Our first go live round up of 2021 has a twist, as we cover contract signings as well, including a 10-year Cerner deal in County Durham and Darlington.
A new integrated care record is set to be introduced across Swindon and Wiltshire and will be powered by Graphet’s CareCentric.
After a busy 2020, we asked some health tech suppliers to give their predictions for the year ahead. Here is what they had to say.
A new health and social care shared record system is to be launched across Kent and Medway which will cover 1.8 million people.
Jennifer Trueland investigates whether national programmes and the coronavirus pandemic have changed attitudes towards integrated care.
The newly formed University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust has launched a single electronic patient record which will run across its two acute sites.
An integrated care record, powered by Graphnet, has been launched across Bath and North East Somerset and will cover 89,000 residents.
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The health and care system in Surrey has gone live with a shared record which will help to deliver a more co-ordinated health and care service.
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The replacement of the software supplier for the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Care and Health Information Exchange (CHIE) has been delayed.
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.