The first major phase of Berkshire’s shared care record initiative has gone live across 18 health and social care organisations.
NHS Fracture Clinics in the U.K. are notoriously busy. At Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, it is no different. The service is led by a team of consultants with a team of registered nurses, healthcare assistants, plaster technicians and clerical staff, often treating thousands of patients every year who have visited A&E with a suspected fracture.
The EHI Awards, dedicated to celebrating success in the healthcare IT industry, returns with a new category – the best Global Digital Exemplar of the year.
The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is sticking with Cerner as its core electronic patient record system and has signed a £5 million hosting contract with the company.
The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has committed to retaining Cerner Millennium as its core electronic patient record. Despite a disastrous go-live in June 2012, the trust now aims to be paperless within four years. Rebecca McBeth reports.
An NHS Trust saved 20% on its expenses spend after digitising its claims process using Expenses Health.
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has suspended two contracts worth £6.5m that it holds with Cerner for support of its Millennium electronic patient record system.
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has spent £16.6m on external consultants working on its Cerner Millennium implementation.
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is sending discharge letters to GPs across eight clinical commissioning groups using PCTI’s Electronic Document Transfer Hub.
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has axed £18m from the value of its Cerner Millennium electronic patient record system.