CSUS: big differences in usability of clinical software
The Clinical Software Usability Survey has found big differences in the reported usability of the software used by NHS staff; with wide variations across NHS sectors and between different systems serving the same sector.
First Clinical Software Usability Survey reaches milestone
Digital Health Intelligence has completed the first phase of the Clinical Software Usability Survey after collecting ratings for more than 100 systems from more than 1,300 clinicians; and has begun to analyse the data.
Another view: of IT check-ups
GP Neil Paul has been carrying out IT health-checks for local practices; and has discovered that they need help and training to get the most out of their systems.
RC Psych backs cSUS
The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the first to back the Clinical Software Usability Survey, launched by Digital Health and the Chief Clinical Information Officer Leaders Network.
NHS staff asked to rate EPR usability
NHS clinicians have been asked to rate the usability of their main IT system in a survey launched by Digital Health Intelligence and the CCIO Leaders Network.
Two CSUs miss framework
Two commissioning support units face a shaky future after missing the cut for NHS England’s lead provider framework.
Units of value
Derek Felton, executive director of EY, says commissioning support units need a change of mindset to thrive in the changing NHS environment. Fiona Barr spoke to him and to some CSU leaders thinking the same way.
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Two Yorkshire CSUs merge
West and South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Commissioning Support Unit has merged with North Yorkshire and Humber CSU.
Data, data everywhere
What kind of insights can you get out of 180m rows of hospital and primary care data? Sam Sachdeva joined a London data challenge to find out.
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Nine CSUs reach final stage of framework
All nine commissioning support unit alliances have got a place on the final stage of assessment for NHS England’s lead provider framework.