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Commissioning

The King’s Fund has warned that the NHS is in for a hard winter, as its latest quarterly monitoring report shows a further deterioration in trust finances and NHS performance on key targets.
30 October 2014

A final report on the Health and Social Care Information Centre’s data security programme plans is set to be completed by February next year.
21 October 2014

North of England CSU deploys BI

20 October 2014

Two thirds of trusts still on XP

16 October 2014
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London should be digital health pioneer

16 October 2014

Wales tenders for community system

14 October 2014

Northern Ireland consults on IT strategy

9 October 2014
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Insight

Paul Hodgkin wonders about the role that modern, social media tools could play in communications about Ebola; particularly when it affects the NHS.
28 October 2014

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Simon Stevens has issued his ‘Five Year Forward View’ for the NHS. Lyn Whitfield looks at a report that tries to finish the work that Wanless started; not least when it comes to IT.
23 October 2014


Newsletters

EHI Primary Care Issue 491, 21 October 2014 Lord Darzi came up with more grand health plans for London. Neil Paul pondered the value of the simple device with a nice, big red button on it.

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Primary Care
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Plans to establish a Birmingham central care record have been cut back and given to a new organisation, after the region’s GP leaders raised concerns.
31 October 2014

Two NHS public technology services have hit milestone usage figures, according to figures put out by the Health and Social Care Information Centre and the Department of Health.
28 October 2014

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.
24 October 2014

US and UK work on obesity 'disruptors'

25 September 2014

Link consumer tech to health IT - Newton

25 September 2014
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Nursing tech fund 2 to be open to all

25 September 2014
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Punish EPR laggers - Kelsey

24 September 2014
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PHRs focus of IT strategy - Williams

24 September 2014
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Emis rocks EPR contract for Gibraltar

23 September 2014

Emis creates PHR with Apple HealthKit

18 September 2014
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Digital monitoring key to health future

16 September 2014
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NI leads EU health and care tech project

16 September 2014
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Plymouth to trial e-coaching

12 September 2014

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News in brief
TPP upgrades prison e-prescribing

TPP has received national roll-out approval for its new prison prescribing functionality. The move wil replace existing TPP functionality, and London will be the first area to receive the new system, starting with HMP Pentonville, which has 1,300 inmates. The new functionality includes an electronic medication chart, giving clinicians a quick overview of the patient's medication administration history, and workflow to make drug administration easier and more efficient. In addition, prisons can customise their own scripts and require prescribes to choose drugs from lists for a particular job.

26 February 2014




Tim Benson master class on the FFT

Tim Benson, a well-known medical computing expert and director of Routine Health Outcomes, will be giving a "master class" on the NHS Friends and Family test at the Hallam Conference Centre in London on 5 February. The event, organised by Healthcare Conferences UK, is a paid-for event, and will focus on making use of the information collected through the government-mandated test.

29 January 2014


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