From June, all young people in Wales with diabetes will be able to control who sees their Patients Know Best (PKB) medical record.
Surrey is using Patients Know Best (PKB) technology to allow clinicians to view a single digital care record across four NHS trusts, all GPs and four CCGs.
This month’s mobile and app news in brief takes a look at AI, patient controlled records, and explores various health app comparison sites – an area NHS England is also getting into with its recently launched App Library.
Today’s Health IT news covers an Allscripts deployment in Manchester, a patient controlled records in Papworth and nurses fined for breaching privacy.
Five apps will help launch NHS’s new digital tool library, including the private video consultation on-demand service Babylon Health.
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In this week’s health IT round-up we cover the NHS calling in military help on cyber attack, a tweeting surgeon, and an alternative to NHSmail.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has rolled out the North-West London care information exchange to patients for the first time, allowing them to access and share their record.
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 […]
Aston University will soon be teaching its pharmacy students how to use a patient controlled online medical records system.
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust is to offer the patient-controlled electronic record Patients Know Best to more than 3,200 people with inflammatory bowel disease.