Two integrated care systems set out plans for single EPR
Cornwall and Devon integrated care systems (ICSs) are in the process of developing a “strategic outline case” for a shared electronic patient record (EPR).
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Royal Devon and Exeter signs five-year research deal with Sensyne Health
The Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust has signed a five-year non-exclusive Strategic Research Agreement (SRA) with Sensyne Health.
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Digital Health’s monthly go live round up
This month’s round up of go lives across the NHS features Kent Community Health NHS FT has gone live with an electronic patient record from Servelec.
Early morning Epic go live for Royal Devon and Exeter
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (RD&E) wnet live with a new electronic patient record from Epic at in the early hours of 10 October.
Royal Devon and Exeter partners up with Health Enterprise East
The partnership will help the trust to develop, commercialise and fast-track medtech innovations with the aim to improve patient care.
Epic round-up: seven stories worth another read
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.
Royal Devon still in discussions with Epic
A Devon trust is still in negotiations with Epic about buying its electronic patient record system – nearly two years after choosing the company as its preferred provider.
Royal Devon approves Epic business case
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust board has approved a business case to buy the Epic electronic patient record after putting the programme on hold to assess costs.
Royal Devon edges towards Epic
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust has selected Epic as preferred supplier to provide a new electronic patient record system.
Devon and Somerset issue £35m EPR tender
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust have gone out to tender for an electronic patient record system worth up to £35m.