Ortus-iHealth helps patients and their clinicians to connect through virtual appointments by computer or mobile phone, rather than face-to-face.
The latest movers and shakers in the health IT industry include a number of new faces at NHS Digital, hospital trusts and CCGs.
The latest roster of appointments in the UK healthcare industry includes movements at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Barts Health NHS Trust and NHS Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
This month’s movers and shakers sees the appointment of a new CIO at Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and the first woman to be made chief executive of Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
A study has revealed more than two thirds of patients questioned showed a preference for digital communications, with 68 per cent stating they would prefer to manage medical appointments online or via a smartphone.
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January’s movers and shakers notes appointments from a number of NHS trusts and healthcare organisations, including South Tees and Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust, Now Healthcare and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
This month’s industry news in brief roundup includes the announcement that Healthcare Communications is to be acquired by IMImobile.
Appointment booking service Zesty has been named amongst 50 of the most forward-thinking digital UK companies in 2018’s Digital Innovator’s Power List.
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This month’s Movers and Shakers round-up brings news of healthcare IT appointments from across the Irish sea as well as across England. We also report on the former telecommunications and internet firm chief executive who is now the government’s preferred candidate for chairperson of NHS Improvement.