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.
Walsall Healthcare has gone live with its new electronic patient record system from System C and is the second trust to move away from DXC Lorenzo.
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North Bristol NHS Trust has fast-tracked the roll out of a series of digital tools to clinicians to help in their response to Covid-19.
Kettering General Hospital has gone live with a new real-time clinical system which aims to help better manage patient journeys through the hospital.
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The trust is the first to drop Lorenzo, which was the chosen service provider for the North, Midlands and East under the National Programme for IT.
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Electronic observations of vital signs give clinicians a quick indication of how healthy their patient is. Claire Read investigates how the technology has been used during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A single child health info system has been rolled out across in Liverpool and Sefton, bringing together the health records of more than 350,000 children.
Kettering has mandated the use of System C’s care co-ordination app for clinical referrals and care co-ordination to help combat Covid-19 transmission.
The health records of 176,000 children across Cheshire have been integrated into a new, unified child health information system.