24 May 2015 14:07


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Commissioning

Thousands of urgent care plans for the chronically ill and dying will be shared between health and social care providers across London using InterSystems’ HealthShare.
18 May 2015

Chancellor George Osborne has opened the way for more big cities to take control of local healthcare budgets.
15 May 2015

CCGs need IT practice agreements

8 May 2015

NHS Choices aims to aggregate

24 April 2015
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CSC chosen for Trafford centre

16 March 2015
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Vanguard areas given marching orders

11 March 2015
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Tower Hamlets leads on mental health

2 March 2015
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Medway NHS Foundation Trust has become the first in the country to appoint a chief quality officer to its board. Lyn Whitfield talks to Trisha Bain, the former director of informatics taking on the new role.
20 May 2015


CSC’s head of healthcare in the UK tells Jon Hoeksma the company has “stayed the course” on Lorenzo, but its future lies in supporting new service models.
20 May 2015


Newsletters

EHI Primary Care Issue 517, 13 May 2015 Jeremy Hunt was back at his desk as health secretary following the general election, and the entry deadline for the EHI Awards was close.

EHI Primary Care Issue 516, 06 May 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 515, 29 April 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 514, 22 April 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 513, 15 April 2015



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The directors of Barts Health NHS Trust lack confidence in their own data and its staff face significant records challenges, according to Professor Sir Mike Richards, the chief inspector of hospitals.
22 May 2015

GP practices in Bath and North East Somerset are using a mobile solution provided by Targett Business Technology to support weekend services.
21 May 2015

Data about the surcharge status of immigrants using the NHS has been uploaded to the NHS data Spine, the Health and Social Care Information Centre has confirmed.
21 May 2015

NHS to trial innovations in 'test beds'

27 March 2015

Dr Foster bought by Oz telecoms firm

26 March 2015

Govt hopeful on patient access target

26 March 2015
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London information exchange on way

26 March 2015
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NHS launches mental health app library

25 March 2015

Adenubi moves from GPSoC to data role

24 March 2015
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Microtest's Guru sees wisdom in MIG

24 March 2015

EU ministers back data privacy changes

23 March 2015
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Emis hails strong 2014 results

20 March 2015

Kelsey pushes for free NHS wi-fi

19 March 2015
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News in brief
TPP judged top company

TPP has come first in 'The 100 best small companies to work for 2014' list, up from its second place last year. TPP founder and chief executive, Frank Hester, was also runner up in the 'best leader' category of the Best Companies competition, which is judged on a number of criteria, including a survey of staff. In the survey, 100% of staff said they were never bored at work, while 97% felt it made a 'positive difference', and 92% said they had opportunities for 'personal growth.' Company benefits includ a training allowance, massages and free fruit - and a generous holiday allowance.

11 March 2014




Telehealth firm looks for crowdfunding

Cardiff-based telehealth firm Time for Medicine has launched a bid to raise £300,000 using the crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom. The company, which has been spun out of the University Hospital of Wales, has a web-based platform that enables patient data collected in a number of settings, including pharmacies and GP surgeries, to be presented to a specialist via a clinical dashboard. The specialist can then advise on treatment or referrals.

11 March 2014


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