Delayed south TrakCare project sees Glocs stop go-live again
Two of the three southern trusts involved in a joint TrakCare deployment are falling behind, with no new go-live dates agreed after multiple delays.
Southern trusts to get £50m central funds before March 2019
More than £50 million in central government money is yet to be paid to southern NHS trusts to deploy new clinical IT systems before March 2019.
End of NPfIT drives change in MH systems
Eighteen community and mental health trusts in London and the South have switched electronic patient record systems following the end of their national contracts, with 21 sticking with RiO but moving onto individual contracts with its supplier, Servelec.
Final score: NPfIT in mental health and community services
As the National Programme for IT in the NHS drew to a close in London and the South, Rebecca McBeth assessed its impact on mental health and community trusts.
FinIT: the end of NPfIT in London and the South
Cerner Millennium trusts had to be out of the BT data centre by the end of last month. With the exit of the final trust just two weeks late, Rebecca McBeth reports on the end of the National Programme for IT in two of its five regions.
Southern trusts paid £27m tech funding
More than £27 million in central funding has been paid to 19 NHS trusts and organisations as part of the Southern Local Clinical Systems Programme
Two down, three to go
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.
Surrey and Sussex signs with Cerner
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has signed a ten-year contract to retain Cerner Millennium, using the London Procurement Partnership framework.
East Kent gets £6m for Allscripts
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust has received £6 million in central funding to support the implementation of Allscripts’ patient administration system and a maternity system from EuroKing.
Glocs gets smart with central funds
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will go live with an InterSystems electronic patient record in November after becoming the first southern acute trust to have government funding approved for the project.