Dedalus has moved six of its NHS EPR customers to the cloud – with a further 14 NHS trusts set to migrate and go live on the cloud by the autumn.
Healthcare professionals at Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust can now prescribe electronically, thanks to a new contract with Dedalus.
The contract was due to begin in April 2021 and run until March 31, 2026. Cerner will replace the trusts existing DXC electronic patient record.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals issued the tender in August 2020 but stopped the procurement due to concerns it would not “deliver a competitive result”.
After completing its acquisition of DXC’s healthcare provider software business, Digital Health News spoke to Dedalus about what lies in store.
DXC Technology has revealed it has completed the sale of its healthcare provider software business to the Dedalus Group in a deal worth around £350m.
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Fast-growing European health IT and diagnostics specialist Dedalus has announced it will buy DXC Technology’s health business for £413m ($525m).
If proposed conditions such as regulatory approvals and employee consultations are met, the deal could be completed by Q2 2020.
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