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Symphony Technology Group has purchased a 40% of shared record specialist Graphnet.
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US clinical software supplier Allscripts has purchased patient administration systems supplier Oasis Medical Solutions.
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Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust has gone out to tender for a strategic partner to manage its transformation project in a contract worth up to £289m of which £21m will go on its IT strategy.
10 July 2014

University researchers at Imperial College London have developed a mobile app to help patients prepare for surgery and reduce the risk of surgical complications.
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Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is developing a Welsh-specific maternity electronic patient record that could be rolled out across Wales.
10 July 2014

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has started a five-year clinical trial of rehabilitation robots to help stroke patients regain movement in their arms.
10 July 2014

Rotherham's EPR enforcement action ended

9 July 2014

Monday deadline for tech fund two bids

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Dr Joanne Bailey to chair GPES group

8 July 2014

NHS maps out 100K genomes medicine plans

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Intelligence network for mental health

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Barnsley GPs get 24 hour booking system

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Scotland aims for £10m telehealth fund

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Southern nine rolling out TPP

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HSCIC warns of HES confidentiality

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CSU builds ‘pseudo at source’ tool

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The pilot phase of the controversial care.data programme will be subject to scrutiny from an independent panel led by Dame Fiona Caldicott, Tim Kelsey has told MPs.
US clinical software supplier Allscripts has purchased patient administration systems supplier Oasis Medical Solutions.
Monitor has removed the ‘enforcement action’ it had placed on the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust’s troubled Meditech electronic patient record system.
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust has gone out to tender for a strategic partner to manage its transformation project in a contract worth up to £289m of which £21m will go on its IT strategy.
NHS trusts in England are at varying stages of readiness for the £240m second round of NHS England’s technology fund, with the deadline for applications closing in less than a week.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is developing a Welsh-specific maternity electronic patient record that could be rolled out across Wales.
Symphony Technology Group has completed its acquisition of the majority of McKesson’s European healthcare software business and appointed the former senior management team of System C to lead the new UK business.
An Anglicised version of the VistA electronic patient record system is now ready to be deployed at NHS trusts, according to one of the companies behind its development.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has asked a “significant” number of trusts to delete data containing Hospital Episode Statistics returns that could breach patient confidentiality.
The pilot phase of the controversial care.data programme will be subject to scrutiny from an independent panel led by Dame Fiona Caldicott, Tim Kelsey has told MPs.
All nine child and community health providers in the South have now deployed at least one module from TPP’s SystmOne as part of a £32m project backed by central funding.
The Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit is developing a ‘pseudonymise at source’ tool to address legal issues around the use of patient identifiable data.
Symphony Technology Group has completed its acquisition of the majority of McKesson’s European healthcare software business and appointed the former senior management team of System C to lead the new UK business.
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has become the first Cerner Millennium trust in London to exit its National Programme for IT contract.
Cerner has launched a software as a service option for its Millennium electronic patient record system, targeted at smaller trusts who lack the capital for a full deployment.
Six suppliers have been shortlisted to provide the NHS Electronic Staff Record in a contract worth £200m-£400m.
NHS trusts that fail to make use of electronic health records should be hit with higher insurance premiums and a reduced CQC rating, according to a report that also calls for patients to be able to sue if their data is misused.
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust has gone live with its Lorenzo electronic patient record system from CSC.
US clinical software supplier Allscripts has purchased patient administration systems supplier Oasis Medical Solutions.
NHS England expects to have contracts in place with providers by January 2015 for its ambitious project to sequence 100,000 genomes and link the results with a national database of electronic patient records.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has asked a “significant” number of trusts to delete data containing Hospital Episode Statistics returns that could breach patient confidentiality.
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust has gone out to tender for a strategic partner to manage its transformation project in a contract worth up to £289m of which £21m will go on its IT strategy.
Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Trust is using money from the technology fund to develop a fully integrated digital care record and mobile access with TPP’s SystmOne.
An Anglicised version of the VistA electronic patient record system is now ready to be deployed at NHS trusts, according to one of the companies behind its development.
The Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit is developing a ‘pseudonymise at source’ tool to address legal issues around the use of patient identifiable data.
The NHS Summary Care Record has hit the 40m patient mark, just over a year after low usage rates led to calls for it to be scrapped.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has asked a “significant” number of trusts to delete data containing Hospital Episode Statistics returns that could breach patient confidentiality.
The pilot phase of the controversial care.data programme will be subject to scrutiny from an independent panel led by Dame Fiona Caldicott, Tim Kelsey has told MPs.
NHS trusts that fail to make use of electronic health records should be hit with higher insurance premiums and a reduced CQC rating, according to a report that also calls for patients to be able to sue if their data is misused.
NHS England’s head of enterprise architecture has underlined the importance of interoperability to trusts putting together ‘tech fund 2’ bids.
An Anglicised version of the VistA electronic patient record system is now ready to be deployed at NHS trusts, according to one of the companies behind its development.
NHS commissioners cannot “listen” to what patients need without tools such as care.data to help them Tim Kelsey has argued, while again ruling out an opt-in model for the controversial programme.
The NHS will not reach its full potential without sharing electronic patient records across health and social care, Jeremy Hunt has said in a speech that once again backed the widespread use of IT in health and social care.

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