Digital Health News understands that the DHSC has now settled with Fujitsu for a further payment said to be in the region of £400m.
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Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust has pledged to bin over 300 of its fax machines before the New Year in a bid oust outdated tech from its wards.
A £1.5m, robot-powered tele-pharmacy is being opened in Liverpool to improve access to medication for people living with long-term health conditions.
Microsoft HoloLens is being introduced to operating theatres in a bid to make more patient information available to surgeons during operations.
All 1,311 GP surgeries in the capital can now use the electronic prescription service (EPS) to send prescriptions to pharmacists.
IMS Maxims has announced that it has gained accreditation to offer cloud-based services to the NHS under the government’s latest G-Cloud 10 framework.
A project run by NHS Calderdale CCG has suggested that telehealth in care homes could cut hospital admissions by as much as third
Surgery Connect, which is powered by X-on, allows practice staff to see a patient’s record when they come through on the phone.