Twelve million records shared in Merseyside
More than 12 million records have been shared across Merseyside, as an increasing number of health and social services sign-up to share information.
You say you want a revolution…
In Merseyside, health organisations are smashing faxes, finding cheap ways to go digital, and playing with tomorrow’s technology. Ben Heather reports from the iLinks Innovations Conference.
Coordinate My Care integrates care plans into Emis Web
Urgent care plans for thousands of London’s most vulnerable patients care are now just a click away for almost 1,000 of their GPs.
Integrated care pioneers ‘struggling and facing IT issues’
The government’s integrated care pioneers have made little progress and are struggling with IT and information governance issues, an official evaluation has shown.
Birmingham rolls out Your Care Connected
A shared patient record scheme is being rolled out across Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull, using Healthcare Gateway technology.
Lincolnshire shares records with InterSystems
Thirteen health and social care organisations in Lincolnshire will use an InterSystems portal to share patient information.
South East London record sharing project reaches GPs
GPs and acute trusts in Southwark and Lambeth are sharing patient records using an in-house developed portal and the Medical Interoperability Gateway.
Doing the Lambeth Wark: Local Record Project reaches GPs
The Local Care Record project allows a two way flow of information between all GPs in Southwark and Lambeth and their local hospital trusts. Digital Health news editor Rebecca McBeth looks at the history of the project.
Manchester Care Record adds end-of-life plans
Manchester is incorporating ‘end-of-life’ care plans into its shared records scheme.
Berkshire to share patient records with Graphnet
Seventeen health and social care organisations across Berkshire will share the care records of 855,000 patients using CareCentric software from Graphnet.