25 October 2014 21:37


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Six months after Microsoft ended general support for Windows XP, EHI ran a short survey to find out whether it is still an issue for trusts. It is. Lis Evenstad and Lyn Whitfield report.
23 October 2014


The new president of the Royal College of Physicians has been plunged into the debate about the future of the NHS. Lyn Whitfield talks to her about the RCP’s Future Hospital vision, which is underpinned by IT.
22 October 2014


Rachel Dunscombe, the chief information officer at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, she tells Paul Curran why she opted for a career in IT, rather than music.
22 October 2014



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NHS Lanarkshire is aiming to have a full electronic patient record in two years, underpinned by its clinical portal.
24 October 2014

National systems to become 'glue' of NHS

24 October 2014
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NHS plan ‘turning point’ for IT - Kelsey

24 October 2014
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NHS can close £30 billion gap - Stevens

23 October 2014
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Southport and Ormskirk live with Medway

22 October 2014

Royal Free addresses merger RTT issues

22 October 2014
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Royal Orthopaedic tenders for portal

20 October 2014
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Sherwood live with Medway PAS

20 October 2014
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Don't wait for inspectors says CQC

17 October 2014

Leeds takes EPMA from CSC

17 October 2014
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Two thirds of trusts still on XP

16 October 2014
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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.
NHS England’s Five Year Forward View could provide a “turning point” for the information revolution, Tim Kelsey has told EHI.
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.
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.
A major outage on NHS Spine has caused problems across the NHS and affected users are unable to access any Spine services.
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Medway patient administration system.
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.
A major outage on NHS Spine has caused problems across the NHS and affected users are unable to access any Spine services.
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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.
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust has gone out to tender for a clinical portal to support its best of breed strategy towards a full electronic patient record system.
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.
The rise of big data cannot be stopped so patients must be able to make “fine-grained” decisions about how their clinical information is shared and used, a GP has argued.
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.
News in brief
Isle of Man renews System C contract

The Isle of Man Government's Department of Health and Social Care, working with the Government Technology Services Unit, has renewed its contract with System C, and agreed that it will deploy its latest Medway electronic patient record system over the next 12 months; replacing the Medway system installed in 2007. Minister for health and social care Howard Quayle said the move would involve a significant change mangement programme, but also help to improve efficiency and reduce patient safety risks.

16 October 2014




Irish trust rolls out video conferencing

South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Ireland has opened a quality improvement and innovation centre that enables staff to use video technology to speak to colleagues and spealists globally, watch and record training sessions, and host virtual clinics. The equipment in the centre has been provided by Lifesize, and inlcudes filming, individual video, and whole room systems.

16 October 2014


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