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Joe McDonald is forever coming across new ways to prove his identity and thinks it is about time that the NHS got into the same business.
22 April 2015

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Political parties keep promising patients online access to their medical records. EHI News editor Rebecca McBeth assesses progress in the latest feature on the coalition’s big healthcare IT promises.
22 April 2015

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Health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s call for a ‘paperless’ NHS was the big healthcare IT initiative of the past five years of coalition government. But are we close to achieving it – or even knowing what it means? Thomas Meek investigates.
16 April 2015



A consortium of 38 trusts in London and the South has saved £110m by moving to individual contracts with electronic patient record suppliers.
Two more RiO trusts in London and the south have chosen to move to new electronic patient record system suppliers before the end of their national contracts this October.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust will upgrade to a new version of System C’s Medway patient administration system following a series of issues with the previous version.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has reached the top of EHI's Clinical Digital Maturity Index following the roll-out of e-prescribing across all directorates.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has confirmed that Accenture is its nominated preferred supplier for the NHSmail service.
Royal Stoke University Hospital is the first UK hospital to go-live with NoemaLife’s Galileo electronic prescribing and medicines administration system.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has confirmed that Accenture is its nominated preferred supplier for the NHSmail service.
The Department of Health has confirmed that the transition to a new electronic staff record system for the NHS in England and Wales will begin in June this year as part of a phased rollout to conclude in November.
The UK launch of an open source vendor neutral archive is a “key piece of the jigsaw puzzle” to create an open digital health ecosystem, NHS England’s head of open source has said.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has confirmed that Accenture is its nominated preferred supplier for the NHSmail service.
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust have put back April go-live dates for the Lorenzo electronic patient record.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has reached the top of EHI's Clinical Digital Maturity Index following the roll-out of e-prescribing across all directorates.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has confirmed that Accenture is its nominated preferred supplier for the NHSmail service.
The Liberal Democrats have promised to open up access to GPs by phone and Skype in their manifesto, and to pay for this using a £250 million 'digital revolution' fund.
The potential for smartphone apps and wearable devices to have an effect on health outcomes has come under question in an article published by the BMJ.
The Liberal Democrats have promised to open up access to GPs by phone and Skype in their manifesto, and to pay for this using a £250 million 'digital revolution' fund.
NHS England has finally revealed the successful projects from the second round of its technology fund, nearly a year after it first opened for applications.
News in brief
Inhealthcare offers 1p NHS Number look-up

Inhealthcare has achieved accreditation from the Health and Social Care Information Centre to be an ITK Spine mini-services provider. This means that it can give organisations access tot he NHS Personal Demographics Service, which it is doing for a flat charge of 1p per NHS NUmber look-up. It has also developed an open source client that simplifies integration with other healthcare systems.

27 November 2014




Hitachi works with UltraLinq

Hitachi Data Systems has announced that it is working with a new customer; UltraLinq, a provider of cloud-based medical image management solutions. UltraLinq moved to Hitachi Cloud Services at the end of last year, and also worked with the company to move its main data centre from London to Reading, in order to be in a position to tender for UK NHS contracts. The UltraLinq technology is already used by the Civil Aviation Authority in the UK.

27 November 2014


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