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.
Our research found that 49% of GPs believe current demands are unsustainable and 45% say being able to make patient calls from home is the answer. Sesui explores how Flexible Cloud Communications in Primary & Urgent Care is Making a positive impact.
After six years of growth – and with the promise of more on the horizon – staff at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust decided to move its online patient service into the managed cloud. According to Kevin Hamer, the trust’s IT development service manager, it is a change which was not challenge-free but from which benefits have almost immediately flowed.
Earlier this year, national bodies officially approved the use of cloud for NHS data. But does this mean NHS organisations are now embracing it wholesale? Vivienne Raper investigates.
Apple, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Salesforce will work together to drive common standards for exchanging health information in the US.
IMS Maxims has announced that it has gained accreditation to offer cloud-based services to the NHS under the government’s latest G-Cloud 10 framework.