Royal Free, London’s first to exit NPfIT
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has become the first Cerner Millennium trust in London to exit its National Programme for IT contract.
Orthopaedic trust live with new PACS
Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with its Fujifilm picture archiving and communication system.
Trusts make PACS refresh solo effort
The lack of collaboration between trusts on picture archiving and communication systems deals is surprising, the clinical lead for the National PACS programme has said.
CSC to cut 750 UK jobs
CSC has announced its plans to make 750 redundancies to its UK workforce as part of its “ongoing transformation strategy.”
Lorenzo ‘winning business on merit’
Lorenzo is “probably more perfect” than other patient administration systems in the UK and will win business beyond the North, Midlands and East, CSC’s, Philippe Houssiau has said.
CSC outsources UK roles
CSC employees being made redundant are expected to train 200 workers in India and the Czech Republic who will be taking on their roles.
EXCLUSIVE: CSC paying Lorenzo incentives
CSC is funding the incentive payments to trusts that take Lorenzo under its interim agreement with the Department of Health.
Connelly: NHS IT to ‘evolve’
The Department of Health will take a “pragmatic approach” to the procurement of IT systems big and small, Christine Connelly told the final session at eHealth Insider Live 2010.
Decision day for Morecambe Bay
D-Day has arrived for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust on whether it is allowed to proceed with plans to become the first acute hospital to take the delayed Lorenzo hospital information system.
Morecambe’s Lorenzo go-live shifts again
E-Health Insider understands that the go-live of Lorenzo at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust is likely to be shifted from the start to the end of May.