1 August 2014 16:54

Industry view

The head of Cisco in the UK and the chairman of the government’s Technology Strategy Board believes that digital health is key to the future wellbeing of the NHS – and the UK economy.
31 July 2014

A year after the chief executive of IMS MAXIMS revealed that the company was considering going open source, he provides an update on progress; with striking parallels to the electric car market.
24 July 2014

Industry view: John Culkin

Profile: Frederik Brabant

Industry view: Shane Tickell

Industry view: Steven Dodsworth

Industry view: Muir Gray and Andy Hughes


Sam Sachdeva talks to Daniel Ray and Jon Hoeksma about the Health CIO Network’s inaugural summer school in Oxford and what happens next.
1 August 2014


EHI editor Jon Hoeksma says transparency is needed on how Fujitsu came to exit NPfIT and then win £700m if we are to avoid such an epic waste of taxpayers’ money in the future.
31 July 2014

The chief information officer of Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust arrived from global pharma with a remit to transform its IT operations. Sam Sachdeva talks to her.
30 July 2014

Another view of free wi-fi


Health CIO profile: Kate Warriner

Snarly, in a good way


Clinical digital maturity index, progress and next steps

Joe’s view of 40m SCRs


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The Department of Health has reportedly lost its long-standing court battle with Fujitsu over the company’s departure from the National Programme for IT.
28 July 2014

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust aims to get to ‘business as usual’ with its Lorenzo electronic patient record system by the end of September.
31 July 2014

NHS England has issued an invitation to tender for organisations wanting to become genomic centres for its project to sequence 100,000 genomes.
31 July 2014

Bristol CCG extends telehealth contract

30 July 2014

Princess Alexandra live with Cosmic EPR

30 July 2014

Prisoners 'Breaking Free' Online

29 July 2014

Open source survey launched

28 July 2014

Aus looks at opt-out for national EPR

25 July 2014

North Bristol to swap Cerner for Lorenzo

24 July 2014

HSCIC data lab details in November

24 July 2014

South West Yorkshire gets IT partner

23 July 2014

Silverlink acquires Digital Spark

22 July 2014

NHS England seeks head of intelligence

21 July 2014

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News in brief
HSCIC becomes designated centre for health classifications and coding

The Health and Social Care Information Centre has secured international status for the UK as an expert centre for global health classifications. This means the HSCIC is now a designated collaborating centre for the World Health Organisation Family of Classifications, and joins an international network of expert centres in health classifications and coding development. HSCIC chief executive Andy Williams said this had taken "many months of hard work" and would enable its expertise to be "harnessed internationally" to "drive improvements to information to improve health, not just in this country but around the world."

29 July 2014

INRstar supports NICE guidelines

INRstar, a provider of anticoagulation management software, has announced that it is now able to support all the recommendations of NICE's Guideline 180 on the management of atrial fibrilation, including the latest guidance on the management of patients on new oral anticoagulants, as well as those on warfarin.

29 July 2014

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