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Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was forced to declare a “major incident” after its new electronic patient record became unstable a week after go-live; and is still dealing with pathology issues.
25 November 2014


Advanced Computer Software Group has accepted a cash bid from technology-focused private equity firm Vista that values it £725m.
25 November 2014

Three Liverpool trusts are jointly procuring a new, integrated electronic patient record system, worth up to £70m, to help them work collaboratively.
24 November 2014

The newly formed University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has chosen System C’s Medway electronic patient record system to implement across the trust while retaining an in-house clinical portal.
24 November 2014

Home counties trust picks Nervecentre

25 November 2014

NHSBT log-in via social media

25 November 2014

Midlands CSUs merge

21 November 2014
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Perinatal Institute launches MiApp

21 November 2014

App kitemarking welcomed; but needs work

20 November 2014
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Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was forced to declare a “major incident” after its new electronic patient record became unstable a week after go-live; and is still dealing with pathology issues.
Three Liverpool trusts are jointly procuring a new, integrated electronic patient record system, worth up to £70m, to help them work collaboratively.
Advanced Computer Software Group has accepted a cash bid from technology-focused private equity firm Vista that values it £725m.
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust has agreed a five-year deal with Nervecentre for its nurse-led observations system.
NHS Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit and NHS Arden CSU have announced plans for a merger.
The newly formed University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has chosen System C’s Medway electronic patient record system to implement across the trust while retaining an in-house clinical portal.
Three Liverpool trusts are jointly procuring a new, integrated electronic patient record system, worth up to £70m, to help them work collaboratively.
NHS England has published the latest surgery outcomes data for ten specialties and will release information on three more soon as part of a push for greater transparency around clinical performance.
NHS England has issued a £1 billion tender for a single provider of primary care support services.
Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was forced to declare a “major incident” after its new electronic patient record became unstable a week after go-live; and is still dealing with pathology issues.
Leading privacy watchdog Big Brother Watch has called for tougher penalties for breaches of the Data Protection Act, arguing that present legislation is not enough of a deterrent.
The National Information Board’s plans to establish “kitemarking” for healthcare applications have been cautiously welcomed by the app development community, but more details are needed.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
A week and a half after its launch, Epic is “starting to deliver some real benefits” to Cambridge University Hospitals - but the implementation has not been without teething problems.
The National Information Board has issued its much delayed IT strategy - ‘Personalised Health and Care 2020’ – which ties NHS IT more closely into health service policy, financial and regulatory frameworks.
The transition away from local service provider contracts in the North, Midlands and East is a huge risk that will need to be carefully managed, Mary Barber, who is leading the transition for the HSCIC, has warned.
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Lorenzo electronic patient record system, saying the transition “has not been completely painless."
NHS England has issued a £1 billion tender for a single provider of primary care support services.
Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was forced to declare a “major incident” after its new electronic patient record became unstable a week after go-live; and is still dealing with pathology issues.
Three Liverpool trusts are jointly procuring a new, integrated electronic patient record system, worth up to £70m, to help them work collaboratively.
Leading privacy watchdog Big Brother Watch has called for tougher penalties for breaches of the Data Protection Act, arguing that present legislation is not enough of a deterrent.
NHS England has issued a £1 billion tender for a single provider of primary care support services.
NHS Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit and NHS Arden CSU have announced plans for a merger.
Leading privacy watchdog Big Brother Watch has called for tougher penalties for breaches of the Data Protection Act, arguing that present legislation is not enough of a deterrent.
NHS England has issued a £1 billion tender for a single provider of primary care support services.
The National Information Board’s plans to establish “kitemarking” for healthcare applications have been cautiously welcomed by the app development community, but more details are needed.
Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was forced to declare a “major incident” after its new electronic patient record became unstable a week after go-live; and is still dealing with pathology issues.
NHS England has published the latest surgery outcomes data for ten specialties and will release information on three more soon as part of a push for greater transparency around clinical performance.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
A week and a half after its launch, Epic is “starting to deliver some real benefits” to Cambridge University Hospitals - but the implementation has not been without teething problems.
The deadline in the National Information Board’s new IT strategy for all patient and care records to be digital by 2020 is a “hard stop” that must be met if the NHS in England is to remain viable, Tim Kelsey has said.
Leading privacy watchdog Big Brother Watch has called for tougher penalties for breaches of the Data Protection Act, arguing that present legislation is not enough of a deterrent.
The National Information Board has issued its much delayed IT strategy - ‘Personalised Health and Care 2020’ – which ties NHS IT more closely into health service policy, financial and regulatory frameworks.

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