27 November 2014 11:38


Special reports

The roll-out of blood tracking across the NHS has been slow, but it is gathering pace. Meantime, trusts are finding other uses for real-time location services, Jennifer Trueland discovers.
20 October 2014

Special report: voice recognition


Special report: business intelligence / big data


Special report: systems integration/portals


Special report: radiology information systems


Special report: mental health


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Insight

While claiming she’s not ‘typical CIO material’, Lisa Franklin can’t hide her fascination for data. She explains to Paul Curran why she’s passionate about putting it to better use in healthcare.
26 November 2014

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NHS England is holding a key open source event in Newcastle this week. Ahead of the event, EHI editor Jon Hoeksma argues the movement will have much to celebrate; but some major tests still lie ahead.
26 November 2014


The work that Barts Health has put into its Cerner Millennium system helped it to win the new category of ‘digital trust or health board of the year’ at the EHI Awards 2014. Sam Sachdeva reports.
26 November 2014

Epic challenge, Epic optimism

Commemorating: Professor Rick Jones

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2020 vision

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Another view: of support chat

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Joe’s view: of records standards



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Industry
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Three NHS trusts have agreed to set up a community interest company with IMS Maxims to guide the development of its open source electronic patient record system.
27 November 2014

Advanced Computer Software Group has accepted a cash bid from technology-focused private equity firm Vista that values it £725m.
25 November 2014

The newly formed University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has chosen System C’s Medway electronic patient record system to implement across the trust while retaining an in-house clinical portal.
24 November 2014

Nine CSUs reach final stage of framework

22 August 2014

Colchester delays PAS go-live further

22 August 2014

Tiara9 trials for C&B compliance

18 August 2014

Royal birth for Philips monitors

15 August 2014

226 bids worth £360m made to tech fund 2

15 August 2014

System C to cut 150 jobs

12 August 2014
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Smart glasses offer vision of future

7 August 2014

Homerton tracks paper with 6PM

7 August 2014
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Spire hospital trials wearable monitors

7 August 2014
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Cerner buys Siemens' Soarian business

6 August 2014

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News in brief
Leeds Teaching Hospitals adopts Episys

The pharmacy manufacturing unit of St James' University Hospital in Leeds has implemented a labelling and worksheets solution from Episys. The unit provides sterile, aseptic products to Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and the wider Yorkshire region, and had found itself with a worksheet and label for everyone of 600 lines. The new solution means that a single, master copy of the worksheets can be held, improving efficiency and reducing labelling errors.

16 July 2014




Spirit Healthcare given grant

Spirit Healthcare, which provides systems for managing diabetes, dermatology, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and heart failure, has been given a Technology Strategy Board grant of £155,000. The SMART grant will be put towards a £344,000 project to develop Clinitouch, a telehealth product to further enable the management of COPD and diabetes patients at home.

16 July 2014


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