Cyber security news round up
Our latest round-up from the cyber security world includes BlackBerry’s new quantum-resistant cryptography tools and an educational cyber security game.
Coroner encourages mobile working
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust has deployed mobile devices to staff after an inquest heard that access to medical records could prevent patient suicides.
Ashford gets ready for maternity PbR
Ashford and St Peter’s NHS Foundation Trust has turned to digital pen technology to capture the information it needs for the maternity pathway payment system due in April.
PageOne alerts in NE London A&E
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals has rolled out a responder smartphone app in A&E to increase communication in emergencies.
TPP is getting appy
TPP has announced a BlackBerry application and an Android app to allow clinicians using SystmOne to access their patient records anywhere at any time.
NHS Direct gets appy
NHS Direct will launch a series of apps for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices over the next month.
ISoft’s Lorenzo Observations goes mobile
ISoft has launched Lorenzo Smart Solutions Observations on BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7.
CSC launches BlackBerry ‘super app’
CSC has partnered with Research in Motion to offer a secure new service that allows NHS staff to access and update patient information remotely via a BlackBerry.
iNurse moves onto BlackBerry
Advanced Health and Care has announced that iNurse mobile solution can now be used on BlackBerry devices. iNurse enables community nurses to download appointments and patient notes to a handheld device and to update these during visits. Team leaders can use the system to plan team rotas, re-allocate work and collect management information. The system […]
Portsmouth signs up for digi-pens
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is set to roll-out digital pens to more than 130 staff across its community midwifery department. The trust believes it was the first in the country to pilot the digital pens, which have been developed by digital pen providers Anoto and PaperIQ together with BlackBerry. It will now roll-out the system over […]