Yes. In 2014 the Secretary of State for Health confirmed in a Commons Debate that the SCCI (ISB) 0129/0160 standards are the means by which clinical safety requirements are addressed in health IT in England. However, unlike the Medical Device Directive, the standards are not currently enshrined in law. Failing to comply is not a criminal offence but can leave you in an indefensible position should your health IT product or implementation contribute to patient harm.
According to NHS England, NHS Trusts must only procure health IT systems which comply with SCCI 0129 standard. Then, the Trust must conduct SCCI 0160 activities to assure the implementation. Manufacturers who produce health IT systems which are not compliant will increasingly struggle to sell into the NHS. NHS Digital are gradually tightening the knot in this area and soon manufacturers will find it impossible to bring a product to market without having undertaken the work.