The CIO for a trust in Southampton has said it was a “big decision” to link up data from its neonatal intensive care unit with its EPR.
A teaching hospital in Southampton has started to introduce interactive whiteboards in wards to help improve patient safety.
Adrian Byrne, the director of informatics at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, considers the timescale for the government’s paperless ambitions. Tight isn’t the word…
In one of his occasional columns, Adrian Byrne, Southampton’s director of IT and chair of the Health CIO Network, considers the gap between the hype and reality of health apps; and the work that will need to be done to close it.
A Southampton hospital plans to digitise its existing patient records and replace paper processes with electronic forms using Hyland’s electronic document management system OnBase by Hyland, before closing its records library in 2017.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust is implementing MetaVision SafeTrack across 57 wards, having already implemented MetaVision Patient Data Management in its high acuity services.
Adrian Byrne, the IT director of University Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, considers the latest developments in patient access to records; and the key factors for success.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust will use a supercomputer to interpret the genomic data of cancer patients to make sure they receive the most appropriate care.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust is using the InterSystems HealthShare Spine Mini Service Provider to accelerate NHS Number tracing and improve the quality of patient data.
Adrian Byrne reflects on some of the practical support and training issues that have come up with his trust’s implementation of e-prescribing; and that other trusts will have to face.