30 October 2014 23:45


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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
NHS trusts running the legacy McKesson Totalcare patient administration system have been warned they must move off the hosted service before the system’s data centres close in February next year.
The NHS Wales Informatics Service has chosen Fiorano Software to replace its existing integration platform with a flexible messaging service between its systems.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
The £30 billion NHS funding gap could be closed completely if the health service receives additional cash to develop new, more efficient care models, a report from NHS England has said.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has become the tenth trust to sign up to take the Lorenzo electronic patient record system from CSC and estimates the project will cost £33m over ten years.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust declared a major incident last week after it lost access to clinical IT systems and was forced to re-route ambulances to other hospitals.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
The £30 billion NHS funding gap could be closed completely if the health service receives additional cash to develop new, more efficient care models, a report from NHS England has said.
More than two thirds of respondents to a short EHI survey say they have not migrated off Windows XP six months after Microsoft ended its support for the obsolete operating system.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.

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