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Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has taken a unique approach to scanning its paper records – and carried off an EHI Award into the bargain. Paul Curran reports.
15 April 2014

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Paul Hodgkin, the founder of Patient Opinion, wonders what the future holds for health as Moore’s Law continues to hold and computer power takes it into the second half of the chess board.
15 April 2014

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Mike Jones, chief information officer at Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust, continues his exploration of ‘meaningful use’ in the UK, by explaining his organisation’s approach in more detail.
15 April 2014

New brooms, old guards, core values

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Ade Memoire on portals

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Tech city, Dundalk style

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Game on for patient online

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Another view of Code4Health

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Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust has developed a mobile app to give staff access to emergency procedure guidelines.
7 April 2014

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An app that helps doctors to assess burns and deliver better treatment to patients has emerged as the overall winner of the EHI Awards 2013 in association with CGI.
11 October 2013

Around 250 cancer patients at a London trust are using an in-house portal to check appointments, view clinic letters and communicate with their clinicians.
16 August 2013

EHI is launching a national ‘Hunt for EPR Exemplars’: a search to find the UK hospitals that have made the greatest strides in using electronic patient records to improve patient care.
15 August 2013

Blackpool's Galaxy quest

27 April 2012

Patients Know Best in US trial

25 April 2012
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Better basics for Guy's and St Thomas'

20 April 2012

Solihull virtual ward tries Air Products

17 April 2012
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Walsall works with PatientShare

17 April 2012

£213m IT plan for Guy's and St Thomas'

16 April 2012
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Primary care faces 'app explosion'

13 April 2012
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Spire and Carestream put PACS on tablets

10 April 2012

Alder Hey trials 'bring your own device'

10 April 2012

Northern Devon collects CIDS on tablets

5 April 2012

Inhaler training by video game

2 April 2012

DH launches £2m health tech prizes

30 March 2012
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University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust has become one of the first in Europe to deploy an integrated digital pathology system.
Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust is implementing new IT systems as part of its response to the problems with cancer pathways that led to it being put into ‘special measures’ last year.
NHS England has unveiled details of the 20 GP projects that will benefit from the £50m Challenge Fund to improve access to primary care.
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect" than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC's, Philippe Houssiau has said.
The Health and Social Care Information centre has admitted to repeated data breaches involving the Hospital Episode Statistics.
NHS England has released its plans for how more than £230m in GP IT funding will be spent over the next year to ensure all practices across England have high-quality IT systems.
Sixteen suppliers of GP IT systems have signed up to a new GP Systems of Choice framework, but TPP has not.
The government has signed a deal with Microsoft to provide Windows XP support and security updates for the entire public sector, including the NHS.
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect" than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC's, Philippe Houssiau has said.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still in negotiations around the new GP Systems of Choice contract, which they hope to conclude by the end of this week.
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect" than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC's, Philippe Houssiau has said.
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect" than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC's, Philippe Houssiau has said.
The Health and Social Care Information centre has admitted to repeated data breaches involving the Hospital Episode Statistics.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre and TPP are still in negotiations around the new GP Systems of Choice contract, which they hope to conclude by the end of this week.
The Health and Social Care Information centre has admitted to repeated data breaches involving the Hospital Episode Statistics.


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