30 July 2014 16:09

NHS Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group has extended its telehealth programme by one year, with plans to develop a “step-down” phase to support patients once they leave the scheme.
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

Intelligence network for mental health

8 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

CQC consults on inspection regime

11 April 2014

CQRS error hits GP QOF payments

10 April 2014

Dashboard shows ambulance waiting times

10 April 2014

HSCIC admits to four HES data breaches

9 April 2014

Pseudo at source review for care.data

9 April 2014

Charity launches autism social network

8 April 2014

Cabinet Office agrees one year XP deal

3 April 2014

Patient Online accelerates

3 April 2014

RoI evidence needed for tech strategy

2 April 2014

TPP and HSCIC still talking on GPSoC

1 April 2014

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News in brief
Helix Health announces acquisition of pharmaSys

Helix Health has agreed to acquire the UK and Irish business of pharmaSys, a provider of web-based pharmacy management systems. Helix will offer pharmaSys' system alongside its own, QicScript PMR locally installed system, and argues this will give customers more choice when it comes to deciding how to manage their IT.

3 October 2012

Adastra gets ITK accreditation

Advanced Health and Care has achieved Interoperability Toolkit accreditation from the Department of Health for its out-of-hours system Adastra. The accreditation means the company has successfully met NHS Connecting for Health’s criteria for system interoperability. Jim Chase, managing director of Advanced Health and Care said: “As Adastra is able to talk to other IT solutions, this enables the NHS to streamline services and improve efficiencies, maximising the value of their IT investments.”



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