This week’s week health IT round-up covers a new cross border partnership in Ireland and some big wins for Civica in social care.
Record venture capital funds were raised for digital health companies in 2016, according to a new report.
Path Links, a pathology service for Lincolnshire, is to upgrade to digital pathology in a bid to enhance cancer diagnostics.
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust may have to revert to an old computer system to manage its operating theatres after experiencing problems with its replacement.
Dose monitoring should deliver many benefits, but it’s proving hard to sell to NHS trusts. Kim Thomas reports ahead of the annual meeting of the UK Imaging Informatics Group this autumn.
Four trusts in Kent and Medway are still experiencing issues with their radiology information system from GE Healthcare.
GE Healthcare has acquired Finnamore, a health and social care consultancy founded twenty years ago.
RSNA is an opportunity for vendors to showcase new products, and EHI Imaging Informatics has taken a peek at what will be on show in Chicago next week.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has experienced severe problems with its GE Healthcare radiology information system, forcing it to halt its roll-out.
Trusts are increasingly interested in vendor neutral archives. But what are they, and how are they being used, asks Kim Thomas.