The first Southern trust to go live with Cerner Millennium went live in 2005. Nearly seven years on, Rebecca Todd asks what, if any, benefits trusts using the system have seen.
Winchester goes live with latest Cerner
Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust has became the first in the South of England to upgrade its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record system to the London version.
BT to get £36m per Cerner site in South
A breakdown of the costs of BT’s £542m National Programme for IT in the NHS contract for the South of England shows it will receive up to £36m for each Cerner system.
Wirral goes live with Cerner
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has become the latest English NHS trust to go live with Cerner Millennium.
Intel to expand Health Guide in Europe
Intel has announced plans to expand the use of its Health Guide home telehealth system in Europe to target patients with chronic conditions.
DH awards BT ‘greenfield’ Cerner deal
Three large NHS hospital trusts in the South of England have signed a deal to take Cerner Millennium from BT as part of the NHS National Programme for IT.
Wirral delays Cerner until 2010
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has decided to delay its implementation of Cerner Millennium until 2010.
Conservatives to ‘dismantle’ NPfIT
The Conservatives have promised to “dismantle Labour’s central NHS IT infrastructure” and instead move to a choice of local accredited patient record and clinical systems.
Southern NHS trusts get systems of choice
NHS trusts in the South of England are to be offered a choice of systems and to have them funded as part of the National Programme for IT in the NHS.
Royal Berkshire selects UPMC for Cerner
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has selected University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre as its preferred partner to deliver a new electronic patient record system.