Outpatients will be able to download an app to check-in for appointments via their mobile phone upon arrival and will also be given access to a virtual map to help them find their way around the new outpatient department.
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Movers and Shakers round-up includes movements across various industry organisations including Papworth Hospital and the Professional Record Standards Body.
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Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust officially launched its new electronic patient record system, Lorenzo, two weeks ago.
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Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has officially launched its new electronic patient record system, Lorenzo, across the entire trust.
Papworth Hospital has managed to go paperless across its 25-bed level 3 ICU through implementation of IMDSoft’s MetaVision clinical information system.
Three trusts have been granted central funding to deploy Lorenzo as an electronic patient record system, as part of the deal agreed between the Department of Health and CSC in 2012.
Articles involving US software company Epic really seem to get our readers going, so we’ve decided to recap our coverage over the past year for anyone who missed it, or who wants to jog their memory.
Two specialist UK hospitals are looking to procure electronic patient record systems and have invited feedback from potential suppliers.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been put into special measures by Monitor, which says the trust’s e-hospital programme has caused “significant cost increases”, while benefits have not been realised.
Papworth Hospital has decided not to go with Epic; and Monitor has announced that it is investigating the installation of the system at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.