A simple email alert system developed by Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust has improved care for cancer patients. Chris Thorne reports.
4 July 2012
The Clinical Technology Centre at NHS Tayside was joint winner of the major healthcare IT development category for the Scottish Care Information – Diabetes Collaboration. Daloni Carlisle reports.
7 June 2012
Plymouth NHS ICT Shared Service won ‘innovation in healthcare interoperability’ for a system to pass information about patients at risk of hospital admission between services. Daloni Carlisle reports.
8 May 2012
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust and Ascribe Consulting won the ‘best use of IT to promote patient safety award’ for the clinical handover system, eHandover. Paul Curran reports.
23 April 2012
NHS South of Tyne and Wear’s GPC+ won the ‘most promising IT for GP-led commissioning’ category of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT. Fiona Barr reports.
16 April 2012
When NHS Sefton realised that its online information tools were failing to reach some of its neediest residents, it decided to turn to a tried and tested method of communication – the television. Rebecca Todd reports.
27 March 2012
Video-conferencing has delivered dramatic improvements in pulmonary rehabilitation in Scotland. Fiona Barr reports.
29 February 2012
NHS Direct and InferMed were winners in the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT for rebuilding the NHS Direct website and expanding its digital services. Paul Curran reports.
14 February 2012
A digital pen system has saved time and money for midwives in Portsmouth. Shanna Crispin reports.
31 January 2012
A clinical process improvement system that minimises delays in patient discharge made RealTime Health the overall winner of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT. Paul Curran explains.
17 January 2012
James Norman is the Healthcare IT Champion of the Year. Shanna Crispin talked to an “accidental” director of IT.
3 November 2011
The winners of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT were delighted when they weren’t speechless. Lyn Whitfield reports.
7 October 2011