The NHS England’s digital leaders say that one year on much progress has been made against the recommendations made by Dr Robert Wachter.
Replacing pagers with smartphones could save £2.7m whilst delivering crucial, front-line information
A new whitepaper from CommonTime investigates the use of pagers in crisis response teams and their impact on patient outcomes. Key findings include the identification of £2.7 million in potential savings, as well as a clear correlation between CDMI and pager reliance.
BT has partnered with East Sussex NHS Trust to create a new infrastructure network that connects hundreds of organisations across health and social care.
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to spend up to £5m on a seven-year project to create a new electronic patient record (EPR) system.
For the third of Digital Health’s advisory series, Claire Read reports on how mobile technology is being valuably used to improve care within hospital walls and to help non-clinical staff work more efficiently.
The multi-million pound IT infrastructure tender at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is down to its final stages.
Patients and professionals who provide care are set to benefit from new standards for the drafting of outpatient letters, produced by the Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB).
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been forced to close six of its buildings which they recognised as being unfit for purpose.
A tool is being developed to help the Irish Health Service Executive compare patient records affected by a recent data fault.
Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) is in full force with the transitional process from the old N3 network currently taking place.