As more and more documents are stored electronically, the need for suitable data storage grows. Jennifer Trueland investigates the growing number of ways in which vendor neutral archives (VNAs) can be used.
Three Essex trusts are live with Insignia Medical Systems’ PACS after completing a migration of over 150 terabytes of historical data.
This month’s industry nibs include multi-million pound funds for health technologies and a trust going live with a new image sharing software.
One of the largest data migrations in the UK has been successfully undertaken at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, as part of a move to a new digital imaging system.
This week’s industry round up features a new deal for Emis Health, a link-up between System C and an electronic document management provider, two significant PACS developments for Insignia, and a partnership between Boots and Tunstall Healthcare.
This week’s round-up of health IT news includes two updates from Wales about piloting e-referral functionality and a GP2GP system.
This week’s industry round-up includes the news that Yeovil Hospital has launched an online booking system and Bolton has updated its infrastructure with AppSense.
Five trusts in the South West of England are beginning to reap the benefits of a new Insignia picture archiving and communications system.
Lis Evenstad visits University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, which is taking a best of breed approach to going paperless by 2016, centred on its own clinical results reporting system.
A consortium of five South West trusts has chosen Accenture to provide them with a cloud-based radiology information system from HSS.