King’s picks Allscripts
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has selected Allscripts to provide its new electronic patient record, which it plans to have in place by the end of 2016.
Ireland races to implement health IT
Ireland has created an Individual Health Identifier for all patients and implemented an e-referral system in half of all its hospitals, over the past six months
Lorenzo live at Warrington and Halton
Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has implemented CSC’s Lorenzo electronic patient record.
Survey questions future of health apps
The use of mobile healthcare apps may be on the decline; before apps have had a real chance to make an impact, according to a new survey.
Royal Berkshire sticks with Millennium
The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is sticking with Cerner as its core electronic patient record system and has signed a £5 million hosting contract with the company.
GPs in NME set to stick with SystmOne
Nearly all GP practices in the North, Midlands and East of England that are using TPP’s SystmOne are set to stick with the clinical IT system once their national contract ends next year.
Kelsey: government weight behind NHS IT
Spending review marks “biggest injection of investment in the rebuilding and redesign of our digital infrastructure,” says NHS England’s Tim Kelsey
Hospital at Night at Portsmouth
In 2014, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust introduced Hospital at Night. Since then, it has achieved significant cost and productivity savings and won a major award for patient safety. This Nervecentre case study explains how it did it.
Judy Faulkner: Cambridge a success
EXCLUSIVE: Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will be recognised as the UK reference site for the benefits of hospital digitisation within a year, Epic Systems founder Judy Faulkner has said.
VitalPAC helps Croydon cut cardiac arrests
A deployment of VitalPAC at Croydon University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust helped to improve the timeliness of patient observations and to reduce cardiac arrests by 70%.