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The Free Diagnostic Pathology Software Project is an EHI Award winning open source product that aims to improve cancer diagnosis. Jennifer Trueland talks to its developer, Fred Mayall.
2 March 2015

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GP Neil Paul wonders why an “implementation gap” so often opens up between a simple idea and actually doing it; whether that’s handing out tablet computers, or providing remote access to records and systems.
2 March 2015


Leeds Teaching’s CNIO has moved from a reluctant IT convert to a nursing informatics leader during her 20 years in the NHS. She spoke to Sam Sachdeva.
25 February 2015

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Hewlett Packard has launched the UK version of its electronic patient record system through NHS England’s open source programme, saying it has already received a “stellar” response.
The British Standards Institution is set to publish guidelines on the development of healthcare apps in April this year.
Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
The newly established National Information Board has said it needs some “quick wins” to convince the public and healthcare professionals that the NHS is making progress on its paperless agenda.
The revived Code4Health programme has finally launched, with the first pilot courses for clinicians taking place this month.
Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Lingering questions dogging NHS England's controversial care.data programme will hold up data extractions until after the May general election, Tim Kelsey has confirmed for the first time.
The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust and Islington Council have become the first organisations in the country to go live with a new project to improve information sharing between the NHS and social care.
NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group is taking the lead on a new £2.4 million digital mental health service covering the whole of London.
The NHS Choices website must expand beyond its current audience of “healthy, wealthy mums” to meet the needs of elderly and poor citizens, NHS England has said.
NHS England’s second technology fund has been cut by nearly £200 million, with only one-fifth of bidders to receive any money, EHI News has exclusively learned.
NHS Shared Business Services has launched a new clinical information systems framework that could be worth up to £1.25 billion, with 26 different suppliers offering solutions.
NHS directors and senior staff who publish false or misleading information could face a two-year jail sentence as part of a crackdown on cover-ups in the NHS.
Two commissioning support units face a shaky future after missing the cut for NHS England’s lead provider framework.
Plans to give Greater Manchester control of an integrated £6 billion NHS and social care budget will need to overcome the technological obstacles of systems integration and data sharing, health IT experts say.
Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Hewlett Packard has launched the UK version of its electronic patient record system through NHS England’s open source programme, saying it has already received a “stellar” response.
The newly established National Information Board has said it needs some “quick wins” to convince the public and healthcare professionals that the NHS is making progress on its paperless agenda.
The revived Code4Health programme has finally launched, with the first pilot courses for clinicians taking place this month.
Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
NHS England’s second technology fund has been cut by nearly £200 million, with only one-fifth of bidders to receive any money, EHI News has exclusively learned.
Plans to give Greater Manchester control of an integrated £6 billion NHS and social care budget will need to overcome the technological obstacles of systems integration and data sharing, health IT experts say.
The growing use of electronic patient records could encourage a culture of “electronic ambulance chasing” as people hunt for evidence of medical negligence, according to new research.
Lingering questions dogging NHS England's controversial care.data programme will hold up data extractions until after the May general election, Tim Kelsey has confirmed for the first time.
NHS England’s second technology fund has been cut by nearly £200 million, with only one-fifth of bidders to receive any money, EHI News has exclusively learned.
NHS Shared Business Services has launched a new clinical information systems framework that could be worth up to £1.25 billion, with 26 different suppliers offering solutions.
Plans to give Greater Manchester control of an integrated £6 billion NHS and social care budget will need to overcome the technological obstacles of systems integration and data sharing, health IT experts say.
Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
NHS directors and senior staff who publish false or misleading information could face a two-year jail sentence as part of a crackdown on cover-ups in the NHS.



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Hewlett Packard has launched the UK version of its electronic patient record system through NHS England’s open source programme, saying it has already received a “stellar” response.
6 March 2015

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Nearly £200 million slashed from NHS England’s technology fund may be reinstated in future as part of a “staged roll-out”, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
5 March 2015

The newly established National Information Board has said it needs some “quick wins” to convince the public and healthcare professionals that the NHS is making progress on its paperless agenda.
6 March 2015

The British Standards Institution is set to publish guidelines on the development of healthcare apps in April this year.
6 March 2015

The revived Code4Health programme has finally launched, with the first pilot courses for clinicians taking place this month.
5 March 2015

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CSUs face job cuts but not privatisation

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30 January 2014

Three IDCR exemplars named

29 January 2014
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Pennine Care live with Paris on tablets

29 January 2014

GPs doing well on data protection - ICO

28 January 2014

Care.data safeguards detailed

28 January 2014
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Notts docs tracked by Wayward ‘sat nav’

28 January 2014
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Cerner live at Whipps Cross

27 January 2014
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Hull creates real-time A&E waits app

27 January 2014
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East Kent uses Bloodhound on iPods

24 January 2014

East Sussex sticks with Oasis

24 January 2014
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Ministers support CCIO 12-point plan

23 January 2014

VMware buys Airwatch

23 January 2014

US-UK sign healthcare IT MoU

23 January 2014
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Trusts 'mis-recording' data - NAO

23 January 2014
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NHS 'geeks' gather in Cardiff

23 January 2014
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Patients to add to medical record online

22 January 2014
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National Orthopaedic rolls out Tiara9

22 January 2014

HSCIC discusses Care Bill info challenge

22 January 2014

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