After a busy 2020, we asked some health tech suppliers to give their predictions for the year ahead. Here is what they had to say.
Various national figures have put a very strong focus on e-prescribing with former health secretary Jeremy Hunt pledging financial support to hospitals to implement such a system. But has that perhaps limited an understanding of the full breadth of areas in which digital can make a difference when it comes to medicines management and optimisation? Maja Dragovic reports.
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Radiology results as well as pathology reports and referrals are now included on the shared record which is part of the Wessex LHCRE.
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New Zealand clinical integration and population health specialist Orion Health has posted losses of £20.9m (NZD $40m) and revealed 177 jobs have been cut internationally.
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Dorset Care Record has signed a multi-million pound deal with Orion Health to deliver the share cared record across the county.
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Masood Nazir won the trust of the year and the CCIO award last night, as the EHI Awards 2016 recognised trusts and companies for great work in ten categories.
In this week’s round-up of industry news we look at a big pathology contract in London, some good financial results for a major primary care supplier and a few new appointments to bring a patient sensor software product to market. Sunquest chosen for North West London pathology US-based Sunquest Information Systems has signed a […]
West of Scotland’s health boards plan to share information by connecting their Orion clinical portals, creating a regional view of patient records.
This week’s round-up of health tech news includes the creation of a clinical informatics council in Wales and a delay to the implementation of RiO at Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust.
The opening of Glasgow’s new £842 million super hospital has been a “catalyst” towards moving to a paper-free environment, its IT lead has said.