Four NHS hospital trusts that need to replace their nationally procured electronic patient record systems by the end of the month are deemed “high risk” by the board overseeing the programme.
Staff at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust will access patient records on iPads following the introduction of a new electronic patient record system in September.
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has said will save £1.4 million over the next five years by bringing its IT services in-house.
Trusts in London and the South are set to be off their National Programme for IT contracts by October. Now suppliers are looking north; where things are messier. Rebecca McBeth reports.
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust has chosen RiO for its community services, and will work with Patients Know Best on a fully integrated patient portal.
Two RiO trusts in London and the south have chosen to move to new electronic patient record system suppliers before the end of their national contracts this October.
A consortium of 38 trusts in London and the South has saved £110m by moving to individual contracts with electronic patient record suppliers.
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust has chosen Servelec’s RiO electronic patient record system for community health services as part of an £8 million investment in a new EPR.
St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has become the first community trust in London to leave the BT data centre, after moving to a direct contract for Servelec’s RiO electronic patient record system.
5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with the RiO electronic patient record system across its physical health services, four months later than originally planned.