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NHS England’s second technology fund has been cut by nearly £200 million, with only one-fifth of bidders to receive any money, EHI News has exclusively learned.
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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with an electronic prescribing and medicines administration system from JAC.
24 February 2015

Newborn screening tech covers England

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IPP picks CliniSys for new path service

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System C works with Bluespier

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Emis does deal with Niche Health for report software

Emis has signed a five-year deal with Niche Health to use its software, which creates and electronically sends reports for third-party organisations – such as insurers - while automatically redacting sensitive information. The company’s Intelligent General Practice Reporting software will be deployed free of charge to all Emis GP practices under the partnership agreement. Guy Bridgewater, Niche Health’s managing director, said: “Supporting GPs on their paperless journey is a key focus for Niche Health so we are delighted to be working with Emis to deliver our ground breaking iGPR solution to all Emis GP practices.”

3 March 2015




ESPO launches document management framework contract

ESPO, a public sector purchasing organisation, has launched a new electronic document scanning solutions framework, aimed particularly at the NHS. The framework, which is also available to local authorities, schools, and similar bodies, includes scanning, storing and disposing of documetns and the supply of software and consultancy services. Nasir Makda, category manager at EPSO's building and facilities management team, said the framework would mean that NHS organisations would not need to go through a full OJEU tendering process to secure these products and services, as they sought to deliver on health secretary Jeremy Hunt's call for a 'paperless' NHS by 2018.

24 February 2015




Mayden wins funding from Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare

Mayden has won funding from the 2014 Small Busines Research Initiative for Healthcare to develop and launch an online hub to enable improving access to psychological therapies services to prescribe, review, select and book online treatments for patients, including live therapy sessions and self-guided CBT programs and apps. The hub will be built around laptus, a patient management system that is already used by the majority of the UK's IAPT services.

24 February 2015




Oxehealth trials camera monintors in Oxford

Oxehealth, a camera-based health monitoring company, is trialling video baby monitors at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. The idea is to send heart and respiratory rate information to parents and caregivers, and to alert them to changes in vital signs.

24 February 2015




Isansys trials monitoring platform in India

Isansys Lifecare has announced that it has been running a pilot study of its Patient Status Engine, a real-time vital sign patient data acquisition and analysis platform, with a medical centre in India. The Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences trialled the platform for three weeks in its nephrology and cardiology units, where selected patients were fitted with wireless monitors, and their data streams delivered to desktops and mobile devices. The company says the pilot proved that the platform would be a viable and affordable alternative to standard patient monitoring equipment. It is now looking at comunity use.

24 February 2015


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