Care Quality Commission says many concerns the trust’s Epic electronic patient record have now been addressed.
Repeated outages at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have led to a “network resilience” review and weekly meetings with senior Hewett Packard executives.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has invited bids for £140 million IT infrastructure service contract, just three years after signing a similar sized contract with Hewlett Packard.
Two major NHS trusts are preparing to exchange information on shared patients from their different electronic patient record systems.
Professor Keith McNeil, the former CEO of Cambridge University Hospitals has been appointed as England’s first national CCIO
A Devon trust is still in negotiations with Epic about buying its electronic patient record system – nearly two years after choosing the company as its preferred provider.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been put into special measures by Monitor, which says the trust’s e-hospital programme has caused “significant cost increases”, while benefits have not been realised.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s chief executive has resigned amidst a growing financial deficit and “significant performance and quality concerns” relating to the trust’s e-hospital programme.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is taking a ‘big bang’ approach to its Epic electronic patient record implementation, on a scale rarely seen in the NHS.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have signed with Epic for its electronic patient records system as part of their eHospital programme.