E-Health Insider editor Jon Hoeksma looks in detail at the NAO report into NPfIT’s progress, and how far it covers clinicians’ concerns.
The World Cup is not Frankfurt’s only major event this summer. Phillipp Grätzel reports from ITeG, the German healthcare IT industry conference.
Meet the suppliers: in4tek
E-Health Insider Primary Care talks to CEO Tom Nawojczyk about the progress and motivation of health and social care software provider In4tek.
MP Richard Bacon has been digging for information about the NHS IT Supplier Attachment Scheme. Daloni Carlisle reports on his findings.
Acute trusts are successfully developing their own software and work practices to deal with the 62-day cancer waiting times target. Daloni Carlisle looks at a few examples.
Stalis sponsored feature
This feature, produced with Stalis Ltd, argues that healthcare organisations need to look long and hard at the quality of the data they propose to migrate into the new, integrated systems and speed up their plans.
Crossroads for Kodak
Jon Hoeksma talks to Kevin Hobert, senior vice president at Eastman Kodak Company and president of the Health group, about Kodak’s future plans.
Data Management – Special report
The NHS is embarking on its biggest data migration exercise ever, moving data from systems that have been in use for decade. How are Trusts likely to cope with this challenge and what will thay face?
EHI looks at how a futuristic hospital in Norway can show what benefits an integrated approach to communications can bring to patient care.
Courage to build
A European framework for interoperability is cruical to the success of e-health across the continent, industry leaders have argued at a high level conference in Malaga.