Sky is the limit for JAC Computer Services as it re-names to WellSky
CEO of JAC, Rob Tysall Blay, told Digital Health News, that the re-name was decided in order to bring everyone together for “one vision”.
Special Report: Medicines Management
With national funding pledges to increase the uptake of e-prescribing in hospitals, digital medicines management is occupying a prominent place on the national agenda. But does that mean it can now finally hold a consistent place across NHS activity in local organisations? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
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Two companies on £20m Scottish EPMA framework
Just two firms – Emis Health and JAC – have been given ‘preferred bidder’ status for an e-prescribing framework contract in Scotland that should be completed and signed by the end of next month.
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Swindon EPMA project takes tablets
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has rolled out inpatient e-prescribing in eight months, with just under £1 million of tech fund support.
Norfolk trusts in two-year JAC roll-out
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with an electronic prescribing and medicines administration system from JAC.
Tight timescales for Tech Fund
Suppliers and trusts are concerned that timescales are increasingly tight for spending the first £90m of technology fund money by April next year.
Isle of Wight does paperless prescribing
The Isle of Wight NHS Trust is working towards paperless prescribing across all care settings in an 18 month modernisation programme.
JAC brings chemo system to UK
JAC Computer Services has announced the addition of a Chemotherapy Management System to its medicines management portfolio.
Alder Hey picks JAC for e-prescribing
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is to undertake a a trust-wide roll out of JAC’s electronic prescribing and medicines administration system.