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The regulation of healthcare apps emerged as a hot topic at the end of last year; and will be the subject of a lively discussion at the HANDI spring symposium that forms part of EHI’s Digital Health Festival. Lis Evenstad reports.
22 April 2014

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The head of IM&T strategy at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust saw the end of two years’ work when the trust went live with its Allscripts EPR last year, but is still super-busy. Lis Evenstad talks to her.
17 April 2014


Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has taken a unique approach to scanning its paper records – and carried off an EHI Award into the bargain. Paul Curran reports.
15 April 2014

Power to the people: on double trouble

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Meaningful use: UK measures

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New brooms, old guards, core values

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Ade Memoire on portals

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Tech city, Dundalk style

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Humber NHS Foundation Trust is running a market engagement exercise to look at the options available when its National Programme for IT contract for Lorenzo comes to an end.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still negotiating, but the company is expected to sign the GP Systems of Choice contract “in the very near future.”
Between 100 and 500 GP practices will trial care.data in a phased roll out beginning this autumn, NHS England has announced.
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is implementing a platform to join up community and mental health systems.
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust has been given the green light to invest £13m on an electronic patient record project.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust has become one of the first in Europe to deploy an integrated digital pathology system.
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust has been given the green light to invest £13m on an electronic patient record project.
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is implementing a platform to join up community and mental health systems.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust is running a market engagement exercise to look at the options available when its National Programme for IT contract for Lorenzo comes to an end.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still negotiating, but the company is expected to sign the GP Systems of Choice contract “in the very near future.”
Sixteen suppliers of GP IT systems have signed up to a new GP Systems of Choice framework, but TPP has not.
The government has signed a deal with Microsoft to provide Windows XP support and security updates for the entire public sector, including the NHS.
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect" than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC's, Philippe Houssiau has said.
NHS England has released its plans for how more than £230m in GP IT funding will be spent over the next year to ensure all practices across England have high-quality IT systems.
The NHS Number for Babies will be replaced by the Personal Demographics Service in June, even though only one child health system in use in the NHS is so far compliant with it.
The Department of Health and NHS England will launch a ‘Proactive Care Programme’ in September 2014 in order to develop personalised care for patients with complex needs.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still negotiating, but the company is expected to sign the GP Systems of Choice contract “in the very near future.”
The government’s pledge to give patients online access to their GP records by March 2015 has been scaled back again, with practices now only required to have a plan to provide access by the deadline.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust has become one of the first in Europe to deploy an integrated digital pathology system.
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust has been given the green light to invest £13m on an electronic patient record project.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still negotiating, but the company is expected to sign the GP Systems of Choice contract “in the very near future.”
The Department of Health and NHS England will launch a ‘Proactive Care Programme’ in September 2014 in order to develop personalised care for patients with complex needs.
The Health and Social Care Information centre has admitted to repeated data breaches involving the Hospital Episode Statistics.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still in negotiations around the new GP Systems of Choice contract, which they hope to conclude by the end of this week.
The Health and Social Care Information centre has admitted to repeated data breaches involving the Hospital Episode Statistics.
The government has signed a deal with Microsoft to provide Windows XP support and security updates for the entire public sector, including the NHS.
Sixteen suppliers of GP IT systems have signed up to a new GP Systems of Choice framework, but TPP has not.



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Between 100 and 500 GP practices will trial care.data in a phased roll out beginning this autumn, NHS England has announced.
23 April 2014

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Humber NHS Foundation Trust is running a market engagement exercise to look at the options available when its National Programme for IT contract for Lorenzo comes to an end.
22 April 2014

3

The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still negotiating, but the company is expected to sign the GP Systems of Choice contract “in the very near future.”
22 April 2014

The Department of Health and NHS England will launch a ‘Proactive Care Programme’ in September 2014 in order to develop personalised care for patients with complex needs.
23 April 2014

The government’s pledge to give patients online access to their GP records by March 2015 has been scaled back again, with practices now only required to have a plan to provide access by the deadline.
23 April 2014

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is implementing a platform to join up community and mental health systems.
17 April 2014

HSCIC reviews HES access

17 April 2014

In the 'pain garden'

17 April 2014

Staffordshire to invest £13m on EPR

17 April 2014
8

Bristol trusts to share images

16 April 2014

Coventry pathology goes digital

16 April 2014
3

Colchester gets cancer IT

15 April 2014

Challenge Fund pilots announced

15 April 2014

NHS 24 delays £27m IT system

14 April 2014

UCLH deploys open source patient list

14 April 2014

CQC consults on inspection regime

11 April 2014

£2.2m to deploy digital wards

11 April 2014

CQRS error hits GP QOF payments

10 April 2014
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Doncaster invests in infrastructure

10 April 2014

Dashboard shows ambulance waiting times

10 April 2014
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Lorenzo 'winning business on merit'

10 April 2014
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Oxford Health picks Advanced EPR

9 April 2014
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HSCIC admits to four HES data breaches

9 April 2014
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Pseudo at source review for care.data

9 April 2014

Community and mental health IT hots up

8 April 2014

Charity launches autism social network

8 April 2014
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