22 August 2014 00:56


Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a £300m investment into the project to sequence 100,000 genomes by 2017.
4 August 2014

Policy makers have been warned to avoid describing telecare as a “magic bullet” in the latest study to cast serious doubt on the cost effectiveness of remote monitoring and intervention.
1 August 2014

NHS England issues genomics tender

31 July 2014

Bristol CCG extends telehealth contract

30 July 2014

Open source survey launched

28 July 2014

HSCIC data lab details in November

24 July 2014

NHS England seeks head of intelligence

21 July 2014

The Clatterbrige Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust is making a big investment in IT as it prepares to open a £118m specialist centre in Liverpool. Sam Sachdeva paid it a visit.
19 August 2014


GP Neil Paul says some clear thinking is needed about where IT can be used to meet patient demand and save the NHS money, and where it will make things worse; but a couple of real cases show the difference pretty clearly.
19 August 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 481, 13 August 2014 A police chief ruffled a few feathers by suggesting that officers could do with access to the medical records of vulnerable people, and Paul Hodgkin took some testing maths.

EHI Primary Care Issue 480, 6 August 2014

EHI Primary Care Issue 479, 30 July 2014

EHI Primary Care Issue 478, 23 July 2014

EHI Primary Care Issue 477, 16 July 2014

Primary Care

All nine commissioning support unit alliances have got a place on the final stage of assessment for NHS England’s lead provider framework.
22 August 2014

North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust has created an online game to educate people about what happens when they call 999.
19 August 2014

Giving patients access to their GP records can reduce demand for traditional appointments and telephone calls to practices, a research study has suggested.
19 August 2014

Survey confirms telehealth ignorance

11 June 2014

Surrey pilots telehealth for depression

5 June 2014

Emis gives pharmacists GP record access

2 June 2014

GPs call for patient opt-in to care.data

29 May 2014

West Cornwall to pilot record sharing

27 May 2014

Norfolk plans 2015 Lorenzo go-live

27 May 2014

MPs look abroad for records inspiration

15 May 2014

£240m 'tech fund 2' opens for bids

14 May 2014

TPP GPSoC delay due to incomplete doc

8 May 2014

PAC doubts e-referrals success

7 May 2014

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News in brief
iCaps Comparisons supports clinical commissioning

A new efficiency tool, iCaps Comparisons, has been launched to provide clinicial commissioners with information on the quality and cost of services directly to GP desktops so they can be used at the point of referral. The company says this will enable GPs to maximise quality and choice for patients, while ensuring value for money. The tool can also be used by commissioners to benchmark the quality and cost of care across providers.

19 March 2013

Salisbury phone follow-up saves 200 visits a year

Specialist urology nurses at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust have set up nurse-led telephone follow up appointments for patients with lower urinary tract symptoms that have reduced hospital visits by 200 a year. Patients reportedly prefer the new service because it is more convenient than visiting the hospital.


10 January 2013

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