Technology giant Philips has developed a “next generation” EPR, Tasy, that combines the clinical and administrative into one system. Laura Stevens speaks to the company’s global chief innovation and strategy officer, Jeroen Tas, and solutions lead UK and Ireland Stephen McMillan to find out more.
Philips is bringing an electronic patient record which merges the clinical and the administrative to the European market.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust is to replace legacy CSC clinical records with new RiO electronic patient record system from Servelec Health and Social Care.
Kevin Jarrold, CIO at both Imperial and Chelsea and Westminster, talks about his second Cerner deployment, Google’s Deepmind and GDEs.
Intersystems’ TrakCare has been selected as the electronic patient record supplier for three Liverpool acute trusts in a multi-million pound contract.
NHS Improvement has rejected the University Hospitals Of Leicester NHS Trust’s multi-million pound bid to deliver an integrated EPR.
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A glitch in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trusts Lorenzo PAS meant ten patients were not seen for over a year.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust is pursuing a Lorenzo development plan despite “significant” problems with the system.
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust expects deploying Cerner Millennium will now cost £12.24 million, against an original budget of £4.74 million.
With the National Programme for IT finally coming to close, and new funding scarce, there were fewer system deployments in the NHS in 2016. But in those trusts that did go-live, new systems have mostly avoided the chaos that accompanied many deployments