20 December 2014 14:24


 
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Commissioning

IBM looks set to run the Electronic Staff Record after being named as the preferred bidder to take over the contract next summer.
18 December 2014

A Salford drug trial, using Graphnet’s CareCentric electronic patient record, is providing real-world insight into how patients use their medication, one of the study’s researchers has told EHI.
17 December 2014

Call for better community services data

4 December 2014
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Hunt says £2 billion is for 'change'

3 December 2014
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Osborne 'finds £2 billion for NHS'

1 December 2014
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Midlands CSUs merge

21 November 2014
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£1 billion PCS tender issued

18 November 2014
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Insight

Dr Paul Upton from Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust was this year’s winner of the ‘CCIO award for clinical informatics leadership’. Claire Read finds out how he has turned a job for a former medical director into a transformative role.
17 December 2014

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Joe McDonald’s festive column could also be called “my Christmas tree has a train in it.” Or “this year the gingerbread helipad is go.” But it’s all about healthcare IT, really.
11 December 2014


Newsletters

EHI Primary Care Issue 497, 10 December 2014 Empowering patients by giving them online access to personal health records is a hot topic within health IT, with patient access a major focus of the National Information Board’s recent IT framework.

EHI Primary Care Issue 496, 3 December 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 495, 26 November 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 494, 19 November 2014


EHI Primary Care Issue 493, 12 November 2014



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Primary Care

A Manchester mobile treatment service, using the IMS Maxims electronic patient record system to deliver paper-light care, is hopeful it can extend its contract with local clinical commissioning groups.
19 December 2014

An independent review on the first stage of NHS England’s controversial care.data programme says a wide range of “unresolved” questions must be answered before it can proceed.
19 December 2014

NHS England has reported a big jump in the proportion of patients who are able to access their GP records online.
16 December 2014

Four care.data pathfinders chosen

8 October 2014
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A third of GPs live with EPS R2

7 October 2014
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E-referrals launch delayed

6 October 2014
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Hunt extends Challenge Fund by £100m

1 October 2014

GPSoC testing to start by Christmas

30 September 2014
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Third-party report GP software launched

29 September 2014

An app for the skinny on skin cancers

29 September 2014

UK firms boldly go into tricorder finals

26 September 2014

Patients need 'control panel' for data

26 September 2014
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US and UK work on obesity 'disruptors'

25 September 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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