Special Report: Interoperability
The new secretary of state for health and social care has placed interoperability at the heart of his vision for the NHS. So is the long-standing nut of information sharing between systems about to be cracked? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
IMS Maxims gets G-Cloud 10 accreditation for NHS services
IMS Maxims has announced that it has gained accreditation to offer cloud-based services to the NHS under the government’s latest G-Cloud 10 framework.
Special Report: Observations and vital signs
In December last year, the Royal College of Physicians released an updated version of the National Early Warning Score – NEWS 2. With 20% of hospitals still not using the national early warning scoring, how difficult will it be to implement the new system? And how can technology help? Maja Dragovic reports.
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Wye Valley goes live with IMS Maxims EPR
Wye Valley NHS Trust has gone live with IMS Maxims electronic patient record (EPR), after several delays with the go-live date.
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Irish hospital goes live with e-patient management system
St Michael’s Hospital has gone live with IMS Maxims electronic patient management system in its Emergency Department (ED).
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Taunton and Somerset Foundation Trust help create vital signs app
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust has helped develop a vital signs app which alerts staff to a patient’s deterioration before it becomes life threatening.
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Wye Valley delays IMS Maxims EPR go-live
West Midlands Trust, Wye Valley, has delayed the go-live of its IMS Maxims electronic patient record deployment by several months.
Taunton and Somerset announces two digital “fast followers”
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have nominated two digital “fast followers”, in a further indication of how the next wave of NHS digital transformation will take shape.
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Michael Thick elected chair CCIO Industry Network
IMS Maxims chief clinical information officer has been elected chair of the CCIO Industry Network, a group of clinicians working for healthcare technology and software suppliers.
Whatever happened to Open Source in 2016?
Open source was all the rage in the NHS in 2015, but it’s barely rated in the past 12 months. Jon Hoeksma examines the drivers behind the quiet pivot and whether there is still place for open source in the NHS.