In the first of a new series of Global Digital Exemplar profiles, Digital Health focuses on Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where home grown apps and sophisticated analysis of data are at the core of digital strategy.
Today’s health IT news in brief covers an expansion of shared records in East London and the continuing fall out from the cyberattack on US radiation monitoring firm Landauer.
Kevin Jarrold, CIO at both Imperial and Chelsea and Westminster, talks about his second Cerner deployment, Google’s Deepmind and GDEs.
NHS Improvement has rejected the University Hospitals Of Leicester NHS Trust’s multi-million pound bid to deliver an integrated EPR.
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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.
Whipps Cross University Hospital has had a electronic patient record for years but many staff are still using paper.
The UCL Institute of Digital Health has signed a partnership with Cerner UK to “close the gap between what is learned in research and what is delivered in healthcare partnership.”
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is switching to Cerner, and creating a single shared electronic patient record with a neighbouring trust.
September is sepsis awareness month. This white paper outlines how technology can help to spot sepsis, and how Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is leading the deployment of Cerner’s St. John Sepsis Agent in the UK.
In this week’s round-up of digital healthcare news, we look at added functionality for the NHS e-referral service, a new messaging service at Pennine and an initative to help patients fill out their pre-op assessment at home. New APIs planned for e-Referral process NHS Digital says it will soon by easy for Health IT […]