Large-scale IDCR projects are critical to the care integration agenda; and more than 60 are underway up and down the country. Yet these projects take time and work. Fast-track yours with tips from the successful Connecting Care Programme.
Bristol City Council is using a Care Connect FHIR API to link its substance abuse management system with the city’s shared care record programme.
Family, national figures, colleagues, patients. All can be sources of inspiration, and the NHS needs that in tough times, writes Andy Kinnear.
Our columnist can think of nothing to talk about. Except for the exemplars. Or the Wachter Review. Or Salford. Or professionalism. Or Europe. Or new developments at the BCS. Or pies…
Meet some of the people behind Bristol’s Connecting Care project. The ones who make it all worthwhile. And remember; all worthwhile things are ultimately about the people.
Andy Kinnear, the new chair of BCS Health and one of the driving forces behind Bristol’s Connecting Care project, joins Digital Health’s roster of regular columnists with a reflection on 25 years in healthcare IT; and a sense of optimism about its future.
The high-profile leader of Bristol’s Connecting Care shared records programme, is to become the new head of the British Computer Society’s Health Group.
Entries are now open for the EHI Awards 2016, the only dedicated healthcare IT awards in the UK.
A shared care record scheme in the South West of England was the overall winner of the EHI Awards 2015, held in London last night.
Bristol’s shared care record scheme has moved into phase two with the aim of reaching 10,000 users over the next five to seven years.