Our latest roundup of contracts and go lives features news from Northern Ireland, whose digital pathology project went live with Sectra.
Northern Ireland has signed a deal with Sectra which will see pathology and radiology images and reports being combined in a single medical imaging system.
The Health and Social Care Board in Northern Ireland has penned a deal which will see a primary care medicines optimisation solution deployed.
Northern Ireland’s Department of Health announced its Covid-19 passport could be live by Monday, July 5 – ahead of the previously expected July 19 date.
The Telehealth solution enables clinicians to carry out virtual consultations and diagnosis of patients suspected of having a stroke.
Health Services Limited’s (HSL) Telehealth system enables clinicians to carry out virtual video consultations and diagnosis of patients.
Through developing its own ‘federated server’ the Scottish government is ultimately hoping to allow interoperability of all contact-tracing apps in the UK.
Scotland and Ireland chose to go their own way, working with software developers NearForm to develop their contact-tracing app – but what’s the difference?
The contact-tracing app uses Bluetooth technology to notify users if they have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.
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Northern Ireland has signed a £275m deal with US firm Epic to supply electronic patient records across the country as part of a 10-year deal.