Neil Paul wonders if his surgery needs an Amazon locker-style service for late-running patients, or a better electronic prescription service. A locker, says his head receptionist.
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was an early pioneer of IT; is now a leading Cerner site; and has just put itself in the ‘vanguard’ of testing new models of care, supported by technology. Thomas Meek paid it a visit.
Thomas Meek visits a GP surgery in Romford that is trying out AskMyGP; an online access service that is trying to prevent unnecessary appointments; an idea right in line with local ‘vanguard’ work.
Clinical commissioning groups were unexpectedly given responsibility for leading the NHS’ digital ambitions at the NHS Expo. Rebecca McBeth considers the implications.
NHS Hack Days puts people with problems and people with IT skills together in a room. But what is the lasting impact? Thomas Meek finds out ahead of the next NHS Hack Day next weekend.
Glasgow’s new ‘super hospital’ is an impressive building with impressive IT. Reporter Thomas Meek went to take a look; and, of course, he started with the robot porters.
Why do so many incumbent IT suppliers get overtaken in their markets? GP Neil Paul's been reading up on the subject, and reckons that some primary care suppliers should do the same.
The EPR team at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has named their baby Elsa Penelope Rose. Two years on from her birth, Thomas Meek goes to see how she is developing.
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