest CIO 100 listing. It is a testament to not only him, but to his team and the wider staff at our hospital. We are committed to ensuring our patients receive the best possible care; there is no doubt as to the important role that ICT solutions play in delivering this.”
CEO of the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group, Dr Susan O’Reilly, said: “I want to commend David on this great achievement, and to his team for the important contribution they are making at Tallaght Hospital. Innovative use of digital technology and ICT solutions are vital to the improvement and delivery of patient-centric care across our Group. It is imperative that we continuously strive to enhance the patient experience at our hospitals, and an important element of this is undoubtedly the advancement of ICT solutions in our health system.”