Fast-growing European health IT and diagnostics specialist Dedalus has announced it will buy DXC Technology’s health business for £413m ($525m).
In a new style of round up – Digital Health is looking back at the latest go lives reported on in the last couple of months.
Researchers at the Institute of Global Health Innovation found most NHS trust were using three key suppliers: Cerner, DXC Technology and System C.
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The technology allows clinicians to access information such as test results and prescribed medications and early warning scores from mobile devices.
System C will deliver an integrated clinical and administration system based on its Medway product line, replacing the trust’s current Lorenzo system.
A ‘serious incident’ in July 2018 when the trust discovered ‘a significant number’ of discharge summaries were not being sent after Lorenzo was implemented.
DXC Technology has launched a digital health platform designed to assist interoperability between healthcare providers.
Colin Henderson, former boss of Orion Health UK, has been confirmed as DXC’s new general manager for the company’s Healthcare and Life Sciences.
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust has deployed its Lorenzo electronic patient record (EPR) after “considerable disruption” from WannaCry caused a delay.