Royal Bournemouth’s BEACH awards healthcare communications contract
The BEACH building at the Royal Bournemouth hospital has selected Ascom to provide its healthcare communications technology.
HIMSS Level 7 ‘not a badge for IT’ for Royal Free London
The CDIO at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust spoke to Digital Health about the trust’s recent HIMSS Level 7 accreditation and what lies ahead.
Royal Free London deploys patient portal powered by Induction Zesty
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has deployed a portal which allows patients to view their appointments and letters.
Google Health’s Streams app to go live at Barnet Hospital
Google Health’s Streams app, which provides a rapid alert when patients are at risk of AKI, is due to go live at Barnet Hospital this month.
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Chase Farm Hospital achieves HIMSS Stage 6 rating
The hospital has gone through a massive refurbishment to make it a digital hospital, including a go live of an updated electronic patient record (EPR).
Behind the scenes at a GDE: Digital Health visits Royal Free NHS FT
Last November, global digital exemplar Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust went live with a brand new electronic patient record. For Hannah Crouch, a visit to the trust underscores the difference clinician-led digitisation can make – and what it means to be a GDE.
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Royal Free heralds a new dawn of paper-free following EPR roll out
Digital Health News was invited to the new Chase Farm hospital to speak with the team behind the project about how the “big bang” go live went.
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Royal Free: ‘No changes to data-sharing’ as Google absorbs Streams
Royal Free London has confirmed that there will be no changes to its data-sharing agreement with DeepMind as Google takes control of its Streams technology.
Four trusts to pilot respiratory rate mobile device
The selected trusts will all pilot RespiraSense during an eight-week set-up phase and then could have the chance of getting a six-week supply.
Royal Free help organise ‘hackathon’ to develop VR tools for patients
Researchers from the trust worked together to coordinate the UK Hackathon on 4 and 5 July 2018 at Brunel University in London.