Digital Health Networks members tackle the issues of levelling up and convergence policies in the NHS for its second debate.
The latest Digital Health industry news round-up features news Chelsea and Westminster has deployed an app to help patients navigate the hospital.
The digital letters are currently being piloted in the ophthalmology and paediatrics departments with patients receiving text message notifications.
The image sharing system, called Xero Exchange Network, is also available at the newly established NHS Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire and the Humber.
The trust will use the device to carry out remote examinations and diagnoses with a cohort of young patients, with acute and worsening chronic conditions.
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The new data command centre at Bradford Royal Infirmary will draw data from multiple IT systems to help staff direct resources more effectively across the 800-bed hospital.
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As part of its regular CIO profile series, Digital Health sits down with Cindy Fedell, chief information officer at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust are now live with a new joint electronic patient record.
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Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust expects deploying Cerner Millennium will now cost £12.24 million, against an original budget of £4.74 million.
A physical health template originally developed for use in primary care in Bradford, and now implemented into SystmOne, has revolutionised care for serious mental illness patients.