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Six months after Microsoft ended general support for Windows XP, EHI ran a short survey to find out whether it is still an issue for trusts. It is. Lis Evenstad and Lyn Whitfield report.
23 October 2014


The new president of the Royal College of Physicians has been plunged into the debate about the future of the NHS. Lyn Whitfield talks to her about the RCP’s Future Hospital vision, which is underpinned by IT.
22 October 2014


Rachel Dunscombe, the chief information officer at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, she tells Paul Curran why she opted for a career in IT, rather than music.
22 October 2014

The man with the plan

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Another view of simple tech

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EHI Live profile: Andrew Griffiths

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Widdicombe Fair

Health CIO profile: Neil Darvill



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Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has launched a mobile app for patients to send feedback to the trust as a video, sound recording, picture or text.
6 October 2014

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The second edition of a nationwide survey on wi-fi access within the NHS should show whether organisations are heeding a call for improved access.
30 September 2014

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

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

Second round for ITK fund

22 March 2013
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N3 gets PSN certified

22 March 2013
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Quake sparks data sharing in NZ

20 March 2013
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ITK money links PAS to online booking

20 March 2013
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ITK funding links telehealth to records

19 March 2013

GPs can ride the social media highway

19 March 2013

New feedback service on show

18 March 2013

ITK fund projects struggling

18 March 2013
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Ten more apps for NHS apps library

15 March 2013
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Nervecentre runs Leicester at night

14 March 2013
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Tablets here to stay in radiology

14 March 2013

Imperial sticks it to Windows

14 March 2013

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Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
NHS England’s Five Year Forward View could provide a “turning point” for the information revolution, Tim Kelsey has told EHI.
The £30 billion NHS funding gap could be closed completely if the health service receives additional cash to develop new, more efficient care models, a report from NHS England has said.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
A major outage on NHS Spine has caused problems across the NHS and affected users are unable to access any Spine services.
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Medway patient administration system.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has become the tenth trust to sign up to take the Lorenzo electronic patient record system from CSC and estimates the project will cost £33m over ten years.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust declared a major incident last week after it lost access to clinical IT systems and was forced to re-route ambulances to other hospitals.
A major outage on NHS Spine has caused problems across the NHS and affected users are unable to access any Spine services.
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More than two thirds of respondents to a short EHI survey say they have not migrated off Windows XP six months after Microsoft ended its support for the obsolete operating system.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust has gone out to tender for a clinical portal to support its best of breed strategy towards a full electronic patient record system.
More than two thirds of respondents to a short EHI survey say they have not migrated off Windows XP six months after Microsoft ended its support for the obsolete operating system.
The rise of big data cannot be stopped so patients must be able to make “fine-grained” decisions about how their clinical information is shared and used, a GP has argued.
Key systems will provide the “electronic glue” that will enable different parts of the health service to work together, according to NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.


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