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Patient.co.uk won an EHI Award last year for a mobile version of Patient Access. With deadlines looming for GPs to offer online services to patients, Fiona Barr reports on a timely winner.
26 January 2015

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University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust won the last EHI Award for the ‘best use of technology to share information with patients and carers’ for its myhealth@QEHB portal. Paul Curran finds out why.
21 January 2015


Bolton NHS Foundation Trust is unusual in having not just one chief clinical information officer, but four. Claire Read discovers they all have the same aims, but valuably different perspectives on achieving them.
20 January 2015



Open source projects will likely be the stand-out winners of NHS England’s tech fund 2 awards, EHI News has learned.
Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed it still plans to implement American supplier Epic’s electronic patient record system, saying it will go live “no later than June 2016”.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
The first Scottish health board to implement electronic prescribing is working to integrate the system with its new patient management system.
Trusts with bids for the second round of NHS England’s Nursing Technology Fund are being informed of their success, after the Treasury gave final approval for the fund.
The first Scottish health board to implement electronic prescribing is working to integrate the system with its new patient management system.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
The continued delay in the announcement of who has won money from the second round of the technology fund is putting projects at risk, according to a survey run by EHI.
Open source projects will likely be the stand-out winners of NHS England’s tech fund 2 awards, EHI News has learned.
Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group has gone live with System C’s Medway Proxima patient management system to provide a messaging interface for its GP referrals support service.
Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed it still plans to implement American supplier Epic’s electronic patient record system, saying it will go live “no later than June 2016”.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
Open source projects will likely be the stand-out winners of NHS England’s tech fund 2 awards, EHI News has learned.
NHS England has been warned its controversial care.data programme is at its “last chance saloon”, as it pushes ahead with the trial phase of the project.
NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
The continued delay in the announcement of who has won money from the second round of the technology fund is putting projects at risk, according to a survey run by EHI.
News in brief
Tunstall works on carers' portal

Tunstall Healthcare is developing an integrated health and care platform to support informal, or unpaid, carers who look after older and vulnerable people. The iCarer project is talking to carers to identify what they need to help them with their daily lives. The aim is to develop a personalised e-learning and communication platform and to give people access to a support network of experts and formal carers. The system will also incorporate Tunstall's lifestyle monitoring services, ADLife.

18 December 2014




Ipswich puts documents in Varonis cloud store

Ipswich Hospital is using a system called DatAnywhere from Varonis to securely store documents that staff need to access on an ad hoc basis. An immediate benefit is that the trust has cut the cost of printing board papers and minutes, because board members can instantly access the documents through the system. It has also enabled the trust to share large files securely with third parties.

18 December 2014


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