New mums who experience mental ill health are to be given access to consultations through Skype as part of further new investment in perinatal mental healthcare.
The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow are undertaking a trial that allows parents to be updated on their premature babies.
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From April, parents of the 136,000 babies born across London each year will be able to access an eRedbook to manage their children’s health online.
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Southport and Ormskirk Hospitals NHS Trust has gone live with Medway Maternity in a ‘big bang’ launch across two maternity units.
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Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has completed integration testing for the second phase of its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record system roll-out; significantly expanding its existing system.
The Perinatal Institute is piloting an online pregnancy record, developed with Patients Know Best, to give women improved access to maternity information and allow them to share it with others.
Gloucestershire Royal Hospital is the first in the UK to use new, cable-free baby monitors from Philips in its maternity unit.