Alcidion’s Miya Noting enhances clinician experience at South Tees
Clinicians at South Tees Hospitals have highlighted the positive impacts of Miya Noting, a digital noting solution which saves time and simplifies working.
Total Specific Solutions acquires Irish software company IMS Maxims
Total Specific Solutions (TSS) has acquired IMS Maxims, in what is its first acquisition in Ireland and sixth in the UK and Ireland region.
What to expect from EPR transitions in 2023 and beyond
Electronic Patient Records (EPR) are essential to delivering more joined up and integrated care. NHS England’s stated aim is for all hospitals to have an EPR in place by 2025. We know that better use of data and technology has the power to improve the quality of care and reduce the cost of health and care services overall.
The Royal Marsden goes live with new Epic EPR ‘Connect’
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with Connect, a new electronic patient record (EPR) powered by Epic.
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust selects Altera Digital Health
Altera Digital Health’s Sunrise electronic patient record has been deployed to Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust to boost its digital maturity.
Somerset County Council goes live with Rio EPR
The first local authority to deploy an electronic patient record is Somerset County Council, who has gone live with the Rio EPR.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ delays £450m EPR go live to ensure safety
Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust has delayed the go live of its new electronic patient record to allow more time to launch the system safely.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals invests £85m in new Oracle Cerner EPR
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has signed a long-term deal with Oracle Cerner which will see it invest £85 million in a new electronic patient record (EPR).
St Helens and Knowsley’s tech use allowing staff more time with patients
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has revealed how the use of innovative technology is helping staff spend more time with patients.
Wellola’s patient communication platform to go live in Birmingham
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is set to go live with Wellola’s Portasana patient communication platform.