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The Clatterbrige Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust is making a big investment in IT as it prepares to open a £118m specialist centre in Liverpool. Sam Sachdeva paid it a visit.
19 August 2014

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GP Neil Paul says some clear thinking is needed about where IT can be used to meet patient demand and save the NHS money, and where it will make things worse; but a couple of real cases show the difference pretty clearly.
19 August 2014


Dermot O’Riordan is the first CCIO to occupy a chief executive’s chair. Lyn Whitfield talked to him about his job, his trust’s big Cerner project, and the joys of cycling in the pelting, freezing rain.
18 August 2014

Joe’s view of ‘The One Thing Test’

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On the buses

Three months and counting to an Epic event

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University researchers at Imperial College London have developed a mobile app to help patients prepare for surgery and reduce the risk of surgical complications.
11 July 2014

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Apple has announced its new iPhone operating system will feature a health information platform, called HealthKit, which will work as a central repository for data from various health and fitness devices.
6 June 2014

A website has been created to help people who suffer long-term pain to create a garden that shows how they are feeling about it.
17 April 2014

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

Facebook and Twitter liked for health

9 May 2012

Somerset plans 4,000 telehealth users

4 May 2012

Nominate your champion of the year

3 May 2012

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

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London trusts are exiting their national digital imaging contracts on schedule, a bulletin from the Health and Social Care Information Centre has suggested.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust has expanded its deployment of the Kainos Evolve electronic document and records management system, and plans to introduce an iPad-specific version.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has signed a ten-year contract with Cerner to implement its Millennium electronic patient record system, in a shift from a ‘best of breed’ to ‘single supplier’ approach to EPR.
System C is to cut its workforce by a quarter, with up to 150 jobs set to go.
The second round of NHS England’s tech fund has received fewer bids than the first, and trusts are looking for less money, according to figures from NHS England.
The Department of Health has reportedly lost its long-standing court battle with Fujitsu over the company’s departure from the National Programme for IT.
North Bristol NHS Trust has become the first NHS trust to sign to take the Lorenzo electronic patient record system from CSC in an open procurement.
System C is to cut its workforce by a quarter, with up to 150 jobs set to go.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Plans to end central funding of email-to-SMS services for NHSmail2 will “go down like a lead balloon” with GPs, a primary care leader has warned.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has signed a ten-year contract with Cerner to implement its Millennium electronic patient record system, in a shift from a ‘best of breed’ to ‘single supplier’ approach to EPR.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has signed a ten-year contract with Cerner to implement its Millennium electronic patient record system, in a shift from a ‘best of breed’ to ‘single supplier’ approach to EPR.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Data quality issues following a deployment of Cerner Millennium have affected the ability of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver on 18-week referral to treatment targets, according to a progress report.
NHS England has launched a survey on the use of the NHS Number, which is once again being promoted as the primary identifier for patient information in England.
NHS Shared Business Services has issued a tender for a new clinical information systems framework worth up to £1.25 billion over six years.
The Department of Health has reportedly lost its long-standing court battle with Fujitsu over the company’s departure from the National Programme for IT.


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