27 November 2014 11:41


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Commissioning
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NHS Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit and NHS Arden CSU have announced plans for a merger.
21 November 2014

NHS England has issued a £1 billion tender for a single provider of primary care support services.
18 November 2014

Publish data or else - Keogh warns docs

17 November 2014

NHS heading into the red - NAO

7 November 2014
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King's Fund forecasts hard winter

30 October 2014

HSCIC data security report due February

21 October 2014
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North of England CSU deploys BI

20 October 2014

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Insight

While claiming she’s not ‘typical CIO material’, Lisa Franklin can’t hide her fascination for data. She explains to Paul Curran why she’s passionate about putting it to better use in healthcare.
26 November 2014

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NHS England is holding a key open source event in Newcastle this week. Ahead of the event, EHI editor Jon Hoeksma argues the movement will have much to celebrate; but some major tests still lie ahead.
26 November 2014


Newsletters

EHI Primary Care Issue 494, 19 November 2014 The National Information Board put out it’s much delayed not a strategy IT strategy. Dame Fiona Caldicott became the first national data guardian. And a pressure group called for jail time for data breaches.

EHI Primary Care Issue 493, 12 November 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 492, 28 October 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 491, 21 October 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 490, 14 October 2014



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Primary Care
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NHS England has been unable to answer repeated questions about when it will announce the list of trusts that made successful bids to the second round of its technology fund, as rumours swirl that the money on offer has been slashed.
27 November 2014

Advanced Computer Software Group has accepted a cash bid from technology-focused private equity firm Vista that values it £725m.
25 November 2014

NHS Blood and Transplant has enabled users to log-on to its website using their social media credentials as part of a bid to encourage more people to donate blood.
25 November 2014

NHS England invests in CCIOs

4 November 2014
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NIB framework due next week - Kelsey

4 November 2014
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Birmingham rethinks failed record plan

31 October 2014
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Choices and 111 reach usage milestones

28 October 2014

National systems to become 'glue' of NHS

24 October 2014
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NHS plan ‘turning point’ for IT - Kelsey

24 October 2014
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NHS can close £30 billion gap - Stevens

23 October 2014
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Philips launches breast cancer care app

21 October 2014

Spine outage leaves users without access

17 October 2014
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Don't wait for inspectors says CQC

17 October 2014

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News in brief
Telehealth firm looks for crowdfunding

Cardiff-based telehealth firm Time for Medicine has launched a bid to raise £300,000 using the crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom. The company, which has been spun out of the University Hospital of Wales, has a web-based platform that enables patient data collected in a number of settings, including pharmacies and GP surgeries, to be presented to a specialist via a clinical dashboard. The specialist can then advise on treatment or referrals.

11 March 2014




Health Fabric brings blue button to UK

Health Fabric has launched its 'blue button' at the Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester. The blue button initiative was developed in the US to enable patients to download and share their own healthcare information. Health Fabric integrates patient information from different clinical settings, and organises it under 'standard clinical headings'. This enables a summary to be created. Other features of the platform, which is aimed at those living with long-term conditions, include patient recorded health measurements and outcome measures, and integrated social media.

11 March 2014


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