14 July 2014 02:32


From car sharing to sharing care – Paul Hodgkin asks: "What does the 'sharing economy' mean for health?"
8 July 2014


The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons after an IT implementation went awry. But the trust is back on track – and a wiser place too, Linda Davidson discovers.
8 July 2014


Many of Neil Paul’s GP colleagues have been upset by the news that two appraisal toolkits are merging. He’s worried this is just part of a trend away from proper software commissioning.
25 June 2014

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CCIO profile: Martin Wilson


Joe’s view of SUSing out IT systems


Health CIO profile: James Thomas

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Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust has gone live with its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record system at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, after a “total overhaul” of its data migration strategy.
14 July 2014

NHS Dumfries and Galloway is creating an electronic shared care record to integrate primary and secondary care data.
14 July 2014

Homerton procures VNA from BridgeHead

13 June 2014

HSCIC chooses N3 aggregators

13 June 2014

Open data could add £216bn to UK economy

12 June 2014

Allscripts wants "smart trusts"

12 June 2014

IMS Maxims releases source code for EPR

12 June 2014

George Eliot deploys Lorenzo

10 June 2014

Oxford Health plans October EPR go-live

10 June 2014

Bristol joins up pathology

9 June 2014

CoWs to bust bureaucracy

9 June 2014

Imperial concerned with reliance on XP

9 June 2014

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News in brief
Capita becomes N3 aggregator

The Health and Social Care Information Centre has announced that Capita Healthcare Decisions will become the first private sector partner able to connect new business and services to N3. The company will play the role of an aggregator, providing a resilient, secure connection to the network that will enable third-party organisations to supply services to N3 users. This means it will conduct the vetting and assessment process, ensuring that suppliers meet N3 standards of data security and IT resilience. The move is part of a wider aim to improve access to N3 to encourage innovation.

11 March 2014

Unify and Hospedia collaborate on patient workflow

Unify, formerly known as Siemens Enterprise Communications, is working with Hospedia, a provider of bedside entertainment and information units, on a unified communications-enabled patient workflow. As part of the partnership between the two companies, Hospedia will integrate Unify's OpenSpace voice and unified comunications solutions into its patient flow management system, ExtraMed and its bedside clinical applications. They claim this will remove the need for manual whiteboarding, and give hospitals an electronic means of tracking patients and auditing care in real-time. It should also improve communications between clinical teams.

11 March 2014

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