Open source e-prescribing in pipeline
An electronic prescribing system open sourced for the NHS may be introduced at Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust.
Open source EHR live at Taunton
Open source electronic patient record system openMAXIMS has gone live for the first time at an NHS foundation trust while another has gone live with CSC’s Lorenzo.
Joe’s view of choice
Joe McDonald has been to Croatia. Where his yacht lacked the promised wi-fi. Which made him think of his first stethoscope. Which brought his thoughts back to NHS IT.
Code4Health sets challenges
NHS England has launched Code4Health challenges for people wanting to get involved in developing clinical software.
Walton Centre develops E-Obs in-house
The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust has completed the roll-out of an electronic observations system that was developed in-house.
Spine2 cuts response times
The Health and Social Care Information Centre has marked the first anniversary of Spine 2 by releasing figures showing that it has dramatically improved response times for users.
Tom’s digital disruptors: NHS Hack Day
NHS Hack Days puts people with problems and people with IT skills together in a room. But what is the lasting impact? Thomas Meek finds out ahead of the next NHS Hack Day next weekend.
Wye Valley second trust for openMaxims
Wye Valley NHS Trust has signed a five-year deal with IMS Maxims to implement its open source electronic patient record openMaxims.
Open source ‘super CIC’ created
NHS England has set up a ‘super CIC’ to act as a centre of excellence and attract funding for open source projects within health and social care.
Taunton delays openMaxims go-live
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust has pushed back its go-live with the openMAXIMS electronic patient record until September.