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System C is testing a new software release at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust to resolve issues with the deployment of its Medway patient administration system.
28 August 2014


Monitor will decide whether to put East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust into special measures in the coming weeks, following a damning report by the Care Quality Commission.
27 August 2014

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East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust has admitted to losing a disc containing the confidential information of 42,000 patients.
27 August 2014

A physician at the Nottingham University NHS Trust has developed an app to make it easier for new doctors to access treatment guidance documents.
28 August 2014

London Councils and Public Health England are planning to establish an open access digital mental health service to help Londoners with untreated mental disorders.
27 August 2014

The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
26 August 2014

Possible Gloucestershire telehealth scam

26 August 2014

Dementia research 'revolution' using EPR

26 August 2014

Salisbury expands FFT app

26 August 2014

Nine CSUs reach final stage of framework

22 August 2014

Colchester delays PAS go-live further

22 August 2014

Midlands consortium adopts Soliton RIS

21 August 2014

Urgent care change pilots started

21 August 2014
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Stockport evolves EDM use

20 August 2014

London trusts on track for PACS exit

20 August 2014

Alien invasion? Call #team999

19 August 2014
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The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust has admitted to losing a disc containing the confidential information of 42,000 patients.
Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust has warned its patients of a possible telehealth scam.
Five mental health trusts have launched a partnership to “revolutionise” dementia research in the UK, using non-identifiable patient data.
All nine commissioning support unit alliances have got a place on the final stage of assessment for NHS England’s lead provider framework.
Monitor will decide whether to put East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust into special measures in the coming weeks, following a damning report by the Care Quality Commission.
The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
All nine commissioning support unit alliances have got a place on the final stage of assessment for NHS England’s lead provider framework.
Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust has further delayed the go-live of its clinical portal and patient administration system.
London trusts are exiting their national digital imaging contracts on schedule, a bulletin from the Health and Social Care Information Centre has suggested.
NHS England has established pilots for a “system-wide transformation” of emergency services, which includes enhancing the NHS 111 service and restructuring A&Es.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
The Department of Health has reportedly lost its long-standing court battle with Fujitsu over the company’s departure from the National Programme for IT.
System C is to cut its workforce by a quarter, with up to 150 jobs set to go.
NHS Shared Business Services has issued a tender for a new clinical information systems framework worth up to £1.25 billion over six years.
Data quality issues following a deployment of Cerner Millennium have affected the ability of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver on 18-week referral to treatment targets, according to a progress report.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has signed a ten-year contract with Cerner to implement its Millennium electronic patient record system, in a shift from a ‘best of breed’ to ‘single supplier’ approach to EPR.
Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust has become the first UK trust to deploy the Cosmic electronic patient record system from Cambio.
East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust has admitted to losing a disc containing the confidential information of 42,000 patients.
The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
NHS England has established pilots for a “system-wide transformation” of emergency services, which includes enhancing the NHS 111 service and restructuring A&Es.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
Plans to end central funding of email-to-SMS services for NHSmail2 will “go down like a lead balloon” with GPs, a primary care leader has warned.
North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust has created an online game to educate people about what happens when they call 999.
East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust has admitted to losing a disc containing the confidential information of 42,000 patients.
NHS Shared Business Services has issued a tender for a new clinical information systems framework worth up to £1.25 billion over six years.
The Department of Health has reportedly lost its long-standing court battle with Fujitsu over the company’s departure from the National Programme for IT.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Data quality issues following a deployment of Cerner Millennium have affected the ability of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver on 18-week referral to treatment targets, according to a progress report.
Police should be given greater access to medical records without patient consent, a senior police chief has argued in an interview in which he also called for a register of vulnerable people to be set up to facilitate this.

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