EHI’s industry round up 22.12.2009
This month’s E-Health Insider industry round-up includes news about the benefits that trusts are seeing from deploying new technology, launches and partnerships between leading healthcare technology companies. Trusts reaps service desk accreditation benefits The Primary Care Informatics Unit covering NHS Blackburn with Darwen and NHS East Lancashire says it has seen "tangible benefits" since […]
Guernsey progresses InterSystems EHSCR
InterSystems has announced that Guernsey Health and Social Services Department has gone-live with key elements of its island-wide Electronic Health and Social Care Record (EHSCR). Guernsey has replaced its thirteen year old patient administration system, SWIFT, with InterSystems’ TrakCare, while simultaneously implementing new Accident and Emergency and theatre software and specialist child health software from CSE Healthcare […]
It’s cold out there
Malcolm Newbury of IHE UK says it’s time to break out of Groundhog Day and find a new way of doing interoperability in the post NPfIT world.
Great Western integrates with Ensemble
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with InterSystems’ Ensemble three months after it began implementing the platform. The integration engine has allowed the trust to directly link three applications, including its electronic discharge summaries and infection control system, to its MedWay Patient Administration System, supplied by System C. The applications are linked […]
InterSystems wins Jersey record deal
The States of Jersey Health and Social Services Department has announced that will develop an island-wide integrated care record using InterSystems TrakCare.
Industry round-up 22.06.09
This month’s E-Health Insider industry round-up covers new products, system deployments and other developments at leading healthcare IT suppliers. Indian buyers seek out UK market Buyers representing hospitals in India will come to the UK next week in search of new medical equipment, supplies and healthcare services. More than 50 UK healthcare and medical technology […]
Junior docs – recruitment system works
Hicom Technology has announced that 18,000 junior doctors have successfully completed the registration and application stages of the regional doctors’ appointments process through its I:CAMS online system. The company has deployed I:CAMS across 11 of the 13 recruiting UK deaneries and is hoping to work with the remaining two next year. Deaneries were given responsibility […]
Here is the news: for 2009
The NHS will not be immune from the impact of the credit crunch and this will force policy makers and trusts to make some hard decisions about healthcare IT, according to experts interviewed by E-Health Insider. Almost all the politicians, analysts, suppliers and managers asked to look ahead to 2009 argued that the health service […]
This is the year to come
Sandra Hempel asks leading figures in healthcare IT to look ahead to 2009.
NHS Supply Chain awards wristband contracts
NHS Supply Chain has announced that eight suppliers have been chosen to provide patient identification wristbands to hospitals in England and Wales. The move follows studies published by the National Patient Safety Agency showing that a high proportion of patient safety incidents are linked to patients not wearing wristbands or wearing wristbands with incorrect information […]