Huge support for CCIOs in EPR Debate
An overwhelming 93% of respondents to The Big EPR Survey say that every NHS trust should have a chief clinical information officer.
The Big EPR Survey: responses
In almost 300 responses to The Big EPR Survey, EHI readers set out some very clear messages about the definition and make up of electronic patient records, and the best way to get them into the NHS. Lyn Whitfield reports.
Big EPR Survey reveals components of EPR
EHI readers believe that the government should maintain a clear focus on electronic patient records as it pursues its vision of ‘paperless’ working.
Big EPR Survey backs ‘meaningful use’
EHI readers have backed payments for the ‘meaningful use’ of electronic patient records, as part of a ‘roadmap’ for their implementation in NHS trusts in England.
Take part in The Big EPR Survey
As part of its The Big EPR Debate, EHI is launching a survey looking at the building blocks of an electronic patient record and the best way to get them in place.
The Big EPR Debate: the first 100 comments
The Big EPR Debate has triggered a lively discussion on how to make progress on electronic patient records in England. Lyn Whitfield rounds up the themes of the first 100 or so responses.
Bryant backs The Big EPR Debate
Beverley Bryant, NHS England’s director of strategic systems and technology, has urged EHI readers to take part in The Big EPR Debate and influence June’s guidance on electronic patient records.
The Big EPR Debate begins
The NHS is being urged to adopt electronic patient records as the foundation for going paperless. EHI editor Jon Hoeksma says it’s time for EHI readers to define EPRs and how to achieve them; to avoid past mistakes.
Take part in The Big EPR Debate
The NHS is once more being urged to implement electronic patient records as the foundation for paperless working – and it’s time for EHI readers to shape the way forward.