28 January 2015 22:11

NHS England's £240m technology fund has been raided by the Treasury to help meet A&E pressures in the run up to the general election.
23 January 2015

Independent healthcare provider Ramsay Health Care has signed a ten-year contract with IMS Maxims for its open source electronic patient record system and clinical modules.
23 January 2015

Another Welsh board rolls out free wi-fi

22 January 2015

EMRAD picks GE as imaging supplier

21 January 2015

Gateshead completes imaging refresh

19 January 2015

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Tunstall works on carers' portal

Tunstall Healthcare is developing an integrated health and care platform to support informal, or unpaid, carers who look after older and vulnerable people. The iCarer project is talking to carers to identify what they need to help them with their daily lives. The aim is to develop a personalised e-learning and communication platform and to give people access to a support network of experts and formal carers. The system will also incorporate Tunstall's lifestyle monitoring services, ADLife.

18 December 2014

Ipswich puts documents in Varonis cloud store

Ipswich Hospital is using a system called DatAnywhere from Varonis to securely store documents that staff need to access on an ad hoc basis. An immediate benefit is that the trust has cut the cost of printing board papers and minutes, because board members can instantly access the documents through the system. It has also enabled the trust to share large files securely with third parties.

18 December 2014

EuroKing appoints clinical business development manager

EuroKing Maternity Software Solutions has appointed a new clinical business development manager, Helen Beaumont-Kellner; a registered nurse who has worked for nine years in clinical research, and who previously worked for the Salford Lung Study. The company said Beaumont-Kellner will bring clinical governance and collaboration expertise to her role, and help it to achieve its ambition to collaborate with clinical research.

18 December 2014

St Helens and Knowsley picks Arvato HR platform

St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hopsitals NHS Trust is to use arvato's HR Direct platform to host its HR policies, procedures, and library of FAQs. This will support HR self-services for employees and their line-managers, and help the trust to provide consistent induction and development policies for junior doctors.

27 November 2014

Cisco helps to improve the lives of people living with Cystic Fibrosis in Nottingham

Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust has created a state of the art facility for patients with Cystic Fibrosis, who regularly have to spend weeks at a time in hospital. The new unit includes dedicated chefs and gym pods, alongside individual rooms with Cisco video technology to improve communications with family and friends. The technology will also enable patients to take part in group sessions on coping with their condition, which includes eating a diet of more than 5,000 calories per day, and specific forms of physiotherapy.

27 November 2014

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