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Neil Paul values user review sites; as long as he knows something about the people doing the reviewing. The NHS’ online feedback sites need to adopt some of the same thinking, he suggests.
17 September 2014

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What kind of insights can you get out of 180m rows of hospital and primary care data? Sam Sachdeva joined a London data challenge to find out.
15 September 2014


Adrian Byrne considers the impact of health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s call for a ‘paperless’ NHS. Is it clear what it is meant to be achieved? And will it be worth achieving?
15 September 2014

Joe’s view: open EHR

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Made to measure

Health CIO profile: Thomas Poulter

Apple bites into wearables

Power to the people on communities of care



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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

Customer platform 'a state of mind'

12 March 2013
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King's rolls out Wardware

11 March 2013
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30 apps to collect CQUIN data

8 March 2013
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Morecambe gets Horizon View of Lorenzo

5 March 2013
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Slippage in 111 go-live covered

4 March 2013
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Name your healthcare IT champion 2013

4 March 2013

Scrapbook put on firm Foundation

4 March 2013

Telehealth helps during cold snap

1 March 2013
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Luton develops patient portal

1 March 2013
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NHS CB gets patient 'insight' via app

28 February 2013
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Patient guidance for records access

28 February 2013
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Lives not improved by telehealth

27 February 2013
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Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust has chosen Allscripts as its preferred supplier for a new electronic patient record system to provide clinicians with a “heads-up display” of real-time information.
Personal digital health technologies could replace the traditional healthcare systems in the way that electricity made candles obsolete, health entrepreneur Ali Parsa has claimed.
The Health and Social Care Board in Northern Ireland is leading a €5.5m European project to help people live independently through the use of technology.
A quarter of the most senior jobs at NHS England may be cut, but its information and analytics capabilities are set to be boosted.
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust has chosen Allscripts as its preferred supplier for a new electronic patient record system to provide clinicians with a “heads-up display” of real-time information.
Four trusts in Kent and Medway are in legal discussions with GE Healthcare over problems with the implementation of the company’s radiology information system.
The replacement for the NHS data spine, Spine2, went live over the bank holiday weekend.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust could save £35m over the next five years thanks to its IT strategy and implementation of the Lorenzo electronic patient record system, the trust says.
System C is testing a new software release at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust to resolve issues with the deployment of its Medway patient administration system.
A quarter of the most senior jobs at NHS England may be cut, but its information and analytics capabilities are set to be boosted.
Between two and four clinical commissioning groups will be selected "in the coming weeks" to begin the pathfinder stage of the care.data programme.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has implemented a bespoke version of Emis Web to build a single shared child health record, while it helps Emis to develop its child health functionality.
Breaking down information silos between different health providers is essential if the government is to successfully join up health and social care, health minister Dr Dan Poulter has said.
A quarter of the most senior jobs at NHS England may be cut, but its information and analytics capabilities are set to be boosted.
The National Information Board is set to release its long awaited informatics strategy later this year, outlining a ten-year plan for how to make the most of data and technology in healthcare.
Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
Breaking down information silos between different health providers is essential if the government is to successfully join up health and social care, health minister Dr Dan Poulter has said.
Fewer than 3% of patients have access to their GP medical records online, according to figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre’s indicator portal.


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