The NHS Wales Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence has been launched to support staff in turning their innovations into reality using Microsoft tools.
The first movers and shakers of 2022 features appointments at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust and a new chair at NHS England.
Tamas Szakmany, who led a national project to digitise ICUs in Wales, explains why the initiative can give clinicians a ‘single source of electronic truth’.
Griff Williams, considers the role the portal has played throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, including the successes and lessons learned.
Digital Health and Care Wales’ CEO, Helen Thomas, explores how digital healthcare supported the Welsh pandemic response and what lies in store.
An update to the Welsh Clinical Portal allows doctors to access genetic testing results, enabling them to make more informed care decisions.
On the day the Covid passport service was launched (June 25) Digital Health and Care Wales uploaded more than 3.7 million records.
Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) has awarded a two-year contract to Better to develop a clinical data repository for better treatment and research.
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Work has continued on the roll out of a national critical care information system across NHS hospitals in Wales with the creation of 25 new IT jobs.