Why you’re not getting the most out of your investment in portals
Complex portals projects can cost millions of pounds and take years to realise benefits, leaving users and project stakeholders frustrated. Felim McCarthy, senior clinical consultant at ReStart Consulting explains why, looks at how to avoid pitfalls, and considers other possible approaches to implementing shared care records.
Advisory Series: Portals
For the second of Digital Health Intelligence’s new advisory series, Claire Read looks at how sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) are embracing portals – and considers how the concept is evolving.
Special report: Portals
Clinical portals have become ever more sophisticated, and portal technology is now being used to underpin information sharing and digital patient services.
CSC chosen for Trafford centre
CSC has been chosen to deliver a first of type patient care co-ordination centre in Trafford going live in the summer.
Ade Memoire on portals
Trust IM&T director Adrian Byrne says that ‘to portal or not to portal’ is the question facing many trusts; and it would help to start with an agreed definition of what a portal is meant to be.
Graphnet commissions Shearwater portals
The two founders of System C have launched a new company and announced that it has been commissioned by Graphnet Health to create portals for its electronic health record.
Trust portal has Cache with others
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s in-house web based portal is to be used at two other health and care providers.
Stevens launches Aura Healthcare
Aura Healthcare, a software firm specialising in portals based on web 2.0 technologies similar to those that underpin Twitter, has been launched at EHI Live 2012.
Graphnet portal picks up EMIS Web data
Graphnet has successfully trialled extracting data from EMIS Web practices for inclusion in its Gateway clinical portal.
EHI Awards 2011: the SCI-DC’s the limit
The Clinical Technology Centre at NHS Tayside was joint winner of the major healthcare IT development category for the Scottish Care Information – Diabetes Collaboration. Daloni Carlisle reports.