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.
In the second part of a two-part look ahead to 2017, Digital Health News asked some UK digital health leaders for their predictions for the year to come.
More than 30 years ago, Matrix printers were introduced into the Irish healthcare system. Now, finally, they are being replaced
Every patient in Ireland has been assigned unique identifying number, in an effort to improve patient safety and data quality.
This week’s healthcare news round-up delves into a progress on e-referrals in Ireland, how doctors are getting involved in healthcare social media platforms, and some clever tech from Lincolnshire.
This week’s industry round-up includes news of IT go-lives from NHS Wales, McKesson and TPP.
Ireland is planning to spend up to €875 (£700m) on building an electronic health record over the next five to nine years.
Ireland’s Council of Clinical Information Officers has 145 members from 35 disciplines and is pushing to formalise the role across the country.
Ireland’s Health Service Executive has launched a public consultation on the privacy implications of creating a unique health identifier, similar to the NHS Number.
Ireland has created an Individual Health Identifier for all patients and implemented an e-referral system in half of all its hospitals, over the past six months