NPfIT transitions ‘high risk’
Four NHS hospital trusts that need to replace their nationally procured electronic patient record systems by the end of the month are deemed “high risk” by the board overseeing the programme.
Summer Cerner go-live for Lewisham
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust will go-live with its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record system at Queen Elizabeth Hospital this summer.
Lewisham puts back Cerner go-live
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust has delayed the go-live of Cerner Millennium at Queen Elizabeth Hospital due to problems transferring 18-week referral to treatment data to the new system.
Cerner live at Whipps Cross
Whipps Cross University Hospital has gone live with Cerner’s FirstNet in A&E and will deploy further functionality in the spring.
Kingston ‘let down’ by BT
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust did not go-live with Cerner e-prescribing and clinical documentation last year after BT failed to deliver a “workable system” on time, trust board papers reveal.
Cerner live in Croydon community
Cerner Millennium is live in 12 community services at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust.
Imperial spends £4.6m on EPR consultants
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has spent £4.6m on external consultants for its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record programme since April 2012.
Decision expected on NPfIT exit costs
Trusts are hoping for an announcement soon on whether they or central government will bear the cost of exiting National Programme for IT contracts.
Croydon live with Cerner
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust went live with Cerner Millennium in its A&E and inpatients departments yesterday.
£575m SPfIT benefits yet to be realised
The Southern Programme for IT will cost nearly £1 billion by the end of the programme, but had reaped just £27m in benefits by March last year.