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Emis Group says it is in a good position to capitalise on a push for fully interoperable electronic health records.
27 January 2015


Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group has gone live with System C’s Medway Proxima patient management system to provide a messaging interface for its GP referrals support service.
27 January 2015


Trusts with bids for the second round of NHS England’s Nursing Technology Fund are being informed of their success, after the Treasury gave final approval for the fund.
26 January 2015

Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is to implement e-prescription software from Ascribe, after being awarded £500,000 from the first round of NHS England’s technology fund.
26 January 2015

£240m tech fund 2 raided by Treasury

23 January 2015
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Ramsay signs deal for openMaxims

23 January 2015

Care.data in "last chance saloon"

22 January 2015
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Another Welsh board rolls out free wi-fi

22 January 2015
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Birmingham reboots central care record

22 January 2015
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Trusts with bids for the second round of NHS England’s Nursing Technology Fund are being informed of their success, after the Treasury gave final approval for the fund.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is to implement e-prescription software from Ascribe, after being awarded £500,000 from the first round of NHS England’s technology fund.
The first Scottish health board to implement electronic prescribing is working to integrate the system with its new patient management system.
Emis Group says it is in a good position to capitalise on a push for fully interoperable electronic health records.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
Wearable technology could lead to “a revolution in self-care” by improving the monitoring of patients with long-term conditions, NHS England’s medical director has said.
The first Scottish health board to implement electronic prescribing is working to integrate the system with its new patient management system.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
A “proof of concept” trial for a Birmingham central care record is underway, following an overhaul of the troubled project.
The continued delay in the announcement of who has won money from the second round of the technology fund is putting projects at risk, according to a survey run by EHI.
The first Scottish health board to implement electronic prescribing is working to integrate the system with its new patient management system.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
The future of primary care computing lies in integration with other systems, and in new technologies to let patients contribute to their records, according to experts asked to review the GP IT scene for the 500th edition of EHI Primary Care.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre will start extended testing of the new NHS e-Referral Service at the end of the month, after its go-live was delayed last autumn.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
Hywel Dda University Health Board is rolling out free wi-fi to patients, staff and visitors, with plans to provide tablets to chemotherapy and dialysis patients during their treatment.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre will start extended testing of the new NHS e-Referral Service at the end of the month, after its go-live was delayed last autumn.
The continued delay in the announcement of who has won money from the second round of the technology fund is putting projects at risk, according to a survey run by EHI.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
The continued delay in the announcement of who has won money from the second round of the technology fund is putting projects at risk, according to a survey run by EHI.
The government is planning to give High Street pharmacists access to Department of Work and Pensions IT systems to check whether patients in England are entitled to free prescriptions.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
A clear direction for NHS IT was set in 2014; but could be disrupted by the general election due on 7 May, according to experts asked for their predictions for healthcare IT in 2015.

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