24 October 2014 19:47


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Commissioning
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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 will roll out its Raidr business intelligence software across 23 CCGs in Yorkshire and Humber.
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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Two Yorkshire CSUs merge

6 October 2014

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Insight
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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


Six months after Microsoft ended general support for Windows XP, EHI ran a short survey to find out whether it is still an issue for trusts. It is. Lis Evenstad and Lyn Whitfield report.
23 October 2014


Newsletters

EHI Primary Care Issue 490, 14 October 2014 An innovative sexual health clinic, that uses IT to offer an almost fully automated service to patients, emerged as the overall winner at the EHI Awards 2014 in association with CGI, while Harry Longman won the John Perry prize.

EHI Primary Care Issue 489, 7 October 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 488, 30 September 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 487, 23 September 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 486, 17 September 2014



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Primary Care
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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

NHS England’s Five Year Forward View could provide a “turning point” for the information revolution, Tim Kelsey has told EHI.
24 October 2014

The £30 billion NHS funding gap could be closed completely if the health service receives additional cash to develop new, more efficient care models, a report from NHS England has said.
23 October 2014

Urgent care change pilots started

21 August 2014
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Alien invasion? Call #team999

19 August 2014
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Records access may reduce GP pressures

19 August 2014
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226 bids worth £360m made to tech fund 2

15 August 2014

Music Mirrors created for My Brain Book

12 August 2014

Police chief calls for records access

11 August 2014
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Substance misuse patients get PKB record

11 August 2014
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Manchester sees end of Emis Web roll-out

11 August 2014
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Smart glasses offer vision of future

7 August 2014

Key care.data letters 'not sent'

5 August 2014
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News in brief
Anoto a winner at Patient Safety Awards

Anoto has won the 'technology and IT to improve patient safety' category of the Patient Safety Awards for its work on the Gwent Frailty Programme. The programme is designed to enable people in Gwent to live independently in their homes for as long as it is safe for them to do so. It has deployed 300 Anoto digital pens to capture information, digitise patient notes as they are written, and send them back to head office using Bluetooth connectivity and BlackBerry smartphones. This saves time for programme staff, and helps to make sure that patients receive the care they are expecting. The awards were set up by HSJ and Nursing Times.

15 July 2013




INRstar develops new interfaces to GP systems

INRstar, a producer of anticoagulation management software, has developed new interfaces to three GP clinical systems - Emis LV, PCS and Web, INPS Vision LAN, and TPP SystmOne. The interfaces are designed to make it easier to file INR consultations back to their clinical systems, and to automatically retrieve patient demographics when adding new patients.

15 July 2013


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