Our GP columnist, Neil Paul, has been thinking about the huge changes that GP practices have witnessed during Covid-19 and he has got some ideas.
As the NHS grapples with a winter crisis, can technology help in alleviating some of the pressures? In this first article of two-part series, we look at how some of the global digital exemplars are using digital to address the demands on the health service.
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust has a dashboard that both predicts demand in A&E and shows staff what is happening in real-time. Ahead of the busy festive season, Thomas Meek went to see it in action.
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The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has committed to retaining Cerner Millennium as its core electronic patient record. Despite a disastrous go-live in June 2012, the trust now aims to be paperless within four years. Rebecca McBeth reports.
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust is working with NHS Shared Business Services to market a suite of data reporting tools developed by the trust’s business intelligence team.
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An urgent care centre at the Royal Free Hospital is using Emis Web to conduct rapid assessments of patients, enabling it to discharge or divert 26,000 a year.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust is rolling out its Alert electronic patient record to 40 outpatient clinics over the summer.
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has signed a ten-year contract to retain Cerner Millennium, using the London Procurement Partnership framework.
Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust is working with geographical information systems supplier Esri to assess how its location analytics technology can help it to manage demand for hospital services.
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has released a framework tender for a range of clinical systems that it says could be worth up to £200 million.