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Paul Hodgkin wonders about the role that modern, social media tools could play in communications about Ebola; particularly when it affects the NHS.
28 October 2014

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Simon Stevens has issued his ‘Five Year Forward View’ for the NHS. Lyn Whitfield looks at a report that tries to finish the work that Wanless started; not least when it comes to IT.
23 October 2014


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



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Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has gone live with the Alert electronic patient record system in its Princess Royal Hospital – six months later than originally planned.
31 October 2014

The King’s Fund has warned that the NHS is in for a hard winter, as its latest quarterly monitoring report shows a further deterioration in trust finances and NHS performance on key targets.
30 October 2014

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.
30 October 2014

St George’s develops BI analytics portal

29 October 2014

Epic goes live at Cambridge

28 October 2014
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Lewisham works through Cerner issues

28 October 2014

Salisbury tenders for EPR

27 October 2014

Colchester gets ready for Medway go-live

27 October 2014
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National systems to become 'glue' of NHS

24 October 2014
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Full EPR in 2 years for NHS Lanarkshire

24 October 2014

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

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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.
Plans to establish a Birmingham central care record have been cut back and given to a new organisation, after the region’s GP leaders raised concerns.
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.
Stabilisation work at one site run by Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust may threaten plans to go live with Cerner Millennium at its other hospital next April, according to trust board papers.
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.
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.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has gone live with the Alert electronic patient record system in its Princess Royal Hospital – six months later than originally planned.
Plans to establish a Birmingham central care record have been cut back and given to a new organisation, after the region’s GP leaders raised concerns.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Epic electronic patient record system as part of a £200m IT overhaul.
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.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has gone live with the Alert electronic patient record system in its Princess Royal Hospital – six months later than originally planned.
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.
News in brief
Software Europe announces 150th customer for Expenses Health

Software Europe, a provider of business improvement cloud services, has announced that the 150th NHS customer for its cloud-based staff expenses service, Expenses Health, is Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The company says that over the 12 months to September 2014, it processed £88m of staff expense claims, and is now supporting 770,000 staff.

30 October 2014




Dudley latest to move to HealthRoster

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has switched from its legacy e-rostering system to Allocate Software’s HealthRoster. This is now being used in 50 wards and departments and the trust is seeing significant benefits which include: more engaged staff with quick and easy access to up-to-date staffing information, better management information for trust managers and the ability to respond to national staffing requirements.

30 October 2014


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