Children’s charity launches cycling event to raise £500k for innovation
Charity Thinking of Oscar is running a 500-cycle ride over five days for its #TOO500 campaign, visiting each children’s hospital it will support.
Birmingham Children’s goes live with paediatric e-prescribing
Birmingham Children’s has gone live with PICS e-prescribing, the clinical software created by local University Hospitals Birmingham trust.
Birmingham mental health group deploys Carenotes
A Birmingham mental health collaboration has gone live with Advanced’s Carenotes electronic patient record to support its 15,000 young patients.
Wireless monitoring of sick kids rolls-out in Birmingham
Birmingham Children’s Hospital will roll-out personalised wireless monitoring of sick kids, with an early warning system that can alert clinicians hours before a life threatening event.
Formula 1 tech monitors sick children
An NHS hospital is using technology developed to monitor drivers in the McLaren Formula One racing team to keep track of the health of seriously ill children.
UHB commercialises online referral tool
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust plans to market its online referral system, NORSe, to other NHS trusts.
Monday deadline for tech fund 2 bids
NHS trusts in England are at varying stages of readiness for the £240m second round of NHS England’s technology fund, with the deadline for applications closing in less than a week.
App allows real-time feedback
Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has launched an app to allow patients to give feedback in real-time.
Birmingham Children’s extends Agfa ICIS
Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has implemented two additions to its Agfa Imaging Clinical Information System, including the XERO Technology Viewer, which opens up browser access to images.
Kids order meals on Toughbooks
Birmingham Children’s Hospital has implemented a new food ordering and management system, which will collect and process patient meal orders using Panasonic Toughbooks.