28 July 2014 05:13


Industry view

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


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Insight
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GP Neil Paul wonders why the NHS doesn’t provide free wi-fi for all its staff; and has some ideas for generating enough income to provide free wi-fi for visitors and patients.
22 July 2014


The deputy director of Informatics Merseyside was studying music when she was bitten by the health bug. Lis Evenstad talked to her as she launched a major information sharing strategy.
22 July 2014

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Barts Health NHS Trust is working on number of integration projects, underpinned by IT. Sam Sachdeva spoke to its chief clinical information officer, Charles Gutteridge, about the challenges this is posing.
21 July 2014

Clinical digital maturity index, progress and next steps

Joe’s view of 40m SCRs

25

Health CIO profile: Mark Thomas

How do you do IT?

1

Power to the people on the sharing economy




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Industry
The second edition of a survey about open source within the NHS will help to measure how attitudes towards its use are changing following NHS England initiatives, its creator says.
28 July 2014

Doncaster delays PAS go-live

25 June 2014

Open source EPR gives Taunton options

25 June 2014
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Barking still struggling with PAS issues

24 June 2014

Six suppliers on ESR shortlist

23 June 2014
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UK dose registry 'at planning stage'

23 June 2014

Penalise lack of EPRs - report

20 June 2014
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Leaked ICO audit reveals data breach

19 June 2014
2

TechUK sets out view on EPRs

19 June 2014

Cerner launches cloud EPR for NHS trusts

19 June 2014
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Royal Free, London's first to exit NPfIT

18 June 2014
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News in brief
GE Healthcare acquires theatre IT company

GE Healthcare has announced that it is to acquire CHCA Computers Systems, an operating room management and analytics provider, based in Montreal Canada, which developed the Opera software application that is used extensively in Scotland and in a handful of trusts in England, according to the EHI Intelligence Database. GE said the move would enable it to offer healthcare organisations a more integrated suite of software to manage theatres and improve efficiency and outcomes.

2 April 2014




BridgeHead Software announces partnership with Capita Healthcare Decisions

BridgeHead Software has announced a partnership with Capital Healthcare Decisions to offer new and existing customers a 'healthcare platform as a service' for data management. The solution will enable hospitals to store, protect and share data from a wide range of administrative and clinical applications in a secure, N3 accredited, UK data centre, and to make it available to clinical and administrative staff at the point of need.

2 April 2014


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