Birmingham Dental signs with Agfa
Birmingham Dental Hospital has signed a five-year contract to implement Agfa HealthCare’s Enterprise Imaging unified management platform.
Taunton delays openMaxims go-live
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust has pushed back its go-live with the openMAXIMS electronic patient record until September.
Royal Devon approves Epic business case
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust board has approved a business case to buy the Epic electronic patient record after putting the programme on hold to assess costs.
Doncaster delays CaMIS go-live
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has delayed the go-live of its CaMIS patient administration by more than a year.
Lorenzo live at two more trusts
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust went live with CSC’s Lorenzo electronic patient record yesterday, replacing its existing Patient Care system also provided by CSC.
Cerner trusts stick with system
Ten of the 15 NHS trusts in London and the South that received Cerner Millennium under the National Programme for IT have chosen to stick with the system beyond the end of the national contracts this October.
Surrey and Sussex signs with Cerner
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has signed a ten-year contract to retain Cerner Millennium, using the London Procurement Partnership framework.
Special report: e-prescribing
This time last year, all was rosy for e-prescribing. Then the government all but cancelled the tech funds. Kim Thomas looks at prospects today.
Cornwall GPs follow Guru
A patient record sharing scheme in Cornwall has gone county-wide with all GPs signed up to share their information using Microtest’s Guru.
East Kent gets £6m for Allscripts
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust has received £6 million in central funding to support the implementation of Allscripts’ patient administration system and a maternity system from EuroKing.