During the pandemic there’s been discussions on GP burnout being linked to an increase in digital services, but how has technology impacted GPs workload?
Our roundup features Hospital at Night being introduced at University Hospitals Plymouth and the Royal Wolverhampton extending its partnership with Babylon.
Two mental health wards run by Central and North West London have gone live with an electronic prescribing and medicines administration system from TPP.
Allocate has announced that TPP is the latest partner to join its ‘connect programme’ which aims to help create more connected and interoperable care.
From putting patients at the heart of connected care to how the NHS has worked with tech giants – there is plenty to listen to during day three of Rewired.
The EPR aims to enables secure sharing of data that allows for more comprehensive, consistent and well-informed patient care, TPP said in a statement.
The first of its kind trial at Dorset County Hospital saw more than 4,000 structured FHIR messages sent to four GP practices.
This months industry round-up features news that the use NHS Digital’s e-prescription service has increased during Covid-19.
Text and telephone consultations proved more popular than video consultations, which providers put down to video being newer and therefore less familiar.
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NHS Trusts covering Surrey, North East Hampshire, and Leicestershire have recently adopted TPP’s eObs platform making patient observations more accurate.