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Commissioning

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is pulling out of two NHS 111 contracts in the south west of England.
27 May 2015

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

More cities to control health budgets

15 May 2015
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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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Insight
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In the first of a new, monthly column looking at disruptive technologies, Digital Health reporter Thomas Meek considers the potential of the iWatch – and why so many EPR vendors are rushing to link up with it.
20 May 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


Newsletters

Digital Health Primary Care Issue 518, 20 May 2015 Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the NHS was safe in his hands – as long as it managed to work seven days per week, while Chancellor George Osborne indicated that more big city health services could have their budgets run councils.

EHI Primary Care Issue 517, 13 May 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 516, 06 May 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 515, 29 April 2015


EHI Primary Care Issue 514, 22 April 2015



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Primary Care

A GP e-consultation and self-help web service expects to reach 2 million patients by this time next year.
27 May 2015

NHS 111 should be “scrapped” in its current form, GP leaders have said.
26 May 2015

All NHS hospitals, health centres and GP surgeries in Worcestershire will receive IT support from independent provider Computacenter as part of a five-year agreement worth up to £18 million.
26 May 2015

West London CCGs work on data sharing

18 March 2015
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Data advisory group to disband

16 March 2015
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Emis and TPP sign data sharing pact

13 March 2015
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Another trust outlines CP-IS plans

13 March 2015
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Code4Health courses underway

12 March 2015

Nursing tech fund 2 awards announced

12 March 2015
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Lords to examine NHS identity bill

12 March 2015
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Cumbria launches child risk e-referrals

10 March 2015

EHI Awards 2015 open for entries

9 March 2015
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Scottish data share plan survives vote

9 March 2015
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News in brief
QInnovation Award open for entries

QResearch has announced details of this year’s QInnovation Award which recognises innovative research to improve the nation’s health – with a grant of up to £10,000 for the winner. Now in its second year, the award is inviting entries from UK research teams involved in projects that are likely to benefit patients or improve clinical care in primary, secondary or community health. Entries will be officially accepted from 1 November 2013 until 31 January

4 November 2013




iPLATO launches new QOF feature

iPLATO has launched a new feature which allows practices to completely automate the collection of patient data. During the QoF season, users of the company's premium service will be able to automatically read code patient replies to text messaging campaigns back to the medical record. So when a patient replies NEVER to a text message from their practice that requests an updated smoking status, the answer is automatically read coded on to the correct medical record,­ ready for inclusion in the calculation in the end of year QoF score.

4 November 2013


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