The coronavirus pandemic has meant a number of NHS trusts have had to quickly adapt to new ways of working. Jennifer Trueland investigates how Covid-19 has brought home the benefits of cloud.
Allscripts and Microsoft have extended their partnership for another five years with the aim of expanding the development of cloud-based solutions.
The three-year public cloud agreement between Crown Commercial Services and IBM, will allow public sector organisations to innovate with digital solutions.
Digital Health Rewired 2020 will explore how NHS organisations and their partners are using cloud to improve productivity and reduce costs.
The move to Expanse is an effort by global digital exemplar trust Alder Hey to elevate it to HIMSS Stage 7 – the status given to trusts that demonstrate organisation-wide digitisation.
The platform can be used by trusts to speed up front and back-office processes without the need to build automation services from scratch.
Cloud seems to offer enormous potential benefits for healthcare – from unlocking a new wave of innovation to big data. But where is the NHS at with regards to the cloud, what has changed and has the mood towards it shifted? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
It is hoped the new model will help trusts, CCGs and other bodies move their IT services towards cloud-first data centres.
The Identity and Access Management cloud platform will be used to address challenges that healthcare customers face with digital solutions.
The PatientSource solution was introduced at the Norfolk trust in March and means the team are able to access patient data and track progress in real time.