31 July 2014 02:19

NHS England has issued an invitation to tender for organisations wanting to become genomic centres for its project to sequence 100,000 genomes.
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

King's Fund warns of "cracks" in system

17 July 2014


The chief information officer of Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust arrived from global pharma with a remit to transform its IT operations. Sam Sachdeva talks to her.
30 July 2014


GP Neil Paul wonders why the NHS doesn’t provide free wi-fi for all its staff; and has some ideas for generating enough income to provide free wi-fi for visitors and patients.
22 July 2014

Primary Care

Nearly 300 families are using Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust’s electronic version of the Redbook children’s health record.
29 July 2014

The Breaking Free Online programme is to be piloted in prisons, as part of a government ‘virtual campus’ to give prisoners access to life and employment skills.
29 July 2014

The Information Commissioner’s Office is examining why insurance companies are requesting patients’ full medical records from GP practices instead of using standard procedures to obtain relevant information.
28 July 2014

King's Fund warns crisis "inevitable"

1 May 2014

TPP signs GPSoC

30 April 2014

Pharmacists want SCR access

30 April 2014

Scotland live with 111

29 April 2014

Central Manchester extends GP access

24 April 2014

E-referrals to go live in November

24 April 2014

GPs to offer hotline for patient care

23 April 2014

500 GP practices to pilot care.data

23 April 2014

DH rolls back GP records access promise

23 April 2014

TPP likely to sign GPSoC shortly

22 April 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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